In Memory of Our Fallen
This page was created to honor the lives and legacies of service men and women we have met along our journey to ensuring all Veteran's have rights and are valued not just on the service field or the battle field but also on the home field.They remain with us in spirit and in service. May they rest in peace knowing we are still fighting the good fight.
Words of Inspiration
“Our debt to the heroic men and valiant women in the service of our country can never be repaid. They have earned our undying gratitude. America will never forget their sacrifices.”
– President Harry S. Truman
Consultant for Veteran's with Multiple Sclerosis
Highest rank: SFC
War/Conflicts: Desert Storm
Decorations: Meritorious service medal, National Defense Service Medal,
Southwest Asia Service Medal w/2 Bronze Stars
My most memorable experience was my role as a 91c licensed practical nurse in the US Army Reserves, at the 2290th Walter Reed Army Medical Center. It has been quite an experience for eight years. I was one of the first 91 c’s licensed practical nurses to get deployed from my reserve unit. I was separated from the small group of women, when I was assigned to Fort Jackson, SC. I was attached to the 15th Evacuation Hospital, Fort Polk, LA.
Revelation 21:4 - He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.
It is with heavy heart, I come to you, to inform you of the passing of Geri Davis. She is the sister of Ricky (deceased) and Anthony Davis, from the 1600 block of FT. DuPont Street. Please pray for Anthony Davis for he is now the only 1 left from his siblings and parents.