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Appreciation Local officials express thanks to our nation’s military.

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Military Yearbook 2013 Honoring heroes S L ince the inception of our nation, citizens serving in the military, both overseas and at home, have vigilantly and bravely defended the liberties and freedoms on which this country was founded. The unwavering loyalty and sacrifices our veterans and their families have made for our country is the very reasons Americans are able to enjoy the freedoms and rights we cherish today. Our veterans and their families have honored their commitments to this nation, and whether it is disability, retirement, health and survivor benefits, employment and educational training or other issues important to veterans, we must ensure our veterans receive the benefits they were promised and have rightfully earned. But many veterans are forced to wait an unprecedented amount of time before their benefits claims are processed. According to a recent report released from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), the average wait time for veterans’ benefits claims is over 300 days. In the state of Ohio, I have heard stories from veterans who have had to wait nearly a year and a half for their claims to be processed. With over 800,000 veterans in Ohio, this is unacceptable — our veterans, in the state and throughout the nation, deserve better more efficient service from the VA. While the VA Rep. Bob LATTA and is aggressively pursuing a plan to significantly reduce the claims backlog, it is imperative that Congress continues to work with the VA to achieve the goal of processing all claims within 125 days, and to streamline the process to guarantee a system that is less frustrating and easier to navigate. During this tough economy, the unemployment rate among our veterans, particularly those veterans returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan, remains to be very troubling. While the national unemployment rate causes great concern for all Americans, recent unemployment reports released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed an alarming unemployment rate for Iraq- and Afghanistan-era veterans. As a member of the Congressional Veterans Jobs Caucus, I have worked toward providing common-sense solutions to remove the roadblocks for veterans who have already completed training and have the needed skills for jobs that utilize their military training. I was proud to support the Veterans Opportunity to Work to Hire Heroes Act, a comprehensive jobs package that included provisions to lower the rate of unemployment among our nation’s veterans. This bill was signed into law, and while some good strides have been made on the legislative side, we must continue to work to find widespread solutions that assist all veterans with the transition back to civilian life and empower them with the tools and resources they need to succeed. While our nation is coping with budget shortfalls, we cannot allow politics to get in the way of one of our fundamental responsibility to care for our veterans. I extend my gratitude and appreciation to all veterans who have answered the call of service to our great country and have fought to defend the values, liberties and freedoms that we as Americans hold so dear – they are true heroes for the sacrifices they and their families have made. However, honoring those who have served must be reflected in more than holidays and homecoming parades; it should be shown in our commitment to upholding our promise of veterans’ benefits and to caring for our wounded warriors and the families of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. O Rep. Bob Latta (R) is the U.S. Representative for Ohio’s 5th Congressional District. For more information, visit his website at latta.house.gov.

ast July, Editor in Chief Michael S. Miller and Toledo Free Press demonstrated trust in me and executed a vision I had. The original Military Yearbook concept evolved from my review of those local mug shot magazines, “publications” that exploit personal problems for monetary gains. When I heard about the commercial success those rags generate, I wanted to show the power of print, but I wanted to do so in a positive way. Instead of showcasing thugs with rap sheets, why not honor those who deserve it most, the men and women of the Armed Forces? My goal for the Military Yearbook was to create a keepsake for and a thank you to all those families n The telegram my grandfather, Merlin “Pete” Zunk, carwho make sacrifices. I have never been so proud to have my ried in his wallet during his entire service, notifying him name published on a piece of paper as I am with this. he had a baby girl. My great-grandfather sent it to him. “The Army would make you dig a hole 6 feet deep, and then have you fill it,” is one of the recurring stories I was told by my grandfather, Merlin “Pete” Zunk. He used the time in the Army gave him a strong story as my introduction into the workforce. I was to do voice, one he earned. These conversawhat I was told, the boss is your boss and you follow orders tions have taught me to not just have an opinion, but a passionate belief. Pete — a lesson I have yet to learn. I did not serve in the military. My grandfather is the has been the best lifelong political adviser and teacher I never closest relative I have who has. In 1953, on his asked for. 20th birthday, he received his draft notice and My grandfather eventually became a corporal in the infantry. spent his entire 21st His sacrifices included leaving his bride of 160 ZUNK year abroad, marching days for two years and missing the birth of his and digging holes, all in first child, finally meeting her 15 months later. the name of service to our country. During My Aunt Cindy turned 60 this year. that time, with a shovel in his hand, he discovHis years abroad were spent in Gerered how important family is. Every step he many, although thankfully not during war. marched and each scoop of dirt he removed Pete would write countless postcards to my brought him closer to home. I have never once Grandma JoAnn that would take months thanked him for his service; it has just never to arrive. She would answer him every time Jeremy BAUMHOWER come up. He doesn’t walk in parades, doesn’t with updates about their newborn daughter, hang out at the VFW and there are no pictures of him in his family and their friends. To put this into perspective: How many times are you an- uniform hanging on his walls. He did what he was asked to noyed when you send a text to your significant other and do not do, kept his mouth shut and continued with his life. Yet without his two years of sacrifice, this column would get an immediate response? My grandparents’ “text messages” took weeks to deliver and weeks for a response. They’ve been never have happened and I would be a much different person. He has demonstrated every day of my life what it married for 60 years. Somewhere there is a lesson in that. The only other things I know about Pete’s time in the takes to be a man and how to love your family. Every name and face featured in this Military Yearbook service are that he never fired his weapon with intent to kill and somehow the government never paid him the proper has a story and a sacrifice behind it. I would encourage amount for his duty overseas. He has always stated he was every reader to learn about at least one. There is so much paid cash monthly while abroad and because his last named knowledge and so many life lessons to be gained by enstarted with the letter “Z,” he never received what was gaging those who have served our country. To each and every one of you who has served this great promised, but got paid whatever was left. However, Pete is nation, may I send my deepest thanks. one of the lucky ones. He came home. To my grandfather Pete: Thank you for your service. My written voice reflects the product of my grandpa’s sacrifice. From the time I was a child there has always been You and your service gave me my voice. Happy Fourth of July! O an ongoing conversation about war, politics and civic duties during his visits. From unions to race to Toledo politics, no topic was ever forbidden, no opinion ever spared. Pete’s Follow Jeremy Baumhower on Twitter @jeremytheproduc. Thomas F. Pounds, President/Publisher tpounds@toledofreepress.com

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Sequestration: World War II fighter pilot’s Unfair to military nose-dive takes romantic turn

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ince 2005 it has been my great defense cut will be dwarfed by cuts privilege to serve on the House looming in the coming years. Sequestration means equipment Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense, which is responsible for and facilities are not being properly maintained. It means severe cutbacks funding our Armed Forces. in training. Army In today’s world, training rotations will be our military must be canceled as the service both muscular and branches ponder the flexible. As Secretary elimination of training of Defense Chuck altogether. As one genHagel said recently, eral put it, we are con“Even as the military suming our readiness. emerges and recovers Sequestration from more than a demeans a painful $2.6 cade of sustained conbillion reduction to the flict in Iraq and Afghanistan, it confronts Rep. Marcy KAPTUR TRICARE program that provides medical an array of complex care for our troops threats,” including their families. violent extremism, Sequestration andOur nation’s proliferation of dandefense industrial gerous weapons and has locked down base is also affected regional conflicts. sequestration’s Our military uniformly across all by indiscriminate cuts, faces increasingly are devascomplex challenges, federal departments which tating to manufacbut Congress reregions such sponds with an with no thought turing as northern Ohio. increasingly inthat proadequate funding to the harm to our ... companies vide material for our policy. The sequesare finding tration law — a budoverall economy.” military it difficult, if not imgetary “doomsday possible, to make efmachine” that I opposed — has made meeting those fective business plans amid so much responsibilities exceedingly difficult unpredictability and uncertainty. For some companies, it could mean and perhaps impossible. Just as job growth is picking up the difference between surviving and and the deficit is , the counterpro- failing. At a time of great technological ductive strategy of sequestration has locked down uniformly across all achievement, sequestration is the federal departments with no thought legislative equivalent of a dumb to the harm to our employment situ- bomb, destroying everything around it. All in all, sequestration means we ation and overall economy. Austan Goolsbee, an economics force our troops and commanders to professor at the University of Chi- do more with less and without guidecago, stated: “Sequestration will have lines to do it. This cynical political a noticeable hit on the growth rate device is unfair to our military and of between 0.5 and 0.9 percentage unwise for our nation. In a dangerous world, we must points. That won’t put us in a recession but it will definitely slow im- develop a defense budget that provements to unemployment and meets the needs of our troops, improves our national security and the job market.” In terms of national security, se- provides sustainability for our dequestration poses a clear and present fense industrial base. Surely that danger to our military readiness. We is not too much to ask of our conhave already seen 80,000 destructive gressional leaders. O furloughs take effect at such vital installations such as Wright-Patterson Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D) is the U.S. Representative for Ohio’s 9th CongresAir Force Base outside Dayton. sional District. For more information, More furloughs are forthcoming. Moreover, this year’s $37 billion visit her website at kaptur.house.gov.

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s a child, it’s all I knew. Dad met my mother after he crashed his military fighter plane into Pépé Bergeron’s house in Groton, Conn. I didn’t think it was all that big of deal. After all, what does a 12-year-old boy know about how parents meet? I first remember hearing the story when my brother Larry showed me an old newspaper clipping stored in a cedar chest. There was a photo of dad and mother kissing, the same one that hung on the living room wall. The story was about dad, a Navy pilot, making a routine night flight from a Navy facility in Charlestown, R.I., on Oct. 19, 1944, as the U.S. was on the verge of winning World War II. Dad’s plane developed engine trouble and was going down. He could have ejected from the plane and let it crash. But he was flying over a populated area and decided to try to navigate the plane over the Thames River to avoid crashing into an area where people lived. He couldn’t make it to the river. At the last minute, he had to choose — hit a school building or aim for a parking lot. He chose the second option, which meant he was going to have to come in over a neighborhood of houses. Dad didn’t clear the final house. The Aug. 19, 1945, Sunday Mirror magazine reported: “Heading straight for the house of Mr. and Mrs. Philbert L. Bergeron, the plane sheared the roof off the two-story dwelling, ripped a blanket from the crib of a sleeping baby, showering the infant with debris, then crashed into a concrete school building. “The baby was 2-year-old Alma Norton, child of Bergeron’s other daughter, Mrs. Thomas Norton. It was barely scratched by falling plaster.” No one else was injured. However, dad suffered severe back injuries and the newspaper reported he was hospitalized for several months. Several months later, the Bergerons “decided they’d like to have a look at the young roof-buster,” 24-year-old William McCartney of Toledo, the newspaper reported. They sent him an invitation to a housewarming party, and on New Year’s Day 1945, my dad attended the party. As the clipping reported: “Lt. McCartney went into another nosedive. This time it was a romantic one, for he was introduced to Celia, 25, in her trim blue SPAR [Coast Guard] uniform. “The first time McCartney visited the Bergeron house, he came to apologize. The second and many successive times he came to court Celia,” — a name only her parents called her; everyone else knew my mother as Alice. “The romance had the same whirlwind qualities as McCartney’s derring-do intrusion onto the family for, in May, the lieutenant announced he would marry into the family.” On Oct. 19, 1971 — my senior year in high school — the Groton News published a follow-up story about the airplane crash 27 years earlier. The article reported that my mother laughed when she recalled the circumstances under which she met her husband. “I guess marriages are made in heaven — we have a good marriage and fine children. We’re proud of all 11 of them. And our 18-month-old grandson,” she said. Like all good stories, some of the little details have changed. The 1971 article reported the house had three floors, not two. The child in the crib was now 2 and 1/2 years old and had a scratch on her chin and a cut on her

Bill and ALice — 1945 wedding portrait forehead from the falling debris. Dad was hospitalized several weeks, not months. The school was undamaged except for a broken window and a fallen drainpipe — although it was closed for one day so the plane could be removed. However, I learned something from the 1971 article that I refused to accept as coincidence. It convinced me that my parents’ marriage was indeed something special. The students who attended Col. Ledyard School had to make up the day they missed on June 2, 1945 — the day of mother and dad’s wedding. Dad’s been gone 32 years; my mother’s been gone six. Today, as a 58-year-old almost-senior-citizen, I am acutely aware of how special that marriage was and how well they did raising their children. All 11 have been productive citizens. Eight graduated from college. Seven of the nine who married have enjoyed strong, loving marriages — something they learned growing up as Bill and Alice’s children. The other two, of which I am one, screwed up their marriages on their own. And both those failed marriages saddened mother and dad deeply — almost as if it was their fault. None of Bill and Alice’s children went the big family route. When mother passed in 2006, seven of her children had given her 17 grandchildren. However, Bill and Alice’s 10 living children — Phil passed away last year — live their lives as testimony to what fell from the early morning skies 68 years ago. O John P. McCartney is a Toledo Free Press staff writer. Email him at jpmccartney@toledofreepress.com or contact him on Twitter @JohnPMcCartney

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Local officials thank service members, vets EDITOR’S NOTE: Toledo Free Press invited local elected officials to share their thoughts on the U.S. military. — Compiled by Bailey G. Dick

More appreciative We kicked off this summer celebrating veterans by bringing the traveling Vietnam War Memorial to Toledo. This weeklong tribute was an opportunity to meet those men and women who have served; hear their stories; shake BELL their hands, look them in the eyes and say “thank you.” The experience made me even more appreciative of the sacrifices our veterans from all wars have made to protect the freedoms we enjoy. I extend my thanks to those who are serving today around the globe and to all veterans who have made America the country it is. We will never forget your sacrifice, dedication and honor. O MIKE BELL, Mayor of Toledo

Service and sacrifice Nearly 900,000 veterans call Ohio home. My greatest privilege as the only Ohio senator to serve a full term on the Veterans’ Affairs Committee is helping to ensure that they receive the benefits and services they’ve earned. That’s why I joined a bipartisan group of senators in passing legislation that guarantees timely funding for the VA; establishes tax credits for BROWN employers that hire unemployed veterans; and establishes the largest increase in education funding for veterans since the GI Bill was passed after World War II. I’m also working to connect veterans with veterans’ service organizations to significantly decrease the VA backlog, and I’ve introduced legislation that would give veterans and their families a cost of living adjustment for disability benefits. Lucas County alone is home to thousands of retired and active duty military men and women. Toledo’s federally funded Community Based Outpatient Clinic is a state-of-the-art facility that honors those veterans by

protecting their health. As Co-Chair of the Senate Air Force Caucus, I’m also committed to preserving important work at Ohio’s military installations, including the 180th Fighter Wing in Swanton. As we celebrate July 4th, let’s all thank our service members, veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice that guarantees the freedom we all enjoy. O Sherrod Brown, U.S. Senator

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Freedom is not free; it never has been nor will it ever be. Our freedom is something that we Americans too often take for granted. After all, we are entitled to be free because we are Americans. The notion of entitlement is a comfortable mindset — after all, it is right and just! Let us “peel COLLINS the onion” and see where that leads us: Freedom of the press was not created by journalists; it was fought for and exists because of our military veterans. Freedom of religion was not created by a church, mosque or synagogue; it exists only because of our military veterans. Freedom of speech was not created by the executive, legislative or judicial branches of government; it exists because of the sacrifices of our military veterans. In fact, this list could continue but the consistent and only plausible response is freedom exists only because of our veterans. We must never take for granted the blood which has been shed by the brave men and women who have paid the price for the freedoms we enjoy today, yesterday and tomorrow continue. Semper Fi. O D. Michael Collins, Toledo City Council member and mayoral candidate

Admire and respect I don’t know that I can adequately express my appreciation for the men and women who serve and served our country. It is very sobering when I see the phrase: “All gave some, some gave all.” But I wonder how many of us on the outside looking in fully realize the

sacrifices that many of them make involving family, careers and emotions. Two members of our union have served multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan and our new associate pastor is a chaplain with the Ohio Army National Guard. As chaplain he has dealt with the trauma and grief that occurs in a hostile environment. There is no way I could ever sufficiently express my gratitude but hopefully our military personnel and veterans will accept this feeble attempt to let them know I admire and respect them and honor them as the ultimate in public servants. O Alan Cox, AFSCME Local 2058 president and mayoral candidate

Sincerest gratitude Happy Fourth of July! As we reflect with our families on the vision and dreams the Founding Fathers had for our nation, I want to offer my sincerest gratitude to the brave men and women who have and continue to serve our country. I am the proud sister of a service member. I understand the worries and LOPEZ concerns military families have and I want to thank them for all of the sacrifices they make toward the betterment of our country and the world we live in. If not for the dedication of the active members of our armed forces, the veterans that came before them and all of their families, we would not be the great nation we are today. I wish everyone a safe, peaceful and festive Independence Day. God bless America. O Anita Lopez, Lucas County Auditor and mayoral candidate

Appreciate sacrifices The Board of Lucas County Commissioners extends our warmest wishes to the local brave men and women of the armed forces as well as veterans who have served in the past. We appreciate the sacrifices they have made and continue to make to protect our freedom and to keep our country safe. In Lucas County, we continually work hard to honor our local servicemen and women, both past and present. Located at The Source Downtown, The Lucas County Veterans Service Commission delivers crucial services for our veterans in need by

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Proud and grateful Thanks to Toledo Free Press for this fine Military Yearbook issue. I am proud and grateful to the men and women who have served and currently serve in our armed forces. Their sacrifices over many generations have preserved our freedoms and kept us safe in our country and abroad. At my church, Holy Trinity Lutheran, each Sunday we pray for our troops as LUDEMAN a whole, named service men and women with a connection to our church, and for the veterans, especially those injured and in hospitals. I encourage all others to do the same. O Rob Ludeman, Toledo City Council

I’m thankful to the men and women of our military who allow us to have the freedoms we all enjoy. As , I will ensure that the city does all McNAMARA it can to support those who have served our great country. O Joe McNamara, Toledo City Council member and mayoral candidate

Reflect upon sacrifices We began our journey toward democracy 238 years ago when the American Revolution began, but without those who were willing to sacrifice their lives, we would have never won our independence. Today, just as many years ago, we owe our freedom and SARANTOU our continued independence to those who serve in our military. It is in my opinion important that as we approach this Fourth of July that we reflect on the history of our democracy. We should also reflect upon the sacrifices that were made for us to achieve what we have and what members of our armed forces have done for us past, present and future. O George Sarantou, Toledo City Council

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I write in the memory of my father, Robert, a World War II veteran of the United States Navy Construction Battalion (Seabees). He served in the Pacific theater as a young man, fresh from Altoona, Pa. My dad rarely talked about his experiences in the war, but I know his service left him with a lasting respect for the sanctity of human life and for the ideals of liberty and justice on which this country was founded. Thanks, Dad, for instilling in me the importance of public service and making every day count. And in his honor, thanks to all military veterans for your contributions to the American ideal of freedom. O Steve Steel, Toledo City Council

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Colleen Klausner, a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve, is exceptionally proud of her three sons. After all, they do take after her and her husband Kent, also a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve. Ed, 21, is a senior at the U.S. Naval Academy and wants to go into Marine aviation. “I just can’t say how proud I am,” Colleen said of her oldest child. Middle son Peter, 19, is a sophomore in Bowling Green State University’s ROTC program and a member of the Ohio National Guard. Peter was so committed to joining the military, he started basic training the summer between his junior and senior year of high school, Colleen said. “He was probably the baby of the group, but he’s tall,” Colleen said with a laugh. The youngest son, Sam, 16, plays for St. Francis de Sales High School’s quiz bowl team and plans to follow in Peter’s footsteps. “I don’t know if it’s me or Kent, my hubby, but they’re all very comfortable in their own skin,” Colleen said of her boys. Colleen said she and her husband, who live in Lambertville, Mich., didn’t actively push for their children to join the military, but that it happened naturally. “They just naturally gravitated toward military things, military movies; I go home and turn the TV on and it’s the Military.com channel,” Colleen said. Ed, who along with Peter was trekking across Europe on a summer adventure at press time, said in an email, “I was inspired by the challenge and adventure of a career in the military, particularly of a career as a Marine officer. My brother, Peter,

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says that he was inspired to join the military because of the knowledge and experience he would gain from no other organization.” Colleen, who works in the University of Toledo’s ROTC human resources department, joined ROTC as a freshman at Virginia Commonwealth University. Colleen met Kent, who works for a Chicago electric company and commutes on weekends, while they were on duty in Germany in 1987. Her father and Kent’s father were both naval officers as well. The hardest part of being in a military family is knowing your spouse is missing major events while he or she is on deployment, Colleen said. Both she and Kent were deployed to the Middle East on separate occasions. Ed wrote, “This made us stronger as a family because as brothers we had to help out each other when one parent was away.” He also said, “We are particularity proud of our Mom’s actions in Baghdad during Operation Iraqi Freedom, where she received a combat action badge and our Dad’s achievements during Desert Storm.” Colleen, who had been working in sales, was deployed to Baghdad in 2003 after going back into active duty. “I got a FedEx letter and within 24 hours, I was gone. It was just like that fast,” Colleen said, snapping her fingers. “It was really harder on Kent because all I had to do was take care of myself. He had to work and take care of the three boys and make sure things were fine at home,” she said. Colleen added that the community looked out for the family, leaving them lasagna on the porch and driving the boys to hockey practice. “When my husband was deployed, I never got the lasagna on the porch,” Colleen said with a chuckle. Colleen offers advice to ROTC stu-

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Enlisted January 1967. Basic training at Great Lakes Naval Training Center. Stationed San Diego, Calif., USS Hanson DD832. Deployed WesPac 1969-70, gunfire support for US infantry forces, plane guard, air sea rescue support US carrier group in the Tonkin Gulf. Discharged December 1970. God bless and watch over our troops.

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Graduated second in his platoon from basic training in May 2012. Successfully completed Airborne School and now stationed at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage, Alaska, with B Company, 3rd Battalion, 509th Infantry, 4th Brigade, 25th Infantry Division. Good Luck, Austin. We are so very proud of you.

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My baby brother enlisted in the Army in 2011. He was with me when I was notified of my husband Sgt. Arthur Mora’s death in Iraq in 2005. We have a great bond and I miss him more than anything now that he’s in the Army. You can imagine my heartache when he made the decision to serve his country. This was his decision though and we as a family support him wholeheartedly. In September 2011, he deployed to Iraq supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom and was out of country for the rest of 2011. When he came home, I finally got my welcome home hug that I was deprived of back in 2005, and it was amazing! Currently, he is stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, as a military police officer.

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Since graduating from West Point in May 2007, Steven has proudly served as an armor officer in Iraq, Germany and Afghanistan, where he was awarded the Bronze Star. He is currently serving in South Korea, where he was instrumental in organizing Cobra Gold joint training exercises with American, Korean and Thai armies. On June 14, he was honored to take over command of C Company, 2nd Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team. Congratulations! Best wishes and God bless you as you continue your Army career.

Commissioned an officer in March 2009, Casie is a 2012 Army/Baylor doctorate of physical therapy graduate. While interning at Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas, she earned recognition for assisting the 41st Fires Brigade with injury surveillance. She is currently stationed at Fort Knox, Ky., where she provides care to soldiers, their dependents and military retirees at Ireland Regional Army Community Hospital. She also serves as the RPL e for MEDDAC at Fort Knox. Best wishes and God bless you and those in your care throughout your Army career.

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2013 Veterans/Military Resource Guide

RECRUITMENT OFFICES: O U.S. Army, Navy, Marine and Air Force Recruitment 4925 Jackman Road Toledo, OH 43613 Army: (419) 292-0358 Navy: (419) 475-1561 Marine: (419) 292-0388 Air Force: (419) 480-1104 O U.S. Air Force/Marines Recruitment 522 S. Reynolds Road Toledo, OH 45615 (419) 531-7385

OFFICES: O American Red Cross Emergency Services 3100 W. Central Ave. Toledo, OH 43606 (419) 329-2900 redcrosstoledo.org

O AmVets Career Center Herzing University 5212 Hill Ave. Toledo, OH 43615 419-776-0300 ext. 131 amvetscareercenter.org

O Lutheran Social Services 2149 Collingwood Blvd. Toledo, OH 43620 (419) 243-9178 • lssnwo.org

O Military Injury Relief Fund (888) 296-7541 • jfs.ohio.gov/ veterans/new/mirf.stm O Ohio Benefit Bank (800) 648-1176 ohiobenefits.org O Ohio Department of Veterans Services 77 S. High St., 7th Floor Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 644-0898 • dvs.ohio.gov

O U.S. Army Recruitment 551 S. Reynolds Road Toledo, OH 45615 (419) 531-3515

O Area Office on Aging 2155 Arlington Ave. Toledo, OH 43609 (419) 382-0624 areaofficeonaging.com

O U.S. Marine Recruitment 522 S. Reynolds Road Toledo, OH 45615 (419) 531-0353

O Bowling Green AmVets 1045 N Main St., Ste. B Bowling Green, OH 43402 (419) 352-4800

O U.S. Navy Recruitment 557 S. Reynolds Road Toledo, OH 43615 (419) 531-7615

O Disabled American Veterans dav.org

O Ohio Veterans Career Assistance Network (614) 431-6990 ohiovetscan.com

O FOCUS Homeless Services 2283 Ashland Ave. Toledo, OH 43620 (419) 244-2175 focustoledo.org

O The Source 1301 Monroe St. Toledo, OH 43604 (419) 213-JOBS (5627) thesourcenwo.com

O Ohio Air National Guard 2660 S. Eber Road Swanton, OH 43558 (800) 495-4250

O Lucas Metropolitan Housing Central Office 211 S. Byrne Road Toledo, OH 43615 (419) 259-9448 lucasmha.org

O Toledo AmVets 4133 N. Summit St. Toledo, OH 43611 (419) 726-0724 amvets.org

O Naval Reserve Recruitment 28828 Glenwood Road Perrysburg, OH 43551 (419) 661-1321

O Lucas County Veterans Service Commission 1301 Monroe St., Suite 180 Toledo, OH 43604 (419) 213-6090

O Army National Guard Recruitment 925 Research Drive Toledo, OH 43614 (800) 464-8273

O Ohio Heroes Program (888) 362-6432 ohiohome.org/homebuyer. faqs.aspx

O Toledo / Lucas County Homelessness Board 1946 N. 13th St. Toledo, OH 43604 (419) 244-9440 endinghomelessnesstoledo.org

O Troops to Teachers (888) 387-6446 Troopstoteachers.ohio.gov

O Military Service Center (419) 530-1392 Utoledo.edu/CALL/Military

O United Way Greater Toledo 424 Jackson St. Toledo, OH 43604 (419) 248-2424/Emergency 2-1-1 unitedwaytoledo.org

O Ohio GI Promise (877) 838-7641 ohiohighered.org/veterans

O United Way of Wood County 1616 E. Wooster St., Unit 25 Bowling Green, OH 43402 (419) 352-2390

O Ohio National Guard Scholarship Program (888) 400-6484 ongsp.org

O Veterans Affairs Healthcare System annarbor.va.gov

O Ohio Safety Officers College Memorial Fund (614) 752-9535 ohiohighered.org/ safety-officers-college-fund

O Community Based Outpatient Clinic 1200 S. Detroit Ave. Toledo, OH 43614 (419) 259-2000

O Ohio War Orphans Scholarship (800) 233-6734 ohiohighered.org/ ohio-war-orphans

O Vet Center of NW Ohio 1565 S. Byrne Road Toledo, OH 43614 (419) 213-7533

O Owens Community College Veterans Services (567) 661-VETS (8387) www.owens.edu/veterans index.html

O Wood County Veterans Assistance Center 1616 E. Wooster St., Unit 22 Bowling Green, OH 43402 (419) 354-9147 FOR STUDENTS: O GI Bill (888) 442-4551 gibill.va.gov O Lourdes University 6832 Convent Blvd. Sylvania, OH 43560 (419) 824-3732 lourdes.edu/Home/ Admissions/Undergraduate/ Veterans.aspx

Markus Johnson is proud to announce the Grand Opening — of his new Allstate Office — Contact me today to learn more or to set up a personal one on one meeting.

O University of Toledo Military Service Center Main Campus Rocket Hall Room 1529 Toledo, OH 43606 (419) 530-1392 utoledo.edu/call/military OTHER RESOURCES: O 1Matters: Veterans Matter (800) 361-8387 1matters.org O American Legion (800) 433-3318 legion.org

O St. Paul’s Community Center Veterans Representative Payee Program (419) 601-5658 stpaulscommunitycenter.org O The Arms Forces P.O. Box 981 Maumee, OH 43537 thearmsforces.org O Blue Star Mothers of America bluestarmothers.org O Flat Daddies (855) 206-8810 flatdaddies.com O Heroes in Action P.O. Box 352046 Toledo, OH 43635 heroesinaction.org O Honor Flight P.O. Box 23018 Toledo, OH 43623 honorflightnwo.org O USO (888) 484-3876 uso.org O Wounded Warrior Project (877) TEAM-WWP (832-6997) woundedwarriorproject.org O Veterans Crisis Line (800) 273-8255 veteranscrisisline.net O Veterans of Foreign Wars (614) 224-1838 • vfw.org — Compiled by Brigitta Burks and Evan Brune

Thank you.

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OpLove captures emotional moments for military families

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met Ohioan Stephanie Strickfaden in December. The soon-to-beTexan was overweight and missing her husband, Chad, who was deployed in Afghanistan. In the next six months, she lost 50 pounds and wanted her husband to see it. Through Operation Love Reunited, the new Strickfaden has been revealed to her husband. “With my husband Brandi deployed this year, we were unable to celebrate our wedding anniversary. Mail has been ordered to stop so I couldn’t send him anything. This became the perfect opportunity to take advantage of OpLove,” Strickfaden said. Strickfaden normally doesn’t like to be photographed, but her OpLove photographer, Karen Menyhart, made her feel comfortable. “She gave my husband and I an

unforgettable gift and at her own expense. It was a wonderful experience,” Strickfaden said. OpLove is a nonprofit that offers free professional photography sessions to military families. Menyhart got involved in OpLove because she was looking for a way to give back as a photographer. She applied and was accepted. Normally, BARHITE OpLove photographers send the photos overseas, but the timing of this photo session and the no-mail order made an online gallery better for Chad. Each participating family or member may receive two sessions per year, according to the OpLove website. The session choices are pre-deployment, saying goodbye, already deployed and homecoming. The photographer donates all services (shooting,

editing, the album and postage). Menyhart will be doing a homecoming shoot in 2014. Those are special because family members sometimes forget to take pictures when they are wrapped up in their emotions, she said. OpLove photographers can capture the home-

coming as it unfolds. “It is really cool. I am excited to do it. It is a nice, neat way to give back,” Menyhart said. Since OpLove was founded in 2006, there have been 10,000 clients in the United States, she said. “We do have photographers in

every state, except a couple New England states, but we have nearby photographers that travel to cover those few,” she wrote in an email. To get involved in OpLove, visit www.oplove.org/blog. To view Karen Menyhart’s photos, visit www.karen menyhartphotography.com. O

2013 fireworks schedule June 29 O Swanton: Swanton High School at dark July 3 O Bowling Green: BGSU intramural fields directly West of Doyt Perry Stadium at around 9:45 to 10 p.m O Defiance: Kingsbury Park at dusk O Findlay: Hancock County Fairgrounds at dusk O Hillsdale: Hillsdale county fairgrounds at dark O Monroe: Sterling State Park O Perrysburg and Maumee: From Maumee Perrysburg bridge at dark O Sylvania: Centennial Terrace at dark, around 10 p.m. July 4 O Toledo: Fifth Third Field a Mud Hens game O Toledo: Promenade and International Parks at 10 p.m. O Cedar Point: 10:15-10:30 p.m. O Fostoria: Foundation Park at dusk O Lakeside: Off of the docks over the lake at 9:45 p.m. O Napoleon: Glenwood Park at approximately 10 p.m. O Port Clinton: Waterworks Park at dark O Put-in-Bay: The lake off Perry’s Victory Monument at dark O Oak Harbor: The Bay at Windjammer Park at dark July 5 O Toledo: Fifth Third Field Aafter Mud Hens game O Clyde: Clyde reservoir at dark O Manitou Beach : The Sand Bar on Devils Lake July 6 O Toledo: Fifth Third Field After Mud Hens Game O Oregon: Oak Shade Grove 3624 Seaman Road O Woodville: Marker Park at dark O Luna Pier: Clyde Evans Pier July 7 O Toledo: Fifth Third Field after Mud Hens game — Compiled by Casey Harper

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Stabbing,  Shooting  or  Burning  Pain?   Northwest  Ohio  Research  Center  is  conducting  a  clinical  research  study  to  evaluate  the   effectiveness  and  safety  of  an  investigational  medication  for  Post-­‐Traumatic   Neuropathic  Pain.    Neuropathic  (nerve)  pain  is  often  reported  as  a  stabbing,  shooting  or   burning  type  pain.  Your  participation  in  this  study  may  or  may  not  help  your  pain.     To  qualify,  you  must  meet  the  following  as  well  as  other  study  criteria:    ●  You  must  be  at  least  18  years  of  age    ●  Have  had  chronic  neuropathic  pain  for  at  least  6  months  after  a  physical  trauma                  (burn,  fall,  motor  vehicle  accident,  sports  injury  etc.)  or  surgery                   If  you  do  qualify  to  participate  and  choose  to  do  so,  involvement  would  be  for  about  17   weeks  and  would  include  up  to  7  visits  to  the  study  center.  Study  medication  (or  inactive   placebo),  and  study  related  care  will  be  provided  at  no  cost.    Reimbursement  for  study-­‐ related  expenses  may  be  available  to  qualified  participants.      

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Fire Systems Testing, Inspections and Maintenance RFP #13-R011 Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority (LMHA) will receive proposals for Fire Systems Testing, Inspections and Maintenance. Received in accordance with law until Tues., July 23, 2013, 3PM ET. PreProposal Conf., Tues., July 9, 2013, 3PM ET (425 Nebraska Ave.). For Documents: www. lucasmha.org, 435 Nebraska Ave., Toledo, OH 43604 or 419-259-9438 (TRS: Dial 711). Proposers required to meet Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity requirements as described in Executive Order #11246. Sec. 3 Compliance Applicable.

Request for Proposals

Elevator Maintenance and Repair Services Authority-Wide RFP #13-R012 Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority (LMHA) will receive proposals for Elevator Maintenance and Repair Svcs. Authority-Wide. Received in accordance with law until Wednesday, July 10, 2013, 12PM ET. For Documents: www. lucasmha.org, 435 Nebraska Ave., Toledo, OH 43604 or 419-259-9438 (TRS: Dial 711). Proposers required to meet Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity requirements as described in Executive Order #11246. Sec. 3 Compliance Applicable.

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(OAC 3301-39-03 SECTION A [8]) The Governing board of the St. Pius X School located at 2950 Ilger Ave. in Toledo, Ohio 43606 has adopted the following racial nondiscriminatory policies. The St. Pius X school recruits and admits students of any race, color or ethnic origin to all its rights, privileges, programs and activities. In addition, the school will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs. The St. Pius X school will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or ethnic origin in the hiring of its certified or non-certified personnel. Any persons having knowledge of racial discriminatory practices on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment, scholarship and loan programs, and athletics and other school administered programs should contact the Ohio Department of Education, Quality School Choice and Funding, Non public Educational Options Programs, 25 South Front Street, Mail Stop 309, Columbus, Ohio 43215.

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SEALED PROPOSALS for bidding on Side Cut Metropark Trail Stabilization, Maumee, Ohio will be received; opened; and read aloud at the Metropolitan Park District of the Toledo Area, Fallen Timbers Field Office, 6101 Fallen Timbers Lane, Maumee, Ohio 43537 Friday, July 12, at 3:00 p.m. local time. THE SCOPE OF WORK consists of trail improvements along a half-mile of river-trail. General construction includes excavation, aggregate base, geotextile, riprap, storm drainage, pavement, restoration seeding & mulch. Bidders may obtain copies of plans, specifications, contract documents and plan-holder’s list through Newfax Corporation, 333 West Woodruff, Toledo, Ohio 43604 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (check made payable to Newfax Corporation) or via the Newfax Digital Plan Room at www.newfaxcorp.com. Newfax can be contacted at 419-241-5157 or 800-877-5157. A non-refundable fee of $20 is required for each set of documents obtained. For additional information, please contact Jon Zvanovec @ 419-3609184, jon.zvanovec@metroparkstoledo.com. EACH BIDDER MUST FURNISH either (1) a bond for the full amount of the bid or (2) a certified check, cashier’s check or irrevocable letter of credit in an amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the bid with its bid. The successful bidder must furnish a 100 percent (100%) Performance Bond and a 100 percent (100%) Labor and Materials Bond. No bidder may withdraw its bid within thirty (30) days after the actual date of the opening thereof. THE BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS OF THE METROPOLITAN PARK DISTRICT OF THE TOLEDO AREA reserves the right to reject any or all bids, and to waive any informality in bidding. By order of the Board of Park Commissioners METROPOLITAN PARK DISTRICT OF THE TOLEDO AREA Stephen W. Madewell, Director

Materials Coordinator

This individual will coordinate and expedite the flow of materials, parts, and assemblies between sections or departments, according to production and shipping schedules or department priorities, and compile and maintain manual or computerized records: Reviews production schedules and related information and confers with department supervisors to determine material requirements to identify overdue materials and to track material. Additional experience includes strong analytical and communication skills as well as the ability to demonstrate a high level of positive supplier and customer relationship skills. TH Plastics offers a competitive wage and benefit package, including excellent and medical and dental benefits and 401 (k) with a match. Send resume and salary requirements to: T H Plastics, Inc. Att: HR Manager P.O. Box 188 Mendon, MI 49072 Fax: 269-496-8495 r.lowery@thplastics.com

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Candidates with injection molding experience are preferred. T H Plastics offers an excellent wage and benefit package, including medical and dental benefits, 401(k) match, promotion from within, education opportunities, and a positive and supportive work environment. Learn more about us at www. thplastics.com where you can view these open positions and also apply online. Send resume and salary requirements to: T H Plastics, Inc. 843 Miller Drive Bowling Green, Ohio 43402 Phone: 269-496-8495 Ext. 111 Fax: 269-496-8634 r.lowery@thplastics.com

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T H Plastics, Inc. a progressive molder of thermoplastics and thermosets for the appliance and automotive industry is seeking an experienced and highly motivated individual to fill the role as Materials Coordinator in our Bowling Green, OH division.

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