Monday, 16 February 2015

Gary Gauthier Is A Member of DAV; An Organization That Helps Veterans And Their Families

Gary Gauthier is a graduate of Michigan State University, and has played varsity soccer. He has also worked as an assistant soccer coach in 1977, and trained many soccer players. He has served Heilbronn Germany and the US army- vietnam two tours. He is a combat engineer decorated as well as a member of disabled American vets. He started his professional career as a teacher at Lutheran High East and then he began teaching at Roseville High School. Later on, Gary changed his professional line and started a restaurant business along with sporting goods stores. He also gives guitar lessons to music enthusiasts and works for vets.

Gary Gauthier is a proud member of the DAV. DAV is one of the long lasting, reliable veterans assistance as well as an advocacy group in the country. The organization has never dithered in its key mission of fulfilling the country's promises to the women and men who served it. Gary describes that the organization invites everyone, including civilian and veterans, young and old, men and women, to join them, as they put up for those veterans who have risked their lives for the country. He feels proud while working with DAV, as it is dedicated to empowering veterans to lead a high quality life with dignity and respect.

Gary Gauthier further describes that DAV assists the veterans and their families to access the complete benefits available to them. The organization educates the public about the great scarifies as well as requirements of veterans changing back to the civilian life, and fights for the interests of the injuries heroes of America on Capitol Hill. They provide free of cost professional help to these veterans in attaining services as well as benefits that are derived through military service and are offered by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) along with other government agencies. Apart from this, Gary works with vets and mentors in the veterans court. In his free time, he likes volunteering to vets and seniors, mentoring veterans who have returned from Iraq and Afghanistan, etc.

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