MetLife employees help provide shelter to those in need

PITCHING IN: MetLife employees Haley Cuddy, left, senior marketing research consultant, and Tim Bowen, assistant vice president, claims, work on a new house in Exeter for a project overseen by South County Habitat for Humanity.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
PITCHING IN: MetLife employees Haley Cuddy, left, senior marketing research consultant, and Tim Bowen, assistant vice president, claims, work on a new house in Exeter for a project overseen by South County Habitat for Humanity.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
ONE NAIL AT A TIME, one piece of plywood at a time, the Washington County community comes together for one common goal: Help those less fortunate have a roof over their heads. For close to 30 years, the South County Habitat for Humanity, based in Charlestown, has provided such homes with the help of local…

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