Nebraska Football Coach Builds Safe House for Wife, Dee

The Journal Star has reported that Nebraska football coach Mike Riley is building his wife a safe home free from chemical irritants that physically impact on her health:

‘”My wife (Dee) is really having trouble with the chemical sensitivity,” he said. “We moved stuff in there (the new house). But she can’t live there. It burns. It starts out with a rash, sore throat, headache …

“Every time she was in town and went back there to the house, it was bad. There’s nothing to it except for that. So, we’ve got another plan, which I’m kind of excited about. We have a couple possibilities for the short term downtown.”‘

After living in a house in Corvallis, Oregon State, they used chemicals that impacted on his wife, Dee’s health, “and started this whole process.”

‘After staying downtown in a condominium or apartment for a period, he said, the next stage would be to build a new home from scratch “with the correct material. That’s going to be the key.”

For now, the coach’s headquarters remain at the Embassy Suites downtown.’



You can read more about this story, here over at The Journal Star


Michellina Van Loder is a Professional Writer, Journalist and Blogger. This is where she shares her tales about trail blazing her way out of the Labyrinth of Chemical Sensitivities and Mould. This is also where you will find the latest Research on related topics.

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  1. sabrina029 says:

    Where do i find a husband like that? You sound like yours i pretty good also, building a house with you and all… it’s also good this story is in the media. Thanks :)


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