Troop Thanks 2019

These are thank you notes from our troops that the Landstuhl Hospital Care Project has received for 2019.


November 8, 2019

Karen:

I read with great disappointment the notice in your recent newsletter that LHCP was discontinuing operations. I wanted to take a brief moment to express my deepest and most sincere thanks for the work you have done for our veterans. I personally benefited from your efforts and will never forget the generosity and kindness shown to me and my fellow Navy sailors in 2015 upon our return to Germany from Afghanistan. Gratitude for the support LHCP provided to me and my fellow vets will forever live in our hearts, despite this sad turn of events. You are an angel whose place in heaven has long been secured. I wish you the very best as you continue your Herculean efforts to help those who have placed themselves in harm’s way for their country.

With warmest personal regards, best wishes and most sincere gratitude to you and your fabulous staff,

Very respectfully,
David B. LCDR, USN
Scranton, PA


November 3, 2019

Hello!

I just got to Qatar a few weeks ago. I’m in the AFCENT band here and when cleaning the band room, we found this blanket! Not sure who to thank for it, but we love it. I love to wrap myself in it for movie nights. What a thoughtful and caring gesture. Thank you for the time and energy and love that was put into making and sending this blanket.

Happy holidays and warm wishes,

Nadia Sosnoski”


Navy Chaplain
Navy Chaplain

September 7, 2019

Karen,

First off it was a pleasure meeting you earlier this week and thank you for
all of the items along with the new grill, it will definitely be put to use
cooking for the crew. This will go a long way with the staff’s resiliency
and bring them closer together.

V/r

Senior Enlisted Leader
ECRC WTP Sembach Kaserne, Germany


September 4, 2019

Navy WTP Sembach Germany

Navy WTP Sembach Germany

Navy WTP Sembach Germany

Thank you Karen Grimord and Donna Bolen from the Landstuhl Hospital Care Project for supporting the thousands of Sailors that have passed through Warrior Translation Program in the last seven years.