November 15, 2017
HBAR MEMBERS GIVE TALENT AND RESOURCES TO
CHILDHOOD CANCER SURVIVOR’S DREAM HOME MAKEOVER
Chesterfield County, VA – Members of the Home Building Association of Richmond (HBAR), in
partnership with ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation, unveiled a Dream Room Makeover for 12-
year-old Jonathan Fitzgerald who battled Neuroblastoma and has undergone two bone marrow
Just before the 2017 Thanksgiving holiday, Jonathan hopped on his school bus in the morning
and then returned home to a cool new place to hang-out, rest and recover.
Breese Romano of Cobblestone Development Group, and HBAR member, designed Jonathan’s
room makeover. Tim Stinson of Sound & Image Design, also HBAR member, donated a television
for Jonathan and his brother to play video games. HBAR members raised additional funds to
support the dream room makeover and gift cards for the family.
ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation is Central Virginia’s largest and most comprehensive provider
of support services for children with cancer and their families. ASK supports families from the
moment of diagnosis and is there through treatment and beyond. ASK provides services for
children with cancer through financial support for families, educational support for survivors
facing late effects, emotional support including just for fun events and so much more.
The Home Building Association of Richmond (HBAR) is a non-profit group, founded in 1946. For
its hundreds of members, we are much more than just a professional trade organization. HBAR
is a powerful voice for the homebuilding industry in the legislative, regulatory and political
arenas. By providing four key areas of service: advocacy, education, networking, and marketing,
we continue to help contribute to our members’ business and personal successes.
Special thanks to:
Breese and Josh Romano, Cobblestone Development Group
Tim Stinson, Sound & Image Design
Rusty Zielger & Mike Krickovic, Krickovic & Ziegler
Scott McNutt, Avico
To support HBAR’s Dream Room Makeover efforts for more childhood cancer patients and
survivors contact Danna Markland, email@example.com.