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Honor365 creates lasting impact on the lives of veterans, first responders, and their families in the areas of employment, education, healthcare, and housing. Our mission is to provide resource and referral services to those we serve in order to work towards our vision of a world without suicide. This is accomplished through our organization working with multiple, vetted providers who are a resource to those we serve. Individuals and families who contact our organization will be referred to organizations and companies who assist in the Honor365 pillar areas. In the event you need assistance, contact us. We honor you, and we want the best for you and your family.

2021 Review

Honor365 creates lasting impact on the lives of veterans, first responders, and their families in the areas of employment, education, healthcare, and housing. Our mission is to provide resource and referral services to those we serve in order to work towards our vision of a world without suicide.

  • Number of Veterans & First Responders Honored 67% 67%
  • Number of Veterans & First Responders Served 50% 50%
  • Number of Oath To Live Events 50% 50%
  • Number of Service Operations 50% 50%
  • Number of Volunteer Hours 50% 50%

2020 Review

Honor365 creates lasting impact on the lives of veterans, first responders, and their families in the areas of employment, education, healthcare, and housing. Our mission is to provide resource and referral services to those we serve in order to work towards our vision of a world without suicide.

  • Number of Veterans & First Responders Honored 67% 67%
  • Number of Veterans & First Responders Served 50% 50%
  • Number of Oath To Live Events 50% 50%
  • Number of Service Operations 50% 50%
  • Number of Volunteer Hours 50% 50%

2019 Review

Honor365 creates lasting impact on the lives of veterans, first responders, and their families in the areas of employment, education, healthcare, and housing. Our mission is to provide resource and referral services to those we serve in order to work towards our vision of a world without suicide.

  • Number of Veterans & First Responders Honored 67% 67%
  • Number of Veterans & First Responders Served 50% 50%
  • Number of Oath To Live Events 50% 50%
  • Number of Service Operations 50% 50%
  • Number of Volunteer Hours 50% 50%

2018 Review

Honor365 creates lasting impact on the lives of veterans, first responders, and their families in the areas of employment, education, healthcare, and housing. Our mission is to provide resource and referral services to those we serve in order to work towards our vision of a world without suicide.

  • Number of Veterans & First Responders Honored 67% 67%
  • Number of Veterans & First Responders Served 50% 50%
  • Number of Oath To Live Events 50% 50%
  • Number of Service Operations 50% 50%
  • Number of Volunteer Hours 50% 50%

2017 Review

Honor365 creates lasting impact on the lives of veterans, first responders, and their families in the areas of employment, education, healthcare, and housing. Our mission is to provide resource and referral services to those we serve in order to work towards our vision of a world without suicide.

  • Number of Veterans & First Responders Honored 67% 67%
  • Number of Veterans & First Responders Served 50% 50%
  • Number of Oath To Live Events 50% 50%
  • Number of Service Operations 50% 50%
  • Number of Volunteer Hours 50% 50%
We Honor you, Major Norman McNeil.

Norm would become a highly decorated veteran, serving in the 47th Infantry Regiment of the 9th Infantry Division. He took part in the invasion of Tunisia, Sicily, Normandy and fought in the Hurtgen Forest and stood strong during the fights of Battle of the Bulge. Norman’s unit also was part of the taking of the famous Remagen Bridge. He was also active in the Army Reserves Unit 402nd Civil Affairs, where he eventually became its commanding Officer. He went to Camp Fort Devens every summer and would get free baseball tickets from Joe Cronin, whom his father Norman F. Sr managed in AAA ball previously for the Johnston Johnnies, who won the championships back in in 1926. He also managed Ripper Collins, Eddie Montaigue, and probably others that became famous. When he was catching for the Red Sox, he discovered Waite Hoyt, a future Hall of Famer. At age 16, he accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Savior which changed his life
He was written about in the Buffalo News when he and his unit captured about 100 Germans in North Africa. He didn’t talk much about the battles he fought, except to say that he didn’t like General Patton as he slapped a man in his unit. He also saw Patton retreat very quickly after a German round came very close to his jeep. This was strange to the men, as Patton always prided himself as a brave soldier.” – Paul McNeil
Honoring: Major Norman McNeil

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We Honor you, Major Norman McNeil.

Norm would become a highly decorated veteran, serving in the 47th Infantry Regiment of the 9th Infantry Division. He took part in the invasion of Tunisia, Sicily, Normandy and fought in the Hurtgen Forest and stood strong during the fights of Battle of the Bulge. Norman’s unit also was part of the taking of the famous Remagen Bridge. He was also active in the Army Reserves Unit 402nd Civil Affairs, where he eventually became its commanding Officer. He went to Camp Fort Devens every summer and would get free baseball tickets from Joe Cronin, whom his father Norman F. Sr managed in AAA ball previously for the Johnston Johnnies, who won the championships back in in 1926. He also managed Ripper Collins, Eddie Montaigue, and probably others that became famous. When he was catching for the Red Sox, he discovered Waite Hoyt, a future Hall of Famer. At age 16, he accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Savior which changed his life
He was written about in the Buffalo News when he and his unit captured about 100 Germans in North Africa. He didn’t talk much about the battles he fought, except to say that he didn’t like General Patton as he slapped a man in his unit. He also saw Patton retreat very quickly after a German round came very close to his jeep. This was strange to the men, as Patton always prided himself as a brave soldier.” – Paul McNeil
Honoring: Major Norman McNeil

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We honor you EMS Manager Amy Ward. 

Congratulations and well wishes to EMS Manager Amy Ward who is "retiring" today after 28 years of service with Portsmouth Fire Rescue & Emergency Services.  Amy will begin a new journey as a Deputy Chief in Virginia Beach EMS in the coming days. 
Here is a little bit of Amy's history with PFD.
EMS Manager Ward began her career in the City of Portsmouth in 1994 as a Paramedic, with Tidewater Ambulance Service, the then third-party EMS contract provider. On January 1, 1996, she joined Portsmouth Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services, as a Paramedic, when EMS merged with the Fire Department. She was promoted to EMS Clinical Care Coordinator in 2015, and then to EMS Manger in 2022. 
Throughout her career, EMS Manager Ward has worked to ensure that the EMS service that we deliver to the citizens of Portsmouth is of the highest caliber. She has worked closely with multiple stakeholders to develop improved cardiac arrest and STEMI processes, and to improve Stroke management processes with local hospitals. She has served on numerous committees including the PFRES Awards Committee, and as the 2nd Vice President of the Virginia Association of Governmental EMS Administrators, and as the Treasurer with the Tidewater EMS Council Board of Directors. She is a member of the Hampton Roads Metropolitan Medical Strike Team. EMS Manager Ward is a three-time Paramedic of the year, a two-time Exceptional Service Award recipient, and she has received both the Tidewater EMS Council Pre-hospital Provider of the Year award and the Governor’s Award for Outstanding EMS Pre-Hospital Provider.
Congrats Amy on a wonderful Career with Portsmouth Fire, and we wish you all the success and happiness in your new role as Deputy Chief.  Amy's last shift is today, September 11, 2023.

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We honor you EMS Manager Amy Ward.

Congratulations and well wishes to EMS Manager Amy Ward who is "retiring" today after 28 years of service with Portsmouth Fire Rescue & Emergency Services. Amy will begin a new journey as a Deputy Chief in Virginia Beach EMS in the coming days.
Here is a little bit of Amy`s history with PFD.
EMS Manager Ward began her career in the City of Portsmouth in 1994 as a Paramedic, with Tidewater Ambulance Service, the then third-party EMS contract provider. On January 1, 1996, she joined Portsmouth Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services, as a Paramedic, when EMS merged with the Fire Department. She was promoted to EMS Clinical Care Coordinator in 2015, and then to EMS Manger in 2022.
Throughout her career, EMS Manager Ward has worked to ensure that the EMS service that we deliver to the citizens of Portsmouth is of the highest caliber. She has worked closely with multiple stakeholders to develop improved cardiac arrest and STEMI processes, and to improve Stroke management processes with local hospitals. She has served on numerous committees including the PFRES Awards Committee, and as the 2nd Vice President of the Virginia Association of Governmental EMS Administrators, and as the Treasurer with the Tidewater EMS Council Board of Directors. She is a member of the Hampton Roads Metropolitan Medical Strike Team. EMS Manager Ward is a three-time Paramedic of the year, a two-time Exceptional Service Award recipient, and she has received both the Tidewater EMS Council Pre-hospital Provider of the Year award and the Governor’s Award for Outstanding EMS Pre-Hospital Provider.
Congrats Amy on a wonderful Career with Portsmouth Fire, and we wish you all the success and happiness in your new role as Deputy Chief. Amy`s last shift is today, September 11, 2023.

#repost #honor365 #rememberingtheone #fromdarknesslightprevails #oathtolive
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Honor365’s Operation Christmas Advent has begun!  Thank you to all of you who volunteered to help wrap gifts for families in need tomorrow.  See you soon!

#honor365 #veterans #firstresponders #rememberingtheone #Dec1st

Honor365’s Operation Christmas Advent has begun! Thank you to all of you who volunteered to help wrap gifts for families in need tomorrow. See you soon!

#honor365 #veterans #firstresponders #rememberingtheone #Dec1st
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We Honor you, Andy McBride. 

Andy McBride started in the Fire Service in 2005 as a volunteer with the Paradise Fire and Rescue. He spent the first five years of his time in the service in Cache Valley before moving over to the Thatcher-Penrose volunteer fire department in 2010. He joined The Garland Fire Dept in 2012 as a paid-on-call FF and is currently serving in the rank of deputy chief. He has also worked full-time for the West Valley City Fire Department for seven years where he was part of the tech-rescue team before moving to the Tremonton Fire Department as a Captain in August 2023. He has been a member of the Utah State Firefighters Association since 2007 and served as the chaplain to his Father, Steve McBride in 2013. He was a five-year Trustee before moving up to second vice president, and is currently serving as the First Vice President. Andy live in Garland with his wife of 14 years and their 2 kids.
#respot #Honor365 #rememberingtheone #oathtolive #fromdarknesslightprevails 

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We Honor you, Andy McBride.

Andy McBride started in the Fire Service in 2005 as a volunteer with the Paradise Fire and Rescue. He spent the first five years of his time in the service in Cache Valley before moving over to the Thatcher-Penrose volunteer fire department in 2010. He joined The Garland Fire Dept in 2012 as a paid-on-call FF and is currently serving in the rank of deputy chief. He has also worked full-time for the West Valley City Fire Department for seven years where he was part of the tech-rescue team before moving to the Tremonton Fire Department as a Captain in August 2023. He has been a member of the Utah State Firefighters Association since 2007 and served as the chaplain to his Father, Steve McBride in 2013. He was a five-year Trustee before moving up to second vice president, and is currently serving as the First Vice President. Andy live in Garland with his wife of 14 years and their 2 kids.
#respot #Honor365 #rememberingtheone #oathtolive #fromdarknesslightprevails

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We Honor you, Zack Taylor. 

It is a rare and welcomed opportunity that we get to meet veterans of the Korean War. Zack Taylor served overseas with the 2nd Infantry Division, 37th Field Artillery Battalion as a Forward Observer from 1952 until the ceasefire was signed in 1953. 
He was eager to explain the intricacies of serving in an artillery battalion, and lamented the large amount of casualties they faced. He also recalled being assisted by a young boy, whose parents had been killed in the North, who spoke basic English that had been taught to him by missionaries. 
We're grateful for the chance to help record and share more stories of the Korean War!
#repost #honor365 #rememberingtheone #oathtolive #fromdarknesslghtprevails 
#KoreanWar #ForgottenWar #CombatVeteran #VeteranStories

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We Honor you, Zack Taylor.

It is a rare and welcomed opportunity that we get to meet veterans of the Korean War. Zack Taylor served overseas with the 2nd Infantry Division, 37th Field Artillery Battalion as a Forward Observer from 1952 until the ceasefire was signed in 1953.
He was eager to explain the intricacies of serving in an artillery battalion, and lamented the large amount of casualties they faced. He also recalled being assisted by a young boy, whose parents had been killed in the North, who spoke basic English that had been taught to him by missionaries.
We`re grateful for the chance to help record and share more stories of the Korean War!
#repost #honor365 #rememberingtheone #oathtolive #fromdarknesslghtprevails
#KoreanWar #ForgottenWar #CombatVeteran #VeteranStories

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We Honor you, Joseph L.J. Simon. 

On this day lost, but never forgotten... Joseph L.J. Simon was born on January 10, 1941, to Joseph and Elizabeth Simon. His home of record is Wharton, NJ. Joseph graduated from Morris Hills High School in Rockaway, NJ. Under his yearbook picture it states: "Loves those women drivers...mischief maker...always talking." He was a member of the track and basketball teams, as well as in band and part of the cafeteria staff while in high school. His nickname was "Si."
Joseph served in the US Navy and attained the rank of Boatswains Mate First Class (BM1).
Simon was killed in action on November 24, 1967, in the Dakong Delta when his small boat was torpedoed. His body was missing and retrieved one month later.
Simon is buried in San Diego Military Cemetery. He was posthumously awarded the Purple Heart.
He was survived by his wife.
Sources: Mimi Vero-Taylor (cousin), Morris Hills High School, and https://njvvmf.org/faces/bio/1665.

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We Honor you, Joseph L.J. Simon.

On this day lost, but never forgotten... Joseph L.J. Simon was born on January 10, 1941, to Joseph and Elizabeth Simon. His home of record is Wharton, NJ. Joseph graduated from Morris Hills High School in Rockaway, NJ. Under his yearbook picture it states: "Loves those women drivers...mischief maker...always talking." He was a member of the track and basketball teams, as well as in band and part of the cafeteria staff while in high school. His nickname was "Si."
Joseph served in the US Navy and attained the rank of Boatswains Mate First Class (BM1).
Simon was killed in action on November 24, 1967, in the Dakong Delta when his small boat was torpedoed. His body was missing and retrieved one month later.
Simon is buried in San Diego Military Cemetery. He was posthumously awarded the Purple Heart.
He was survived by his wife.
Sources: Mimi Vero-Taylor (cousin), Morris Hills High School, and https://njvvmf.org/faces/bio/1665.

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We Honor you, Officer Hughes. 
Earlier this month, we welcomed a new crime fighter and protector of the community to our department! Officer Hughes was sworn in at the City Council meeting this week, and he has been working hard to learn everything he can about his new career. Help us welcome Officer Hughes and his family to this great city of ours!

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We Honor you, Officer Hughes.
Earlier this month, we welcomed a new crime fighter and protector of the community to our department! Officer Hughes was sworn in at the City Council meeting this week, and he has been working hard to learn everything he can about his new career. Help us welcome Officer Hughes and his family to this great city of ours!

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We Honor you Captain Kyle Caldwell. 
Captain Caldwell is a pilot in the Air Force flying the KC46. He has been in the Air Force for 6.5 years.

We Honor you Captain Kyle Caldwell.
Captain Caldwell is a pilot in the Air Force flying the KC46. He has been in the Air Force for 6.5 years.
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We Honor you, Officer Owens. 

We would like to welcome a new officer to the Ephraim PD. 
Officer Owens  was sworn in on the 15th of November at city council. 
Officer Owens has 3 years of experience from the Sanpete County Sheriffs Department and served 8 years in the Utah Army National Guard. 
We are so happy to have Officer Owens join the department!

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We Honor you, Officer Owens.

We would like to welcome a new officer to the Ephraim PD.
Officer Owens was sworn in on the 15th of November at city council.
Officer Owens has 3 years of experience from the Sanpete County Sheriffs Department and served 8 years in the Utah Army National Guard.
We are so happy to have Officer Owens join the department!

#repost #Honor365 #rememberingtheone #fromdarknesslightprevails #oathtolive

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