MADISON (WKOW) -- A veteran family in need of a hand received help from the Green and Gold Tuesday.
Adam Guess, a third generation veteran, wanted to remodel his bathroom shower to help make things easier for his daughter Anna, who has special needs.
To make that wish come true, The Green Bay Packers and Tundraland Home Improvements teamed up to surprise Guess. They remodeled the bathroom to include a bigger shower, equipped with a seat and removable shower head.
Former Packer Mark Tauscher was able to help give the family not one surprise, but two. Tauscher showed up to help with the project.
"You come in and make this family's life a lot easier and better," Tauscher said. "I think that's a great thing."
Guess says the renovation will make life a lot easier for him and Anna.
"It'll be more comfortable for her, but for me it'll save my back," Guess said. "Giving her a shower is one of the harder things to do, and I'm not getting any younger here."
Paul Lukowski, Tundraland's Director of Sales, says the company looks forward to the moments they can give back.
"[It's] very rewarding, we get to build people's dreams," Lukowski said. "When it comes to this type of work for us, what we're trying to do is basically change the world by doing one good thing at a time."
Packers Hall of Famer Leroy Butler and Tundraland also provided a free bathroom makeover to a veteran widow in De Pere.