Wednesday’s Hero

This post was suggested by Cindy Theodore Harvey 78 years old from Mescalero Apache Reservation, New Mexico Theodore Harvey was only 19 when he enlisted in the Army in 1954. He served with honor for 17 years when was discharged in 1971. Then one day, 41 years later, a social worker at Mr. Harvey's care center ask him what happened to his medals. "I ...continue reading

Wednesday’s Hero

This Post Was Suggested By Cindy 2nd Lt. Hyman Markel 88th Division, 351st Infantry Regiment Hyla Merin grew up without a father and for a long time never knew why. Her mother never spoke about the Army officer who died before Hyla was born. The scraps of information she gathered from other relatives were hazy: 2nd Lt. Hyman Markel was a rabbi's ...continue reading

Wednesday’s Hero

This week's hero is a good one. Robert Cone is the second Cousin of Wednesday Hero's partner in crime, Greta. Robert S. Cone 85 years old from Delray Beach, Florida 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Surrounded by family, feted by a U.S. congressman and a Veterans of Foreign Wars color guard, one of the few surviving members ...continue reading

Wednesdays Hero

This Weeks Hero Was Suggested By Sunni Kay Ryan Rahe has been active in the Special Olympics since he was in Middle School. The now 25-year-old has won quite a few medals over the years, but not all of his medals are at his Tennessee home. Some of them have been sent, by Ryan, to soldiers fighting the War On Terror for "good luck".Jayne Rahe, Ryan's ...continue reading