Stan Crader

Author & Lecturer on Writing About Rural America

Resurrecting Live Foundation – News Letter


Now in its 20th year, May has been designated as US National Military Appreciation Month by Congress in order to give Americans a specific occasion to celebrate and appreciate our defenders.  

Resurrecting Lives Foundation is deeply grateful for the sacrifices of all members and veterans of all branches of our US military.  We honor the fallen by caring for their brothers and sisters who return, advocating for educational, vocational, and employment opportunities for all veterans and especially the nearly half-million veterans from all military conflicts and branches of service who are currently affected by traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Chris Lawrence Honored as DVBIC TBI Champion

RLF veteran ambassador Chris Lawrence joins the league of TBI Champions on A Head for the Future, a U.S. Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC) website that focuses on resources aimed at the prevention, recognition, and recovery of traumatic brain injury in the military.  Chris, a veteran of the U.S. Marines, is…

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Honoring the Fallen

An example to us all of a patriot who so clearly honored the fallen is the late Paul R. Vogel, Sr., of Chesterton, Indiana.  In his many roles, from soldier to veteran to ceaseless champion for the causes of veterans from all branches of service….

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Healing Through Technology

“[This program] is a win/win situation for the vets learning strategies to improve their skills and my graduate interns who are learning how to work with individuals with PTSD/TBI.” — Donna Colcord, M.S., CCC-SLP, Clinic Director at the Bowling Green State University Speech and Hearing Clinic.

RLF focuses attention on the hidden wounds of our returning military – traumatic brain injury (TBI) or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) – to enable healing through…
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From the Board:

J. Skylar Burgess,
Colonel (USAF, Retired)

RLF Board member
Chair, RLF Veterans Employment Initiative
Managing Director with Deloitte & Touche

As a Board member and Chair of the Resurrecting Lives Foundation Veterans Employment Initiative, I became involved with RLF to more effectively help our veterans with the (unseen) remnants of their military service lead more productive and fulfilling lives…

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RLF in the Community

  • Once again, City BBQ restaurants raised thousands of dollars solely for the support of RLF’s programs for veterans.  Their sales of refillable tumblers in early 2018 netted $8,700.  Thank you to City BBQ and all their customers!
  • Golfers in the Columbus, Ohio area should mark your calendars for the annual Cardinal Health-organized golf outing to benefit RLF, August 26 at the Golf Club of Dublin, Ohio.  Last year the event raised more than $35,000 for our programs.  Sign-up forms will be available on the RLF website in June.
  • Don’t forget – if you shop on Amazon, make your regular purchases through If you are a Columbus Ohio or northern WV Kroger customer, link your Community Reward card to 91686. Both of these vendors will funnel a portion of your purchases to RLF!
Resurrecting Lives Foundation thanks Jason Savage for his photography.
Newsletter edited by Kathleen J. Lucisano.
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