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Thomas J. Morris
Sergeant First Class (SFC), Army ( Ohio National Guard) | 16+ years and counting
The voice of each and every Ohioan is heard through voting. Midterm and Primary elections are where their volume is magnified by volumes to make change and create hope for generations to come. I vote because it’s my service and human right to be heard, so, I encourage you all to join me, in unison, at the polls!
Submitted by Thomas J. Morris on 3/12/2020
Master Sergeant , Air Force | 20 Years
I would like to vote in honor of my father who dedicated his life to the military most of his life. He was such a strong person who taught us so much about life and respecting others. He worked all his life to take care of his family.
Submitted by Ramona Ginn Valley on 3/12/2020
Anthony L. Malice
Sergeant, Army | 1969-1970
The only Woodstock my father knew was on an M16!
Submitted by Kyle Malice on 3/11/2020
Robert M. Alder
Private, Army | 1942-1944
My grandfather my hero
Submitted by Krystal Clemens on 3/11/2020
David Yanez, Sr.
My daddy, David, was a 1st generation American of Mexican heritage. He always stressed the importance of voting and made sure we knew it was an honor and privilege to be an American. I vote in his name and my heart always swells with pride as I cast my ballot.
Submitted by Yolanda Yanez on 3/10/2020
James M Haskins
Staff Seargent, Air Force | 1964 to 1970
James served 2 hours in Vietnam. He worked on Aircraft to make sure instruments were all working. Since leaving the Air Force he is serving in the VFW. He had held several offices. He helps his fellow Veterans, he promotes Veterans issues and Honors fallen Veterans by serving on the Honor Guard He attends many services for Veterans attends Conferences and National conventions. He really cares about his fellow Veterans. James is very active with his VFW POST and supports all activities. He attended the University of Michigan after serving his country. He helps place wteaths on Veterans graves as well as Flags on a regular basis no matter what the weather may be. I can say James is a true Veteran who really cares about his military brothers and sisters.
Submitted by Sue Haskins on 3/10/2020
cpl, us army | 1943-1945
d day and served in patton's troup across france
Submitted by wanda sue rohrbough on 3/10/2020
sgt, us army | ww1
he was proud to serve, we still have some of his kit. family is proud of his service
Submitted by paul k gorley on 3/10/2020
Raymond W. Knispel
Corpsman, Navy - USNR | Vietnam
My father joined the Navy and served also with the 5/3 Marines since he was a Corpsman. He recently passed away of Mantle Cell Lympomna which was determined to be an effect from the Agent Orange. January 6th 2020.
Submitted by MAUREEN COOPER on 3/10/2020
Richard H Zulch
Private, US Army--101st Airborne | Vietnam
Richard was in the US Army 101st Airborne and was deployed to Vietnam. He was instrumental in building the Bob Hope stage. He is dedicated to the veterans needs and fights for their rights.
Submitted by Gwenda Schroeder-Zulch on 3/10/2020
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