Finnley Swan’s Family
On December 17, Veterans United Home Loans surprised Army veteran Brandon Swan and his family, whose newborn son Finnley is receiving critical medical care for a heart condition, and other families staying at the Ronald McDonald House near Advocate Children’s Hospital with a spectacular winter wonderland lights display and visit from Santa on a horse-drawn sleigh.
Finnley was born in August with a heart condition that required emergency surgery. To be close to their son, Brandon and his wife, Taylor, have been staying at the Ronald McDonald House near Advocate Children’s Hospital and plan to be there until Finnley is ready to go home.
Brandon Swan and his family were also surprised to be one of 11 recipients of Veterans United Home Loans #MakeItMeanMore campaign and have their mortgage paid off by the organization. The Swans closed on a new home in September, but have yet to move in due to Finnley’s hospital stay.
Thank you Veterans United for brightening the Swan family’s holiday season as well as families staying at the Ronald McDonald House!
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