Army veteran, Rick Brown has traveled around the state of Indiana to make sure those who served are never forgotten. Although he depends on a special power chair to get around, he doesn’t let that limit him from serving those who have fallen by cleaning and polishing hundreds of their gravestones. Having received the 2017 Disabled Vet of Year Award, Rick’s was honored but he says the real honor would be someone continuing after he is no longer able to do so.
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