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Gary Boggs, center, his fiancé April Arguin and Jim Rogers, the Florida representative for Building Homes for Heroes, enjoy a laugh while checking out their new home Monday, Feb. 4, 2013 at the Villas at Greenwood Lake subdivision in Naples, Fla. U.S. Army Sgt. Boggs (Ret.) a returning veteran, was given a home through JPMorgan Chase partnered with Building Homes for Heroes. JPMorgan Chase is committed to awarding 1,000 mortgage-free homes to deserving veterans and their families by 2016. To date, the financial institution and its non-profit partners have awarded almost 400 homes. 'For the rest of my life I'm going to have a roof over my head,' Boggs said. 'I'm thankful for JPMorgan Chase and Building Home for Heroes -- it's been a godsend.'

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Corey Perrine/Staff Gary Boggs, center, his fiancé April Arguin and Jim Rogers, the Florida representative for Building Homes for Heroes, enjoy a laugh while checking out their new home Monday, Feb. 4, 2013 at the Villas at Greenwood Lake subdivision in Naples, Fla. U.S. Army Sgt. Boggs (Ret.) a returning veteran, was given a home through JPMorgan Chase partnered with Building Homes for Heroes. JPMorgan Chase is committed to awarding 1,000 mortgage-free homes to deserving veterans and their families by 2016. To date, the financial institution and its non-profit partners have awarded almost 400 homes. "For the rest of my life I'm going to have a roof over my head," Boggs said. "I'm thankful for JPMorgan Chase and Building Home for Heroes -- it's been a godsend."

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