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Frank Forest was having a packing today. It is a very busy time with the kids making cards decorated for Spring and their personal comments and prayers for those serving. There was lots of personal items and home made goodies. We had Dave … Continue reading
On February 21, 2018, Boy Scout Troop 198 of Cheshire, CT. donated $795.00 to support David’s’ Memorial. These scouts show dedication to helping veterans and appreciation for David’s’ sacrifice. Thank You so much Troop 198. Anita & Greg Dziedzic
Hi All, We have started a Fundraiser on FaceBook just a few days ago and It was met with good response. Thank you for your donations. It all adds up, So Cool. https://www.facebook.com/donate/635543059981812/ A donation can also be made here … Continue reading
We are looking forward to summer and the Sgt. David Coullard Golf Outing. We have been working on updating my golf outing mailing list. I am asking that the people who have played with us before, people who wish to … Continue reading
So much has happened since my last post. Annual SGT David Coullard Memorial fund Golf Outing 2016 was a complete success. It is amazing to support our Service men and women. We started the Memorial Fund 10 years ago. I … Continue reading
From the SGT David Coullard Memorial Fund, we wish everyone, a Happy, Healthy and safe Holiday. Thank you for your support you have given. To know that you can make a difference in a person’s life is is a wonderful … Continue reading
We want to thank Paul Pepas from store 631 glastonbury, Ct and Jeff Peake from store 605 Glastonbury, CT. for your supporting our Fundraiser. Your donations meant so much to us. Sgt David Coullard Foundation
We are proud to announce our 6th SGT David Coullard Memorial Golf Outing. It was held on Friday, Stptember, 4th 2015 ..10:00 am to 5:00 pm, at Hawkslanding, in Southington, CT. I thank you Stop and Shop stores , Paul Papus … Continue reading
Mutts Mending Military was founded because of a number…yes you read that right…a simple number. That number is 22, and that represents the number of Veterans that commit suicide EVERY DAY because PTSD. With the help of a VA counselor, … Continue reading
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