DALLAS, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A Marine veteran who has made it his mission to help other former service members, was a gifted a car.
Caliber Collision gave Josef Stazione of Allen a newly-restored 2015 Nissan Pathfinder as a show of appreciation.READ MORE: 'I Just Think It's A Bad Dream': Parent Reacts After Pregnant Mother Of 4 Killed On Texas Highway
“It’s really overwhelming, awesome thing they do here – unbelievably humbled,” said Stazione.
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Stazione spends countless hours on the road every day, meeting with veterans and working with the non-profit, Director of Wind Therapy for 22Kill to raise awareness and offer programs to combat suicide.
Before Friday, Stazione hadn’t owned a car for several years and had to rely on friends for transportation.
Technicians at its Dallas Non-Drive location volunteered personal hours to refurbish the vehicle for Stazione.MORE NEWS: Dak TD Pass To CeeDee Lifts Dallas Cowboys To 35-29 Overtime Win Over Patriots
Caliber Collision and its industry partners have donated nearly 350 cars valued at over $4.5 million to military service members, veterans, families and others in need of reliable transportation.