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Suffolk Homefront Inc. Visits Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington D.C.

May 1, 2008 we spent time at Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington DC visiting a very special Suffolk County resident who was traumatically injured in combat on March 16, 2008. Cpl Christopher Levi, a Holbrook resident, and an Army Ranger lost both of his legs and severely injured his right arm when the Humvee he was riding in was hit with an explosive device.  Despite the severity of his injuries, Chris' attitude was amazingly positive and inspiring and no doubt will lead him through his recovery.  He is a true hero and we feel honored to have spent some time with him.  

Chris putting on his Jeffrey Wiener KIA memorial bracelet that Maria gave us to present to him

Cindy, Sam, and Rene with Chris showing off his Miller Lite T-shirt, courtesy of Boening Bros.

Brianna and Meghan with Chris in his "cool shades" . Another one of the goodies we brought.

Chris said he couldn't believe everything in the bag was for him, but he was glad it was.


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