Veteran reflections on Memorial Day

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Feb. 27, 2011, will always be a date Army Staff Sergeant Alex Dillmann will never forget. It is not only the day he became paralyzed in an improvised explosive device (IED) blast while serving in Afghanistan, it is also when he lost his friend and fellow Soldier Sergeant Kristopher J. Gould. Every Memorial Day, cities …

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Why we love HFOT moms

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The mothers in the HFOT family are really something special. Raising a child is a challenging yet rewarding endeavor, but HFOT moms often take on many other roles without complaint. The mothers of our Veterans went through every parent’s worst nightmare in witnessing their son or daughter endure severe injuries from service. These brave women …

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Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team breaks barriers

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  When someone experiences a severe injury, their first thoughts are whether or not they will be able to do the sports they love again. The players of the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team (WWAST) prove there are no restrictions post-injury, living by their motto: “life without a limb is limitless.” The team includes several …

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This is why we love our donors

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  As Valentine’s Day is a time to express affection to one another, we want to share our heartfelt gratitude to our valued donors. So, how much do we love you? Let us count the ways… You provide freedom: Once they receive the keys to their specially adapted home, HFOT home recipients regain the independence …

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Ways to show your love to Veterans this Valentine’s Day

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  Love is in the air! Although Valentine’s Day is billed as a holiday to celebrate with a special someone, it’s also a good time to show appreciation for others. So, this Feb. 14 when you’re showering your sweetheart with gifts, don’t forget to give some adoration to those who have protected and served our …

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