COLLEYVILLE, TX – The Texas Sentinels Foundation (a 501c3 foundation) will host a formal presentation dedicating a new home to United States Army Sergeant Greg Dotson and his family (a wife and six daughters). The home dedication will take place on Wednesday, June 10 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 4704 Slide Road in Fort Worth 76244. The mortgage-free home is furnished and staged for the presentation. Local police, fire, and political dignitaries are invited, along with the Patriot Guard Riders, local Lion’s & Rotary Clubs, and the event is open to the public.
The Texas Sentinels Foundation was created to give back to the men and women of our Armed Services who have served our country. Through their personal sacrifice and heroic dedication, we enjoy the freedoms and security of this great nation. This foundation is an opportunity for all citizens to help create a better life for wounded warriors and their families, to say ‘Thank You.’ The Texas Sentinels Foundation provides qualified post 9/11 wounded warriors and their families with new 100% debt-free, mortgage-free, ADA compliant, fully furnished homes in Texas.
We also provide as part of a life scholarship job placement and ongoing mentorship, enabling returning veterans to realize their families’ dreams. Never before in this nation has a comprehensive scholarship of this kind been offered to the members of our Armed Forces who return to us severely wounded or injured. Ninety-seven cents of every donor dollar goes directly to our TSF wounded warriors. The Texas Sentinels Foundation is an all-volunteer organization supported by generous American patriots (listed below).
SGT Greg Dotson gives new meaning to the adage “ARMY STRONG”. SGT Greg Dotson served as an Army combat medic for 10 years and is credited with saving the lives of more than 160 soldiers during two combat tours in Iraq. A native of Red Bud, Illinois, SGT Dotson enlisted in the Army at the age of 17. SGT Dotson was a line medic with the 1st CAV Division, in the Diyala Province, Iraq in 2007 when a 500 lb. high explosive bomb was detonated under his legs.
As a result, SGT Dotson lost his left leg, part of his right thigh, and he sustained extensive damage to his right leg ankle and back. SGT Dotson suffers from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) and Post-Concussion Syndrome. SGT Dotson still deals with medical issues regarding the shrapnel in his face, head and body, and he has endured more than 30 surgeries with the most recent occurring in March 2015.
SGT Dotson was awarded the Purple Heart, Army Achievement Medal (2nd), Army Good Conduct Medal, ARCOM, National Defense Service Medal, GWOT Exp Medal, GWOT Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal with Star, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Ribbon (2nd), and the Armed Forces Reserve Medal with M Device.
SGT Dotson was medically retired from the Army and immediately sought employment as a contractor helping U.S. troops deployed to Afghanistan. SGT Dotson worked to build base camps and establish Emergency Operations Teams for U.S. Forces in Afghanistan. SGT Dotson returned to the Dallas area and currently works for Fluor Corporation.
SGT Dotson is a devoted husband and the father. He appreciates the opportunities he has been given. He uses his knowledge and experiences to help others as well as influence positive change in young people. Most weekends, you will find SGT Dotson and his family on the basketball court or tackling some worthwhile outdoor adventure.
The Texas Sentinels Foundation is designed to allow everyone a chance to give back to those who have given so much. The homes we provide our Texas Sentinels are made possible thanks to the support of many individuals and businesses. From suppliers, to contractors, vendors and donors, the Texas Sentinels Foundation offers its most grateful thanks to all those involved in building a new life for SGT Greg Dotson and his family. The donors and supporters for SGT Dotson’s new home are listed below.
FLUOR Corporation (largest sponsor) Garabedian Properties (second largest sponsor) Miller Public Relations Kleiman-Evangelista Eye Center RE/MAX Masters (Keely Harris, Kelly Wheeler, Jan Ramsey, Frances Bankester, Jeannie Dalmolin, Liz Maddox, Jose & Kristina Guzman, Victor & Shari Burns, and Rebecca Schragin) Hexter-Fair, First American Title Platinum Painting Premier Oaks Landscape Management Chem Can Services, LLC Builder Recovery Services, LLC T&L Distributing Kroger Craig Lemmon Inspections Integrity Foundation Repair Home Depot Dal-Tile Scott Lepp, Prodigy Flooring Keller Glass Laticcrete International Universal Electronics Flooring Inspirations Custom Trim Napier Construction Buchanan Drywall Blaize Plumbing Ferguson Enterprises Lee Lighting Brad Oliver, Electrictian Bob & Valerie Arends, It’s Your Move Shannon Brewery Kelly-Moore Paints Kroger Dr. Pepper Snapple Trophy Club Salutes Wounded Warriors 360 West Magazine Reliant Energy K Magazine Jill Hammonds, JR Designs Samantha Springs Water Lion’s Club of Keller Rotary Club of Keller Ft. Worth Weekly Coffee House Weekly Movie Tavern – Keller
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