Sergeant John Reid can’t thank the Semper Fi Fund organization enough for providing immediate help for his family as well as fellow Marines’ that were wounded, critically ill, or injured while serving. So, John is paying it forward the best way he knows how, by competing in the 30-mile bike race called Iceman Cometh and raising $5,000 for the Semper Fi Fund.
Retired Marine needs help for next mission to pay it forward
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