In this last installment in a series on veterans in the Louisville, we turn not to recent entries into the community but rather to those veterans who have transitioned from military duty to a different successful role in the city.Throughout the years, many veterans served when called to duty through the draft – others volunteered. At the end of the tour of duty, many resumed their former life or built a new one. These veterans quietly made that transition years ago. They have contributed immeasurably to the community in their civilian lives. We should be thankful that they and so many other veterans are a part of our community. They are a part of who we are – they are the veterans among us.Here are some stories from the many veterans who lead their lives and contribute to the Louisville community. Read this: List of events for the Mayor’s Week of Valor 2017 More: Louisville soldier and his big family know the price of military service Sgt. W. Roger Drury (retired CFO of Humana)“I signed out at Fort Bragg, jumped in the car and headed down a two-lane road back toward Louisville. I turned on the AM radio in my old standard gear car and John Denver was… Read full this story
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