Veteran Testimonials

  • Michael Pompeo

    Michael Pompeo

    E5, United States Navy | 1990-1998
    Lancaster
    My dad served in Operation Desert Storm he was in amphibious special operations aboard the USS SAIPAN LHA-2 he served honorably for over 8 years until as he says" he had a bad day" . I asked him once why he served he said "So others can sleep at night "
  • Walter Casey Obremski

    Walter Casey Obremski

    Army | WW2
    My dad, Walter Casey Obremski, enlisted in the Army, at age 30, to fight in WW2. He landed on D-Day at Utah Beach and fought in all the major battles on his way to Germany. With only a 6th grade education, he taught me to be proud of our great country, loyal to the Constitution and to always vote. I had the honor of voting on my 18th birthday, the very first time 18 year olds could vote in 1972! I honor my dad for his service and also for defending my right to vote!
  • Madeline Zoldak

    Madeline Zoldak

  • FRANCIS E. WOODBURY

    FRANCIS E. WOODBURY

    PFC, U.S. ARMY | WWII
    NEW CARLISLE
  • Art Hirata

    Art Hirata

    Private, Army
    The US was truly the land of opportunity for him.
  • Howard L Barnum

    Howard L Barnum

    Private 1st Class, Army | WWII
    Sandusky
    So many men from my granddads era didn’t choose to defend our rights but did so whole heartedly anyways. With our fast paced lives today sometimes the right to vote is overlooked or even forgotten but I know I’m glad we live in a country that it is still our right and proudly practice every chance I get
  • GORDON L DORN

    GORDON L DORN

    army | 2 years
    michan
    he loved and was very proud of his service days
  • THOMAS M. WERNER

    THOMAS M. WERNER

    E-4, U S ARMY | 1966 - 1968
    Cincinnati was
    Tom graduated with me from Western Hills High in 1962. ✝️ KIA on ( 6/20/1968 ). We should all be grateful for his Sacrifice so we have the Freedom to Vote. 🇺🇸
  • Robert W. Fails

    Robert W. Fails

    E-8, United States Army | Active 1950-1953, Reserve 1954-1988
    Cincinnati
    My Fathers only complaint about his military service was, he got old and they asked his to resign. But he understood that made space for a younger man to advance. He was proud of his service, and I am proud of him. Deceased 2008
  • Francis Clover

    Francis Clover

    United States Marine Corps
    Columbus

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