He graduated from Brown University, and now resides in Cincinnati, OH with his wife of twenty years and four children.
“Every American owes an emotional and financial debt to our wounded War on Terror heroes. It’s an honor facilitating a mechanism for all Americans to repay a debt to these brave young men and women that can never be fully repayed.” Dick
He earned an undergraduate degree in business administration from Ohio University in Athens. Jim resides in Sugar Land, Texas with his wife, Patty and their four children.
“I am proud to serve those who have answered the highest call of service to others.” Jim
Dan Sullenbarger retired from Marathon Oil Corporation in January 2013 where he served as vice president of Corporate Compliance and Ethics at Marathon Oil Corporation. He joined Marathon in 1975, and held a number of positions in the Law Organization.
He earned an undergraduate degree in political science from Bowling Green State University and a law degree from Ohio Northern University.
“I am honored to be a part of an organization that does so much to help our wounded heroes. It is true that freedom is not free. The men and women we serve have paid a high price for all Americans, and they deserve what Impact A Hero consistently delivers. ” – Dan
Larry graduated with an BBA from Abilene Christian University and an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin. Larry and his wife, Brenda, married in 1981 and in addition to their son, also have a daughter. Since 2005, Larry continues to serve as the 5K Co-Chairman.
“In 2004, when asked if I could help, I had no hesitation. I am humbled to serve in whatever capacity I can to recognize and help our Heroes and their families.” Larry
Daniel is an employee of the Federal Government with time spent in both the Department of Defense and Department of Justice. He graduated from the United States Military Academy in West Point, NY, before serving in the Army as an Infantry Officer.
He and his wife, Sherri, married in 2006 and now reside in Missouri City, Texas with their daughter, Whitney.
“I’m proud and honored to work with such a great organization to help improve the lives of our wounded veterans.” Daniel
He and his wife, Melissa, live in Katy, Texas and are proud parents of Catherine, Brooke and Austin.
“Service and sacrifice above self is the most noble form of love…..those who served and sacrificed for us deserve our never-ending appreciation.” Rod
John is a Veteran of the United States Air Force 1980-1989, as an Aircraft Fuel Systems Mechanic and Instructor. He currently lives in Liberty Township Ohio, with wife Carol, and has two sons Ryan and Taylor. Taylor, a United States Marine, was killed in action May 2005 in Iraq, during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Taylor was inducted in the IAH Hall of Fame in 2006.
“My family and I have been supporters of IAH since May 2005 when the local newspaper did a story on Taylor’s service and death, and stated there were 3 times as many service members wounded or injured in the current war on terror. I am honored and humbled to serve on the IAH board of directors” – John
She graduated from University of Arkansas, and now resides in Houston.
“It is an honor and a privilege to work with other board members to insure Impact A Hero continues its important mission of supporting our wounded heroes. We are grateful to them all.” Constance