Rob Ambrose, Joe Sclafani, Willis McGahee

Maryland Home Makeover helps Joe Sclafani, center, and his family with a home makeover as Sclafani is now a quadriplegic after spinal cord problems in October of 2009. Sclafani was a Loyola high school graduate and played football at Towson and was also a U.S. Marine. Ravens' running back <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008539" title="Willis McGahee" href="/topic/sports/football/willis-mcgahee-PESPT008539.topic">Willis McGahee</a> was on hand to help. Joe can only access 20 percent of his home by himself. With the help of the Partnership for Housing Foundation and the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100611000000" title="Harford County" href="/topic/us/maryland/harford-county-PLGEO100100611000000.topic">Harford County</a> Association of Realtors and the Willis McGahee Foundation, the Sclafani house will be renovated to fit his needs.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Lloyd Fox / September 21, 2010 )

Maryland Home Makeover helps Joe Sclafani, center, and his family with a home makeover as Sclafani is now a quadriplegic after spinal cord problems in October of 2009. Sclafani was a Loyola high school graduate and played football at Towson and was also a U.S. Marine. Ravens' running back Willis McGahee was on hand to help. Joe can only access 20 percent of his home by himself. With the help of the Partnership for Housing Foundation and the Harford County Association of Realtors and the Willis McGahee Foundation, the Sclafani house will be renovated to fit his needs.

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