A big thank you to members of BSA Troop #77. With Nick Morey’s leadership toward his Eagle Scout Project, members of the troop landscaped and installed a bench at the sidewalk between the nearby elementary school and Heritage Village.
Diana is an RN and one of our newest homeowners.
Diana is an RN and is working in a program mentoring and teaching first-time parents.
She raised her 4 children mostly as a single parent, always looking to God for his guidance strength wisdom and provision.
She is an active member of her home church and enjoys volunteering and serving there in many capacities.
She had been dreaming of and praying for a new home when she learned of TP in July of 2015.
She is elated and ecstatic that her dreams and prayers of home ownership are now a reality!
Dan spent 18 years serving as a missionary in Africa. Earlier he had worked with several congregations in Colorado, Oklahoma, and Texas. After his wife died, he renewed a friendship with Kholi, having met her years earlier in South Africa. At the time, Kholi, who was born in East London, was running a soup kitchen serving 362 school children. She had just graduated from a 2 year Bible College in East London. She was also working in a women’s prison doing Bible Studies. They were married in 2014.
The Huddleston’s are currently working with their church’s International Ministry serving students from UCO.
They applied for a Turning Point home because they need to live in Edmond where their church is located. Dan’s mother and sister live in Edmond. His mother was recently moved into a skilled nursing facility.