StoryPoint Offers Veterans Model Project Program

June 27th, 2016

Brighton, MI – June 27, 2016 – StoryPoint Senior Living Company has established the Veterans Models Project at every community location, including their sister company – Independence Village.

The Veterans Model Project pays tribute to our local veterans whom are also residents from an Independence Village or StoryPoint community. Sean Tracy, Project Founder and Creator, makes a difference in the lives of residents by visiting them at their home, learning their stories, video-recording them and then he builds and gives the veterans replicas of planes, tanks, trucks or boats that were part of their military service as a way to thank them. “I think all vets have to be thanked,” said Tracy, 55, of Wixom. “It’s my way of thanking them. It’s the best way I know how. His goal is to build and give a free model to every veteran who wants one.

It’s a one-man-show when it comes to building the models; It can take anywhere from 20 to 300 hours to build a single model. So far, he’s handed out about 150+ of his special gifts.

Residents, family members and Independence Village employees are honored to share The Veterans Model Project with their communities – the generosity and sincerity is a true testament to the man who is honoring the brave veterans and the company that stands behind this important cause.

To learn more about the project, please visit:

Facebook Page: The Veterans Project


StoryPoint & Independence Village have over 35 years of experience developing and operating Senior Housing and operates close to 2,000 units of senior housing throughout the Midwest. StoryPoint & Independence Village  have ten locations in Michigan and two in Ohio, with three more in construction phase. Three of the Independence Village communities expanded their buildings in order to mirror the StoryPoint Model, being a full service senior care community. The company ranks in the top 25 largest senior residence operators and they are currently serving more than 2,000 seniors and families annually.

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