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Updated: 11/09/2013 08:00:01AM

Habitat follows trail of valor for veterans

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Veteran Morley "Moe" Schultz and his wife Kathy were the first Venice recipients of the Habitat for Humanity Legacy of Valor Veterans Repair Project.

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Venice High School's Color Guard presents the colors and leads the Pledge of Allegiance.

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Guests celebrate the completion of Habitat for Humanity's first Legacy of Valor Veteran's Repair Project Sept. 17 at 5041 Mimosa Road in Venice. The home belongs to Morley "Moe" and Kathy Schultz.

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Arch named for Operation Overlord at National D-Day Museum, Bedford, Va., represents the D-Day invasion of Omaha Beach -- code name for Normandy, France. Stripes above arch represent Allied Forces.

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Judy Wilcox, right, Habitat president, welcomes guests at the Habitat for Humanity's first Legacy of Valor Veteran's Repair Project celebration at the home of Kathy and Moe Schultz, front left. The Rev. Canon Christopher Gray, back left, and Kit McKeon, Venice city councilman and retired Major with the U.S. Army, look on.

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Kit McKeon, retired Major with the U.S. Army and Venice city councilman, speaks, while Judy Wilcox looks on.

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Linda Gould, retired Colonel with the U.S. Army and Legacy of Valor coordinator with The Patterson Foundation, prepares to speak while Judy Wilcox introduces her.

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Statuary at National D-Day Museum, Bedford, Va., represents the D-Day invasion at Normandy, France, June 6, 1944.

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Airplane at National D-Day Museum, Bedford, Va., represents the Allied Forces that participated in the D-Day invasion at Normandy, France.

By AUDREY BLACKWELL

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Kathy and Morley (“Moe”) Schultz are a gentle people.

Like many veteran families who have fallen on hard times, they live out their lives in quiet humility.

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