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HUSBAND AND WIFE BUILDING A BRIDGE FOR VETERANS AND WOUNDED WARRIORS IN AMERICA

CREATING AN ONLINE COMMUNITY THAT UNITES GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS, NON PROFITS AND VETERANS


ALEXANDRIA, VA – Paul and Carol Ketrick, lifelong public servants who have worked in support of the American people are now turning their life’s work into something that will endure forever. This week they are announcing the launch of their charitable non profit Ketrick Communities where they will be uniting government agencies and officials with other non profit organizations and those in need of assistance.

“It has always been a dream of ours to give back to those who have sacrificed so much,” said Paul Ketrick, founder of Ketrick Communities. “My beautiful wife has stood by my side through thick and thin and we were able to build a comfortable life. It was only through being given the chance to live the American dream that I was able to find the strength in my family to begin this next great adventure.”

Ketrick Communities is an agile and responsive way for Americans and charities to work with veterans and heroes across the country along with military families when there is a need.

Teaming up with Veterans Affairs, Walter Reed and others across the nation, Ketrick Communities is now building a real time and online community that will help with short-term healing and support as well as provide long-term support. Ketrick Communities allows VA leadership to meet the special-case needs of active duty military, veterans and those honorably transitioning out of the military and their families with speed and flexibility not always available through the traditional programs.

“We enhance and complement, we do not replace existing programs. We fill the gaps by providing communication between organizations, charities and government programs and can help to provide immediate needs that veterans, active duty and wounded warriors along with their families may have,” added Carol Ketrick.

Ketrick Communities will bring together the generation that has come before us, our veterans and our heroes who need us to stand up and support them today and the younger generation who are learning and growing into the promise of tomorrow.

Ketrick Communities can be found online on Facebook - Ketrick Communities or on Twitter @FCOBoater and their website www.ketrick.org – and are currently beginning efforts with the Department of Veterans Affairs across the country.