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About Us

Honor365® was founded on March 31, 2017 with the mission of providing resource and referral services to veterans, first responders, and their families. Visit Our Programs page to learn more about what we do every day, always Remembering the One®. We invite you to be a part of Honor365® by volunteering and contributing to our vision of a world without suicide as we continue to support those who support us 24/7.

bOARD OF dIRECTORS

Dr. Ninzel Rasmuson

Dr. Ninzel Rasmuson

Founder & Executive Director

Melissa Sullivan

Melissa Sullivan

Deputy Director

Katrina Parry

Katrina Parry

Board of Directors

Stephen Sobisky

Stephen Sobisky

Board of Directors

Robin Saville

Robin Saville

Board of Directors

our achievements

Honor365® has been recognized and awarded The George Washington Honor Medal from the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge for 2020.  We are humbled for the recognition and will continue to press forward to do all that we can to make a difference in the lives of veterans, first responders, and their families.

Video Gallery

Check out our video gallery to experience our events that support our veterans, first responders, and their families.

On November 22, 2011, Lt. Joseph DiBernardo succumbed to his injuries he attained from the tragic Black Sunday Fires that took place on January 23rd, 2005. Lt. DiBernardo, along with 5 other firefighters, were forced to jump out of multiple apartment windows, located on the 4th story, while searching for any civilians that remained in the fire-stricken building. We will never forget the ultimate sacrifice Lt. DiBernardo made to our city and we will never forget his memory.

We honor you, Joseph DiBernardo.

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 #rememberingtheone #honorvet365 #honor365 #firstresponder #firefighter #fallenhero

On November 22, 2011, Lt. Joseph DiBernardo succumbed to his injuries he attained from the tragic Black Sunday Fires that took place on January 23rd, 2005. Lt. DiBernardo, along with 5 other firefighters, were forced to jump out of multiple apartment windows, located on the 4th story, while searching for any civilians that remained in the fire-stricken building. We will never forget the ultimate sacrifice Lt. DiBernardo made to our city and we will never forget his memory.

We honor you, Joseph DiBernardo.

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Rev. George S. Rentz was a Presyterian minister who served as a Navy chaplain during both World Wars. He was assigned to the USS Houston in 1940. Rentz served tirelessly during the Battle of Makassar Strait when the ship was attacked in February of 1942. Another attack by the Japanese sunk the Houston on March 1, 1942. Hanging onto an overcrowded piece of floating material, Rentz tried to relinquish his life jacket to a younger sailor, but no one wanted to take it. He ordered Seaman First Class Walter L. Beeson to take the life jacket, then Rentz prayed and quietly abandoned the float and disappeared before the other men knew what he was doing. He was one year away from retirement. Rentz was posthumously awarded the Navy Cross, and the frigate USS Rentz was named in his honor.

We honor you, George Rentz. 

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 #rememberingtheone #honorvet365 #veteran #honor365 #navy #WWI #WWII #KIA #fallenhero #navycross

Rev. George S. Rentz was a Presyterian minister who served as a Navy chaplain during both World Wars. He was assigned to the USS Houston in 1940. Rentz served tirelessly during the Battle of Makassar Strait when the ship was attacked in February of 1942. Another attack by the Japanese sunk the Houston on March 1, 1942. Hanging onto an overcrowded piece of floating material, Rentz tried to relinquish his life jacket to a younger sailor, but no one wanted to take it. He ordered Seaman First Class Walter L. Beeson to take the life jacket, then Rentz prayed and quietly abandoned the float and disappeared before the other men knew what he was doing. He was one year away from retirement. Rentz was posthumously awarded the Navy Cross, and the frigate USS Rentz was named in his honor.

We honor you, George Rentz.

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#rememberingtheone #honorvet365 #veteran #honor365 #navy #WWI #WWII #KIA #fallenhero #navycross
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We want to congratulate Chief Kit Long on his five-year anniversary as the Chief of Police for the Crowley Police Department. Thank you for your continued leadership, dedication, and service to the City of Crowley.

We honor you, Kit Long.

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 #rememberingtheone #honorvet365 #honor365 #firstresponder #LEO

We want to congratulate Chief Kit Long on his five-year anniversary as the Chief of Police for the Crowley Police Department. Thank you for your continued leadership, dedication, and service to the City of Crowley.

We honor you, Kit Long.

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We would like to say congratulations to Communications Officer Carla O’Bier on retiring after 23 years of dedicated service to the Monroe Fire Department and citizens of Monroe. We wish you the best!

We honor you, Carla O'Bier.

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 #rememberingtheone #honorvet365 #honor365 #firstresponder #firefighter

We would like to say congratulations to Communications Officer Carla O’Bier on retiring after 23 years of dedicated service to the Monroe Fire Department and citizens of Monroe. We wish you the best!

We honor you, Carla O'Bier.

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Firefighter Phil Schurle retired August 4, 2022 after over 28 years with the Wichita Fire Department. Thank you for your years of dedicated service and sacrifice to this community. 

We honor you, Phil Schurle.

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Firefighter Phil Schurle retired August 4, 2022 after over 28 years with the Wichita Fire Department. Thank you for your years of dedicated service and sacrifice to this community.

We honor you, Phil Schurle.

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Happy Thanksgiving to our veterans, first responders and their families 🇺🇸

Happy Thanksgiving to our veterans, first responders and their families 🇺🇸 ...

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