Leo Suitte, a nine-year volunteer at RHI, believes the organization “is the greatest thing going on in Henderson.”
RHI Coordinator Randolph Wilson “came to my church one night to tell us about Rebuilding Hope, and I knew that was for me,” Leo re-calls. “I got involved because I wanted to get out of the church walls and do some work.”
Leo, a retired Roses warehouse coordina-tor, said he lays bricks, pours cement and helps with whatever else needs to be done.
“I wish we could get more people to vol-unteer because of the need,” says Leo, a mem-ber of Saints Delight Church in Manson.
“When I am working with people, I ask if they have accepted Christ,” he says. “If I have to lead them, I give them the scriptures about ac-cepting Christ. I’ve had a lot of great experienc-es doing this. I love to pray for people, too.”
Leo is a deacon, Sunday school superin-tendent and usher at his church.
He and his wife, Dorothy, have four grown children and six grandchildren.
When he’s not busy at RHI, Leo enjoys golf, fishing and travelling.