Ride to Remember Honors Local Fallen Soldiers
From June 6 to June 9, bicyclists from the Team Jesse Foundation will embark on a four-day, 275-mile trek from Reno, Nev. to Santa Rosa, Calif., all to honor and remember four Nevada and California men who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. See Full Story Here
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6/4/2015 - 4:09am
Ride to Remember Honors Local Fallen Soldiers
On Memorial Day We Remember: SSG Jesse L. Williams
Jesse lived life to its fullest until the very end and is remembered as a loving father, a devoted husband, a loyal son, a spirited brother and a most trustworthy friend. Learn more about the man who inspired our mission.
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5/25/2015 - 10:24am
On Memorial Day We Remember: SSG Jesse L. Williams
Sachem Supports Our Troops
Veteran’s Day has real meaning to the students in the Seneca Middle School and the Waverly Avenue Elementary School. Again this year throughout the Sachem Central School District, “Sachem Supports Our Troops” brings Veteran’s Day alive through T-Shirt sales and assemblies. See Full Story Here
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12/24/2014 - 10:18pm
Sachem Supports Our Troops
Norwalk and Seattle Show Up for 9/11 Heroes Runs
Our nation's heroes were honored at the 9/11 Heroes Runs in Cranbury and Luther Burbank Parks. As a partnering organization, Team Jesse brought the race to Norwalk for the second time and Seattle for the third year, joining those in over 50 cities around the world. See Full Story Here
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12/24/2014 - 10:09pm
Norwalk and Seattle Show Up for 9/11 Heroes Runs
Team Jesse Sponsors Survivors Who Honor Their Fallen Military Heroes
Through the generosity of our donors, Team Jesse funded seven of the 11 surviving wives, fiancés and girlfriends of fallen military heroes who traveled to Cusco, Peru with the Travis Manion Foundation on July 15, 2014 to spend 10 days honoring the fallen by challenging the living. See Full Story Here
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8/6/2014 - 4:30am
Team Jesse Sponsors Survivors Who Honor Their Fallen Military Heroes
Camp Erin Comforts Grieving Children
Through the generosity of our donors, Team Jesse funded forty children suffering from the loss of a loved one in a military family to attend Camp Erin bereavement camp in 2014. These kids participated in camps across the country including Tacoma, WA, San Francisco and Oakland, CA and Washington D.C. See Full Story Here
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7/19/2014 - 3:49am
Camp Erin Comforts Grieving Children

NEWS & EVENTS
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Having completed a four-day, 275-mile journey from Reno to Santa Rosa on a bicycle, a sweat-soaked Kevin Mincio stood over a gravesite that was graced Tuesday with tiny American flags and a ball cap with the words “USA” written on it. His cellphone rang. Jesse Williams’ daughter, who was just shy of her first birthday when her dad was killed in 2007 during U.S. Army combat operations in Iraq, was calling to check in. See Full Story Here

6/10/2015 - 11:14pm by

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Army PFC Caesar S Viglienzone from Santa Rosa, California died February 1, 2006 south of Baghdad, Iraq of wounds sustained when enemy forces attacked his vehicle with an improvised explosive device. PFC Viglienzone was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment of the 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Learn More and Donate

6/9/2015 - 5:23pm by

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Sgt. Ryan Connolly, was killed June 24th, 2008, while on a road clearing mission in the Khogyani district in eastern Afghanistan. Sgt. Connolly, a combat medic whom everyone called “Doc”,served with the 173rd Airborne Brigade, “Sky Soldiers”. The Khoygani army base was renamed in his honor to FOB Connolly. Learn More and Donate

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Army Sgt. David Joseph Drakulich graduated from Hug High School in 2003 and attended Truckee Meadows Community College for two semesters before enlisting. Drakulich was an avid artist and in his honor an art scholarship has been made in his name. Learn More and Donate

6/7/2015 - 4:10pm by

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Army Staff Sgt. Sean Gaul grew up in Nevada and attended Reed High School. He was on his fifth tour of Iraq and Afghanistan after enlisting in the Army in 1999. “Sean loved his job, knowing the risks he re-enlisted during his fifth deployment,” his wife, Jessica, said in a statement. “It seemed Sean was a lifer for sure." Learn More and Donate

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