Usually one only considers providing for themselves and/or a spouse when it comes to their retirement funds, but John Gremling has provided twenty-three military veterans with a place to live. John has purchased homes to ensure that veterans have a place to live rather than making money.
Man uses retirement investments to help homeless military Veterans
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