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He Served Us. Now’s our time to serve him!

Marine: Lcpl Jake Waggoner served in Iraq during 2008. When he returned he was diagnosed with brain cancer. Then 26 years old in (2009). They took out the size of an orange out of his brain and the next day he was up and running. I thought: “Well, what do you think – He’s a Marine!” He decided to give back by going to school to become a radiologist and help other cancer victims. He gained his Bachelors and got a job in 2015. In December 2015 his seizures returned worse than ever. He is in the fight of his life. We are supporting the family in every way we can. Will you help us during this very difficult time? Time is of the essence right now for this family. Please give in any amount to ensure that we are able to meet their needs. Everything counts. 10400896_35932099336_9189_n 131446_10150089638219337_6453070_o



3 Responses

  1. Bryan mitchell says:

    You will be missed by many,and be remembered by even more, rest in peace brother the heavens are a little safer now that you have assumed your post in heavens guard.

    Semper FI brother
    Sgt B.K. Mitchell USMC

  2. Veterans’ Angels LLC
    P.O. Box 1467
    Parowan, UT 84761

    VA ACCREDITED AGENT FOR VA CLAIMS & APPEALS/ SUSTAINING MEMBER OF NATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF VETERANS ADVOCATE Washington, D.C. HQ.

    Luke is a hero, he paid the ultimate price for our freedom. Freedom is not free veterans pay it for the citizens of our great Nation each and every day!!!

    We need to make sure all veterans and widows are receiving all of their benefits

    USAF VETERAN

    • jeff says:

      You are a real hero sir. I am going over the documentation with our family tomorrow to get this started. She has been ill and unable to deal with until now.

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