Reunited with my good friend and
"Battle Buddy " Jim Lish, KY State
American Legion Sergeant-At
Receiving the Keys a Brand New Van.
Mr Heaton Provided the Van for the Wounded Warrior Fundraining Tour.
A little Social at my Brother Jim's to
kick of the event.
Pictured here with the Super Talented
and Intellectual Talk Show Host Misty Thomas.
At the Wounded Warrior Transition
Unit (WTU) at Ft Knox, KY
The Men of the Wounded Warrior Tour
at the State Capital in Frankfurt.
L-R: Jim Lish, Dr Pete Trzop, "Gordy"
Ewell, and John Barton
Me with the Secretary of State of
the Commonwealth of Kentucky
the Honorable Alison Lundergan
The Honorable Secretary of State
with the Wounded Warrior Traveling
Post 31, Paducha, KY.
With American Legion Post 31 in
Paducha, KY. An AWESOME Post.
with Pat Settles the owner of the
Wooden Duck Entertainment Store
who generously let us make a
funraising stop there.
The Crew with "The Sons of Bardstown"
and Pat Settles, owner of the Wooden
Duck Entertainment Store.
Mr Robert Bryant, KY State
Senior Vice Comander, and myself.
with Barbra and Pete Trzop; Dr
Trzop's wonderful parents.
A Brother, Defender of Freedom and Wounded Warrior at a fundraiser for the Semper Fi Fund by the "Bands for Brothers"
Dr Trzop giving us the inside scoop.
Busy Signing Books...
Being presented the "Key to the City"
of Leitchfield, KY by the Honorable
Mayor William H. Thomason (Center).
KY State Officers are the "Best of
Jim with a very wonderful Lady Mrs
Lois Hall, who has raised thousands
of dollars for the Wounded Warriors
overseeing several projects herself.
The "Crew:" John, Jim, me and
At Legion Post 7 in Frankfurt for
Book signings. Joind by
representatives from the
Honorable KY Secretary of
Meeting wonderful people at Post 7.
...and more laughs.
In the News Studio with TV News
Reporter Brooke Katz and her Cameraman.
The Team with Reporter Brooke Katz.
My friend Felisha.
Anthony, Jim, April and John. Great
Signing Books at Legion Post 180.
Very Dear people I will always
with WDRB TV News Anchor Gilbert
Corsey. A super nice guy!
Jim and April, heroes in my eyes!
Thank You Kentucky for your
GenerousSupport of Our
Wounded Wariors and Veterans!