Welcome Home Betcher Family
EyeSite Surveillance was proud to take part in the building an amazing home for U.S. Army Specialist Clifford Betcher, his wife Wynne and their son Grayson with Operation Finally Home, Beazer Homes, The Howard Hughes Corporation, and the Houston Texans and ambassador Richmond Webb along with Bridgeland and the Cypress communities. EyeSite Surveillance volunteered to provide 24 hour a day video construction site security, plus site video documentation free of charge for the life of the project.
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Betcher joined the Texas Army National Guard in 2005 as an Armor Crewman, serving for seven years. In 2006, he was deployed to Iraq where he served a 15-month tour of duty. Six months into his deployment, his convoy was attacked while out on a mission. A rocket-propelled grenade hit his Humvee, killing one of his fellow soldiers. Betcher sustained a traumatic brain injury from the force of the blast and PTSD soon followed. He received the Combat Action Badge, Army Commendation Medal along with several other commendations.
EyeSite Surveillance, Inc. salutes U.S. Army Specialist Clifford Betcher for his heroic service, and is proud to partner with Operation Finally Home and the many corporate sponsors, builder associations, builders, developers, individual contributors, and volunteers to help U.S. Army Specialist Clifford Betcher, his wife Wynne and their son Grayson to find a new start by addressing one of their most pressing needs – a home to call their own.