“It’s not just the hunts. This changes people’s lives.”
Rob Roden said those words when he closed his short bit at the podium Friday night at the second Wounded Warriors Sportsmen Fund fundraiser. Roden, who now lives in Orlando and is studying to be an engineering mechanic at Embry Riddle, has been a part of the Wounded Warriors since he came home from Iraqi Freedom without a leg from battle. He said the object of Wounded Warriors isn’t solely on the hunts they take wounded veterans on, but it is the hook to show them they are no different despite their injuries; it also is to thank them for the sacrifice they made for their country.
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