Thank you to all those American soldiers who have fought for our freedom.
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At first glance, Bill Brodie comes across as a tough customer. Brown hair, sprinkled with gray, is covered by a stiff-crowned ball cap, partially shielding skin weathered from years spent out in the sun. Taking a step, his right leg remains stiff — wooden memorabilia from the jungles of Vietnam.

On second glance, there is a gentleness detected. Soft eyes glimmer with orneriness, revealing compassion and wisdom found only from a man who has seen suffering and beauty in the world most can’t imagine.