"Mark was very giving,” says Marlisa Bosworth, Mark’s wife. “When the opportunity came up for him to build a playhouse, it was really something he passionately wanted to do."
Jack Wilson the CEO for Smith County Habitat for Humanity says after Bosworth’s death around 15 habitat volunteers came together to work on the playhouse.
"They did a beautiful job and there was so much love that went into it, it was really touching,” says Marlisa Bosworth.
"Families are coming here because they are not safe at home,” says Lana Peacock, the center’s executive director. “While they are here this little house will just be one more thing to make their day and stay a little bit happier."