The Chiricahua Apache Indians called this area Huachuca which means Thunder Mountain. Today, the area now serves as home to the U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence (USAICoE), U.S. Army’s Network Enterprise Technology Command, and the 111TH Military Intelligence Brigade and their various schoolhouses.
One of the two original two story barracks buildings from Fort Huachuca was purchased in 1979, dismantled, and transported to its current site. The numbered lumber was laid out in the neighboring field until the foundation for the Huachuca Hospitality House and garage were prepared. The barracks provided 95% of the wood necessary for the hospitality house and adjacent garage.
On March 28, 1982, the Huachuca Hospitality House was officially dedicated. The two-story stucco style building sits on donated land and occupies a spectacular and strategic location in the Huachuca Mountains. The house represents the answered prayers of the original Directors, Darl and Jan Goode, and has been a home away from home led by three successive directors and for tens of thousands of military members and their families. Nearly 40 years later, the HHH still stands as a testament to the Goode’s vision and God’s faithfulness.
The house still has the original aluminum roof and it is currently leaking.
The cost to re-roof the Huachuca Hospitality House, including the garage, is $37,655. As we repair the roof, if we discover any decking needs to be replaced, we may have additional expenses. The new roof will be 26ga “Classic Rib.”
We are grateful that a church has already partnered with us through a gift of $25,000 leaving a remaining balance of $12,655 for us to raise.
Thank you for considering partnering with us to maintain the Huachuca Hospitality House for years to come.