In 1982, Hurveal, 61, fell out of a helicopter and broke his back during an Army training exercise in Hawaii. Hurveal served eight years in the Army before the incident left him permanently disabled.
But Hurveal’s disability and limited income doesn’t stop him from opening his home and heart to others. Having raised four children who are now grown, he just adopted two children, 8 and 10, after the siblings’ 42-year-old mother died in November 2018. His 31-year-old daughter and his 9-year-old granddaughter also live with him.
Hurveal said he lost his dear friend a day after her birthday on Nov. 5. Hurveal was the childrens’ godfather and took care of them for 1 1/2 years after their mother went through difficult times.
“She got them back for five months, and she fell into trouble and passed away,” Hurveal said.
Hurveal needed clothing and furniture assistance from The Mustard Seed for the children in his care.
“I did have some furniture but not all that I need to make the kids comfortable and feel like it’s their home,” he said. “This furniture will help my kids and I feel more comfortable. This service is a great blessing to us and all those helped.”
October 14, 2019
Join us Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019 from 4 p.m. – 6 p.m., at UNOde50 at Disney Springs for a shopping event to raise money for The Mustard Seed of Central Florida! View UNOde50’s latest collections of unique and beautiful jewelry while enjoying light refreshments. A portion of the proceeds from each pur… read more
October 14, 2019
For the month of November, each time a $2.50 reusable Community Bag is purchased at the Winn-Dixie store located at 340 S. SR 434 in Altamonte Springs, $1 will be donated to The Mustard Seed of Central Florida, unless otherwise directed by the customer through the Giving Tag. This is a great way to … read more