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Living Legacies 11-Aug-2017

Joy met Col. Tom Manion on her way home from the gym nine years ago, shortly after the death of his son, Travis.

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Living Legacies 23-Apr-2017

What Legacy Means to Me: “If people remember me as someone that put others first and was a Man for Others…that would be the legacy I would like to have and that I strive to obtain.”

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Living Legacies 19-Apr-2017

My Role Model: Brendan Looney, US Navy SEAL, KIA September 21st, 2010

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Living Legacies 17-Apr-2017

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. 

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Living Legacies 14-Apr-2017

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.”

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Living Legacies 10-Apr-2017

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.

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Living Legacies 05-Apr-2017

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. 

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Living Legacies 03-Apr-2017

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.

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