To kick off Rebuilding Together's new "Serving Those Who Serve" initiative, Countrywide Home Loans is paying the next two years of U.S. Army Sgt. Robert Bonner's mortgage payments.The gift will help Sgt. Bonner and his wife, who recently gave birth to the couple's fourth child, "through a transition most of us can't imagine," said Sandy Samuels, Countrywide's chief legal counsel and a senior managing director at the Calabasas, Calif.-based mortgage company. A medic -- and a Countrywide customer -- Sgt. Bonner lost both legs and suffered partial loss of his sight while serving in Iraq in 2004. Rebuilding Together is a volunteer organization that rehabs the houses of low-income families, and its new initiative will provide modification services to military personnel returning from the Middle East war zone with critical injuries. Countrywide can be found online at http://www.countrywide.com.

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