Archive for July, 2018

WWII Marine Veteran Corporal Louis Mamula Dies at 96

Posted on July 22nd, 2018

WWII Marine Veteran Corporal Louis Mamula Dies at 96 Another of the “Greatest Generation” has passed from us. Louis Mamula, grandfather of RLF supporter Brian Mamula, died on June 29. He was 96. Louis, from Universal, Pennsylvania, lived in Lowellville, Ohio for most of his life, and was a 1940 graduate of Lowellville High School. […]

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WWII U.S. Navy Veteran and RLF Supporter Stanley Ryckman passes away at 94

Posted on July 11th, 2018

WWII U.S. Navy Veteran and RLF Supporter Stanley Ryckman passes away at 94 Ensign Stanley Jack Ryckman (Ret.) passed away in June at the age of 94. A resident of Mansfield, Ohio, Mr. Ryckman was born in Michigan and was commissioned in the US Navy in 1942. He served as an officer in the South […]

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RLF partner STIHL thanks America in a unique way

Posted on July 6th, 2018

RLF partner STIHL thanks America in a unique way STIHL America’s Virginia Beach facility issued this exceptional Independence Day greeting to America- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIen9OobaU8 STIHL has long been a supporter of veterans and a partner with Resurrecting Lives Foundation. In January, they recognized 6 of our veteran ambassadors as part of their Hearts of STIHL program […]

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The Power of Pause

Posted on July 6th, 2018

The Power of Pause Chrisanne Gordon, MD, has published an op-ed piece titled “A timely pause can save your life,” in the Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch, released on June 12, in which she cautions us to step away from our fast-paced lives to take a breath, much like a video gamer presses the “pause” button. “Our […]

Golf to Support RLF!

Posted on July 2nd, 2018

Mark your calendars for the annual Resurrecting Lives Foundation Charity Golf Outing, sponsored by Cardinal Health, on August 26 at the Golf Club of Dublin (Ohio). All proceeds raised go to RLF’s self-sustaining funding model. Last year the event raised more than $35,000 for our programs. You can be part of the fun – sign-up […]

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It takes a village to heal a soldier

Posted on July 2nd, 2018

Remy Hilchey It takes a village to heal a soldier Remy Hilchey is in the healing professions. She chose the speech therapy path for the impact she could have on others, especially on veterans. But she also has the ability to see the broader picture and to look at therapy differently. “This work really fell […]

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Gray Matter Innovations poised to take digiceuticals for TBI/PTSD to the next level

Posted on July 2nd, 2018

Digital health, digital therapy, digiceuticals: evolving terminology which all refer to “software that can improve a person’s health as much as a drug can, but without the same cost and side-effects,” according to a 2017 article in the MIT Technology Review. In fact, Gray Matter Innovations (GMI), created in 2017 by RLF founder and chair […]

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From the Board

Posted on July 2nd, 2018

Brigadier General (Ret.) Gerald Dieter Griffin, MD, PharmD BG Griffin (Ret.) served 41 ½ years in the US Army after completing medical and clinical pharmacy/pharmacology degrees and a residency in emergency medicine. Dr. Griffin currently serves as an ER physician in Pacific Grove, California with over 31 years of experience in clinical and basic research […]

“You have to have the determination to do it…”

Posted on July 2nd, 2018

Jarid Hilchey “You have to have the determination to do it…” His world changed when he hit an explosive in Iraq. From that moment to today, with a post-military career and an avocation of helping veterans, Jarid Hilchey has been traveling a long road. Jarid served in the Army for 21 years, but in 2006 […]