In July, Soiree magazine wrote a wonderful story on Habitat board member and HYP leader, Jennifer Corbin. Her father, the late Justice Donald Corbin, instilled in Jennifer a servant's heart. We're thankful for her hard work and we're thrilled that the funds raised at ReStore & After 2017 will be applied to the Justice Donald Corbin house.
We know that the homeowner will carry the spirit of servanthood with him or her, just the way Justice Corbin and his family would have it.
The original story is published here: http://www.littlerocksoiree.com/post/117629/jennifer-corbin-follows-fathers-footsteps-through-habitat-for-humanity
From Soiree's article written by Lydia McAllister: Little Rock native Jennifer Corbin knows a thing or two about helping people. In fact, she’s centered her life around public service thanks to values instilled in her from a young age. She remembers her dad, the late Justice Donald L. Corbin, reminding her as a five-year-old to be considerate — words she’s laid at the foundation of her work.
Standing in heels atop what will soon be a family’s forever home, she radiates joy from her ear-to-ear smile, despite the stifling late-May Arkansas heat. Living that “be considerate” mantra her father taught her as such a young age, the 32-year-old is a member of the board of directors for Habitat for Humanity of Central Arkansas. She also followed in her parents’ footsteps to become an attorney and now works for the prosecuting attorney’s office in the 6th judicial district for Larry Jegley.
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