Ethan Minshull, a litigation attorney with Wick Phillips, has been an integral part of the Dallas Bar Association’s Home Project, leading the project as co-chair for the past two years. This is the 25th year that the DBA Home Project has worked with Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity to build a home for low-income families. The DBA is the longest running whole-house sponsor in Dallas. To mark this special anniversary, DBA President Jerry Alexander partnered with AT&T to sponsor and build two homes for deserving Dallas families.
“We are proud to have such an outstanding person be a part of our firm,” Bryan Wick, founding partner of Wick Phillips, said. “Ethan is a role model for the positive impact he has brought, and continues to bring to our community.”
This past Saturday, June 11, Ethan was on site for the Dedication Ceremonies, a special moment when the two families for whom these homes were built received their keys, and celebrated the path they took to realize their dreams of becoming homeowners. The volunteers, sponsors, and all involved with the organization and construction of the two homes mentioned the incredible amount of the work it took for this remarkable gift to their community. Ethan has been involved with the DBA’s Home Project for the past four years, and has served as co-chair for the past two, so this was an exceptional event for him.
“This was a red-letter day for the Home Project. It’s extremely satisfying to welcome two families into their homes, and to celebrate the DBA’s 25-year partnership with Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity. We’re lucky to have had President Alexander’s leadership, and are immensely thankful to AT&T, Al Ellis, and all of our committed volunteers for working so hard to make these homes happen.” stated Ethan.