Roger is a veteran having served in the United States Air Force. He served from 1971-1975. He has closely followed veteran issues and in September lead the Veterans for Kerry Committee for the Northern Kentucky Democrats for Kerry group. He is particularly interested in the areas of "justification for war" and benefits for veterans and their families. Roger co-founded this organization in early February, 2005.
Martin is a veteran having served in the United States Army. Martin was blinded and severely injured during combat at Tuy Hoa, Viet Nam in 1968. Martin was decorated with the Purple Heart and received the Citation for The Bronze Star. Martin is particularly interested in issues pertaining to disabled veterans and the long-term effects of war on veterans and their families.
Ron is a veteran having served in the United States Navy during the Persian Gulf War. Ron is involved with different Democratic Groups and is particularly interested in utilizing the political arena to protect the rights of veterans and their families, as well as assuring truthfulness of information provided by political groups to the public.
Orville H. Bryant
Orville is a veteran of the U.S. Navy, having served from 1951-1955. In 1952 and 1953, he served as a pipe fitter aboard a fleet oiler in Korean waters. In 1954 and 1955, he served in Guam, aboard a floating drydock. Orville is particularly interested in issues pertaining to benefits for veterans and their families.
Margie is a veteran serving in both the Persian Gulf War and the Iraq War as a medic. Margie has been active in the organization and in welcoming troops back from Afghanistan and Iraq.
In Memoriam - John Eidemiller
John was a veteran having served in the United States Marine Corp. He served during both World War II and Korea. John closely followed veteran issues, particularly veteran disability and medical benefits and was involved in the Veterans for Kerry organization. John co-founded this organization in early February, 2005.