Our Mission: To honor and serve military veterans, first responders, and families

Our Journey…

Since the time she can remember, Dr. Ninzel Rasmuson, an Air National Guard veteran, had the mission of forming a nonprofit that would serve veterans with a vision of having a world without suicide. As a result, this dream became a reality, Operation Veteran Support was formed, and the rest is history.

Operation Veteran Support was founded by Dr. Ninzel Rasmuson in the State of Utah and it opened its doors April 1, 2017. On July 1, 2017, Operation Veteran Support started doing business as Honor365™, mainly because at the heart of why we do what we do is to honor those who help to protect and defend the people of the United States 365 days a year, always “Remembering the One™.” The Remembering the One™ program began with honoring veterans only.  Katrina Parry was instrumental in helping Dr. Rasmuson develop the Remembering the One™ program and she continues be a tremendous asset.

REMEMBERING THE ONE

Joseph Dempsey has served as a Board member since the opening of Honor365.  He serves as a law enforcement officer and is a Marine Corps veteran.  We appreciate his continued service and insight to what we do as an organization. 

In February 2018, Melissa Sullivan joined the ranks of Honor365. Melissa serves as the Director of Operations for Honor365™. Previously, Melissa served as a paramedic and she understands the first responder community well. In addition, Melissa’s husband served for several years with the Army’s Special Forces, 19th Division. We are deeply grateful to Melissa’s commitment and impact on the work we get to do every day. 

Please continue to help us with our legacy and our traditions by passing information on this website to your family, friends, and your community at large. We know that as we continue to serve our communities that great things will happen. 

Thank you so much for your support. 

From Darkness Light Prevails™, The Honor365™ Team

 

 

HOW TO HELP

Our programs and events are made possible by donors like you.

Honor365™ is dedicated to honoring and serving our veterans, first responders and their families.  It’s through donations and sponsorships that we are able to continue providing life-changing events and services to veterans in need.  Please donate today so that we can continue our mission and serve those and their families who have so bravely served us.

OUR MISSION

To provide resource and referral services for Veterans, First Responders, and their families.

OUR VISION

A world without suicide.

OUR PILLARS

Education, Employment, Healthcare, and Housing

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While serving as a member of the American Forces i While serving as a member of the American Forces in #Vietnam, Private Earnest Lee Mason Jr. was killed as a result of combat action while in support of the Forces of the Republic of Vietnam in their struggle with insurgent Communist forces. 

We honor you Earnest Mason Jr.

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#rememberingtheone #honor365 #kia

While serving as a member of the American Forces in #Vietnam, Private Earnest Lee Mason Jr. was killed as a result of combat action while in support of the Forces of the Republic of Vietnam in their struggle with insurgent Communist forces.

We honor you Earnest Mason Jr.

#Repost @https://www.thepurpleheart.com/roll-of-honor/profile/default?rID=c72520ee-592a-479f-be67-2276eafc5136

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[May 22, 2019] Senior Trooper Nicholas Cederberg ( [May 22, 2019] Senior Trooper Nicholas Cederberg (Oregon State Police) is being honored for placing himself in the line of fire and suffering life-threatening injuries in order to bring a murderer to justice.

Senior Trooper Nicholas Cederberg was spending time with his family on Christmas night 2016 when he heard a radio call broadcasting news of a suspect in nearby King City.

Based on his knowledge of the area, Senior Trooper Cederberg drove to head off the fleeing suspect, whom he spotted backing into a driveway. The killer recognized his unmarked patrol car and sped away.

The suspect eventually turned down a dead-end road. Senior Trooper Cederberg set up for his return. With backup still several minutes away, he remained in position as the man made a U-turn, drove back toward the officer and aimed his accelerating vehicle at the officer's car. The attacker rammed the patrol car and opened fire, striking Senior Trooper Cederberg in the right hip and leaving him unable to move his legs.

As he lay on the ground, Senior Trooper Cederberg exchanged fire with the suspect, taking 12 more bullets, seven into his body and five that were absorbed by his ballistic vest. At the sound of sirens, the man fled and hid in the woods. Responding officers were able to track him down, engage him in an intense gunfight and fatally wound him.

Senior Trooper Cederberg was taken to the hospital where he underwent surgeries to repair a collapsed lung and two broken arms. A bullet remains lodged in his spine.

Senior Trooper Cederberg acted decisively and courageously as he singlehandedly tracked down and held at bay a murderer who had shot his estranged wife eight times. He placed himself in the line of fire and withstood being struck a dozen times by gunfire to prevent the assailant's escape.

We honor you, Nicholas Cederberg.

#Repost @https://bja.ojp.gov/sites/g/files/xyckuh186/files/Programs/MedalOfValor/mov_awardees.html 

#rememberingtheone #honor365 #MedalofValor

[May 22, 2019] Senior Trooper Nicholas Cederberg (Oregon State Police) is being honored for placing himself in the line of fire and suffering life-threatening injuries in order to bring a murderer to justice.

Senior Trooper Nicholas Cederberg was spending time with his family on Christmas night 2016 when he heard a radio call broadcasting news of a suspect in nearby King City.

Based on his knowledge of the area, Senior Trooper Cederberg drove to head off the fleeing suspect, whom he spotted backing into a driveway. The killer recognized his unmarked patrol car and sped away.

The suspect eventually turned down a dead-end road. Senior Trooper Cederberg set up for his return. With backup still several minutes away, he remained in position as the man made a U-turn, drove back toward the officer and aimed his accelerating vehicle at the officer's car. The attacker rammed the patrol car and opened fire, striking Senior Trooper Cederberg in the right hip and leaving him unable to move his legs.

As he lay on the ground, Senior Trooper Cederberg exchanged fire with the suspect, taking 12 more bullets, seven into his body and five that were absorbed by his ballistic vest. At the sound of sirens, the man fled and hid in the woods. Responding officers were able to track him down, engage him in an intense gunfight and fatally wound him.

Senior Trooper Cederberg was taken to the hospital where he underwent surgeries to repair a collapsed lung and two broken arms. A bullet remains lodged in his spine.

Senior Trooper Cederberg acted decisively and courageously as he singlehandedly tracked down and held at bay a murderer who had shot his estranged wife eight times. He placed himself in the line of fire and withstood being struck a dozen times by gunfire to prevent the assailant's escape.

We honor you, Nicholas Cederberg.

#Repost @https://bja.ojp.gov/sites/g/files/xyckuh186/files/Programs/MedalOfValor/mov_awardees.html

#rememberingtheone #honor365 #MedalofValor
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The army recruited Enid Mack Pooley and other wome The army recruited Enid Mack Pooley and other women like her to manage telephone switching stations during World War I. Known as "Hello Girls" these civilian members of Signal Corps Female Telephone Operators Unit were bilingual in English and French and operated switchboards for the American Expeditionary Forces in more than 75 towns and cities in France and England. In 1978, Congress finally gave them veteran status and honorable discharges. Women like Pooley paved the way for the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, the Women's Airforce Service Pilots and later full integration as Soldiers in the U.S. Army.

We honor you, Enid Pooley. 

#Repost @https://www.thenmusa.org/exhibit/soldiers-stories/ 

#rememberingtheone #honor365 #WWI #breakingbarriers

The army recruited Enid Mack Pooley and other women like her to manage telephone switching stations during World War I. Known as "Hello Girls" these civilian members of Signal Corps Female Telephone Operators Unit were bilingual in English and French and operated switchboards for the American Expeditionary Forces in more than 75 towns and cities in France and England. In 1978, Congress finally gave them veteran status and honorable discharges. Women like Pooley paved the way for the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, the Women's Airforce Service Pilots and later full integration as Soldiers in the U.S. Army.

We honor you, Enid Pooley.

#Repost @https://www.thenmusa.org/exhibit/soldiers-stories/

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The Honor365 team says thank you for the invitatio The Honor365 team says thank you for the invitation to serve with the new SLC chapter of The Hispanic Star!  A great organization doing awesome work in the community. 

Thank you for the contributions to support our public safety personnel in Utah! 

#honor365 #ten4respondingserves #rememberingtheone

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The Honor365 team says thank you for the invitation to serve with the new SLC chapter of The Hispanic Star! A great organization doing awesome work in the community.

Thank you for the contributions to support our public safety personnel in Utah!

#honor365 #ten4respondingserves #rememberingtheone

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“Congratulations to Tricia Hurd Hazelrigg on her “Congratulations to Tricia Hurd Hazelrigg on her retirement from Park City Fire District!  Thank you so much for your years of service as a FF/Medic and your tireless work with and contribution to the training division.  You will be greatly missed but we know you will continue to do great things in retirement.  All the best!” We honor you, Tricia Hurd Hazelrigg 🇺🇸 (#Repost Park City Firefighters FB) #honor365 #rememberingtheone #retiredfirefighter

“Congratulations to Tricia Hurd Hazelrigg on her retirement from Park City Fire District! Thank you so much for your years of service as a FF/Medic and your tireless work with and contribution to the training division. You will be greatly missed but we know you will continue to do great things in retirement. All the best!” We honor you, Tricia Hurd Hazelrigg 🇺🇸 (#Repost Park City Firefighters FB) #honor365 #rememberingtheone #retiredfirefighter ...

Farmington, UT – “It is with extreme sadness a Farmington, UT – “It is with extreme sadness and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Lieutenant Jason Sorensen, retired Davis County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Sheriff/Paramedic and paramedic/pilot for Intermountain Life Flight. He died June 29, just after 9 p.m. Sorensen survived a plane crash that occurred in Davis County on June 25, 2020. Unfortunately, the injuries and burns sustained in the crash were insurmountable and eventually claimed his life.” We honor you, Jason Sorensen 🇺🇸 (#Repost Davis County Sheriff Officer, FB) #honor365 #rememberingtheone #leo 
https://daviscountyso.wordpress.com/2020/06/29/death-announcement-jason-sorensen/

Farmington, UT – “It is with extreme sadness and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Lieutenant Jason Sorensen, retired Davis County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Sheriff/Paramedic and paramedic/pilot for Intermountain Life Flight. He died June 29, just after 9 p.m. Sorensen survived a plane crash that occurred in Davis County on June 25, 2020. Unfortunately, the injuries and burns sustained in the crash were insurmountable and eventually claimed his life.” We honor you, Jason Sorensen 🇺🇸 (#Repost Davis County Sheriff Officer, FB) #honor365 #rememberingtheone #leo
https://daviscountyso.wordpress.com/2020/06/29/death-announcement-jason-sorensen/
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Have a safe and fun 4th of July 🇺🇸 #honor365 Have a safe and fun 4th of July 🇺🇸 #honor365

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Lt Kage Allen, we honor you 🇺🇸 #honor365 #re Lt Kage Allen, we honor you 🇺🇸 #honor365 #rememberingtheone #airforce #reapers

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