FORT HOOD — When Spc. Kellen Chunn, his wife Kimberly and their two children moved into their home shortly after Kellen returned from a deployment to South Korea, the family began noticing problems almost immediately: Especially with their 14-year-old daughter, who has brain cancer and often requires the use of a wheelchair.
“We didn’t even get a working stove until April of this year,” said Kimberly, who also requires a wheelchair after major back surgeries. “On Friday we called (maintenance) because the breaker panel has water and rust coming out, pouring down the wall. They sent a plumber because it was water related — he came in and just said there was nothing he could do because it was electric.”