From November 10th to November 19th, TMF Spartans came together to serve their communities and continue the legacies of America's fallen heroes.
My Role Model: Brendan Looney, US Navy SEAL, KIA September 21st, 2010
Growing up, I thought my Dad was the meanest person ever. It felt like I spent a lot of my time being punished for something every day. As I got older and matured, I began to understand that he wasn’t punishing me.
What Legacy Means to Me: “This is the legacy I want to leave behind: As long as you are committed, dedicated, and truthful towards your goals, you will achieve your dreams.”
My mom was an elementary school teacher and military spouse for 26 years in the Air Force. She always put her family and her students before herself.
My Story_ On a cool, colorful evening during a brisk and breezy fall night in 2009, I became a Gold Star Spouse. In my arms was my husband, my soulmate, my childhood sweetheart and my military man.
My role model is Capt. Scott E. Craven, my son (USAFA ’02, Embry-Riddle Univ ’06). As much as I admired and respected Scott, I don’t think I really understood his life until after his passing in 2006.
Giving to the Travis Manion Foundation transforms the lives of Veterans, Families of the Fallen and helps create the next generation of leaders.
Giving to the Travis Manion Foundation transforms the lives of veterans, families of the fallen and helps create the next generation of leaders.
The Travis Manion Foundation has been proud to partner with CBS Radio for several years in the Philadelphia Region.