Certificate of Appreciation

Jon Lunkwicz, VFW Post Commander presenting David Apperson with a
Certificate of Appreciation for 10,000 hours of Community Service

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Comment by Vets Helping Vets on November 19, 2012 at 3:28pm

:: It took many hours of dedication even though I am considered 100% disabled by the Social Security Administration as of 1 January 2005 but can still help others in some fashion or another -

Everyone can help; No matter the disability! If it is knitting blankets for veterans, talking to a vet on the phone, having lunch with a vet and most importantly ...

I learned even though it took 25 years after I returned from Korea to hear the words ... "thank you for your service" it is the nicest thing a veteran can hear on arrival home.

I am working on legislation with others to honor those who were on the DMZ from the time of the cease-fire and the last American off the Korean DMZ -

Honor them all with a medal of some type recognizing those who were KIA, WIA and/or served in the area of "constant fear" of being shot or blown up while serving within the DMZ.

David Apperson, Buccaneer for Life
1/32nd Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division

Vets Helping Vets (http://www.MYVETERAN.org)

Comment by Vets Helping Vets on November 19, 2012 at 3:29pm

:: Also see Buddy Poppy Award at http://veterans.ning.com/photo/buddy-poppy-award

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