Teamwork for veterans


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Jason Benton of Troy greets area veterans, Bob Allen of Piqua, Fred Verceles of Piqua, Jim O’Donnell of Covington, and Bill Sharp of Ludlow Falls, l-r, at the Hospice of Miami County offices on Tuesday. Benton who works as part of the adult day program at RT Industries was a member of a group who partnered with students at Troy Christian High School to work on a project, “We Honor Veteran’s. The group made patriotic pins to give to spouses of veterans for the program, spearheaded by Hospice of Miami County.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Jason Benton of Troy greets area veterans, Bob Allen of Piqua, Fred Verceles of Piqua, Jim O’Donnell of Covington, and Bill Sharp of Ludlow Falls, l-r, at the Hospice of Miami County offices on Tuesday. Benton who works as part of the adult day program at RT Industries was a member of a group who partnered with students at Troy Christian High School to work on a project, “We Honor Veteran’s. The group made patriotic pins to give to spouses of veterans for the program, spearheaded by Hospice of Miami County.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Jason Benton of Troy greets area veterans, Bob Allen of Piqua, Fred Verceles of Piqua, Jim O’Donnell of Covington, and Bill Sharp of Ludlow Falls, l-r, at the Hospice of Miami County offices on Tuesday. Benton who works as part of the adult day program at RT Industries was a member of a group who partnered with students at Troy Christian High School to work on a project, “We Honor Veteran’s. The group made patriotic pins to give to spouses of veterans for the program, spearheaded by Hospice of Miami County.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_041216mju_hospice1.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Jason Benton of Troy greets area veterans, Bob Allen of Piqua, Fred Verceles of Piqua, Jim O’Donnell of Covington, and Bill Sharp of Ludlow Falls, l-r, at the Hospice of Miami County offices on Tuesday. Benton who works as part of the adult day program at RT Industries was a member of a group who partnered with students at Troy Christian High School to work on a project, “We Honor Veteran’s. The group made patriotic pins to give to spouses of veterans for the program, spearheaded by Hospice of Miami County.

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