ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (FOX 13) - The Lifetime channel show "Military Makeover," which is dedicated to improving the homes and lives of military veterans, is set to unveil its latest work on a St. Petersburg, Florida home.
The show's host, Montel Williams will be at the home on Long Bayou Way North at 3 p.m. Saturday to show the Middleton family their made-over home.
Marine Maj. Aaron Middleton, his wife Holly and their four children moved to St. Pete from Ohio, but in the last year, the family has been struck by tragedy.
Their newborn son was diagnosed with holes in his lungs. Later in the year, their 5-year-old daughter, Scarlett died unexpectedly from an undiagnosed illness.
Meanwhile, their home was falling into disrepair.
That's when "Military Makeover" stepped in. Montel Williams, a decorated Naval officer with 22 years of service, helped launch the show to support veterans who need it most.
Filming began Jan. 20 and will ends with the reveal of the finished home on Saturday, Jan. 26. The public is invited to the reveal event to cheer on the "Military Makeover" team and the Middleton family.
The address is 6033 Long Bayou Way North, St. Petersburg, FL 33708.
The episode will the be the show's first of 2019.
After Scarlett's death, the Middletons created the charity Scarlett’s Sunshine with the goal of using random acts of kindness to induce spontaneous joy. For more information about Scarlett's Sunshine, visit www.scarlettssunshine.com.
Home Depot, LG Appliances and Goodman’s helped in the home's makeover.