Onscreen, Gary Sinise captivated his audience when he played the
depressed and disabled lieutenant in “Forrest Gump.” But truly, this actor is
a happy family man who has been married to the same woman for forty

Furthermore, he is generous to a fault. Sinise donated his house to a
physically challenged man. Gary Sinise is a real-life superhero who never
wears a cape but more of a smile.
The actor from “Forrest Gump” is a humanitarian obsessed with putting
smiles on the faces of war veterans, and in 2011, he founded the Gary
Sinise Foundation.
He recently gave a disabled army officer a home following an anniversary
celebration. Army Sgt. Christopher Kurtz, who lived in Adams, Tennessee,
is a 101st Airborne Division veteran who got wounded in warfare.
Consequently, his best option was to remain in a wheelchair. However,
Sinise’s foundation gifted him with a custom smart home following its
approval two years ago, improving his standard of living.
This new home was furnished with easy-to-reach countertops and shelves.
There is also a garage stuck with welding and crafting machinery from
Kurtz’s close friends from work.

The Sgt. was overwhelmed by the foundation’s gesture, and he admitted
that the home would allow him to offer help to others in need, as he would
work in the shop. According (https://www.upworthy.com/gary-sinesedisabled-veteran-homes?rebelltitem=1#rebelltitem1) to him:
He added (https://www.upworthy.com/gary-sinese-disabled-veteran-homes?
rebelltitem=1#rebelltitem1), “It’s a bit overwhelming sometimes when you
think about how much went into (building the house), how many people