Boss Pays Off Vietnam Veteran’s Mortgage So He Can Retire Early

Mortgage was the one thing standing in the way of Albert Brigas’ retirement The mortgage. That was the one thing standing between Albert Brigas and his retirement. Apparently, he talked about it a lot at his job at Renown Auto Restoration in San Antonio, Texas. How he was going to have to work another year to pay of his house. That’s not even to say he was a pain. Actually, the exact opposite. Boss Rudy Quinones will tell you Brigas

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Comedian Patton Oswalt Raises Money For Trump Supporter Who Attacked Him On Twitter

Oswalt finds common ground in man’s health crisis Comedian Patton Oswalt put down his Twitter sword for a moment to find a man who attacked him on Twitter was also a Vietnam veteran who was suffering with severe health challenges. Oswalt decided to pivot from someone with different political beliefs to a man who had the ability to help another man out. Aw, man. This dude just attacked me on Twitter and I joked back but then I looked at

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Couple Takes In 93 Year-Old WWII Veteran Who Escaped California Wildfire

WWII Veteran Lee Bundige was alone. Now, he’s family. Tracy Grant showed up to help evacuees of the Camp Fire in Northern California. She had no idea how that one simple act of kindness would change the course of her day and her life. Grant spotted WWII veteran Lee Bundige as she was handing out hamburgers. That’s when she noticed the 93-year-old man was alone. Grant owns a vintage store in Oroville, California. She knows a treasure when she see

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WWII Veteran Meets The Sailor Who Saved His Life, 72 Years Later

WWII Veteran Norm Lasman carried an incredible question for decades. WGN reports he never knew who saved his life on May 11, 1945,  the day Japanese suicide bombers attacked the American aircraft carrier U.S.S. Bunker Hill.  The smoke and flames left him unconscious and suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning for 19 hours. Then, along comes a book called, “Danger’s Hour.” It’s written by Bobby Kennedy’s youngest son, Maxwell. Reading that book sparked memories for Norm and he set out on

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Veteran Can’t Go To Work Without His Service Dog, So Lowe’s Hires Them Both

It’s hard enough for a veteran to find a job. What about one who needs his service dog by his side? That’s the case for Clay Luthy in Abilene, Texas. Where he goes, so does his 10-year-old dog, Charlotte. So, when he showed up at the local Lowe’s to apply for a job, he brought Charlotte to the interview. After all, they’re a package deal. Like hammer and nails. The management at Lowe’s didn’t blink. They hired Clay. And Charlotte,

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