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    Cosgrove family donates childhood homestead to Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity

    April 20th, 2021 Posted by Donation Announcement, Upcoming Events 0 thoughts on “Cosgrove family donates childhood homestead to Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity”

    (Pittston Twp., PA)-Joe and Sharon Cosgrove along with Joe’s brother, George, and George’s wife, Lynn, recently donated their childhood home to Habitat.

    On Saturday, Joe and Sharon toured the home that has been being restored since August to see the progress. Joe recalled, “The home was always a place where people felt welcome. It has a history of our ancestors taking in people and giving them a place of comfort, a place to share, a place to visit anytime they wished, even a place to live if they were in need.” Cosgrove added, “Our mom and dad instilled in us the duty to give back as repayment for all that has been given to us. The donation to Habitat was the best way we could honor their legacy and the history of this home. We hope the next occupants will be able to create a history just as rich, warm and welcoming as we have enjoyed.”

    “It’s so impressive what Habitat has done around the world, and now it’s done it in Pittston Twp.,” Cosgrove said.

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