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Wounded police officer from Novato makes difference for vets
10/1/2017

 

MARIN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL --- When San Francisco police Officer Kevin Downs was shot in the head and partially paralyzed while on duty last year, he and his wife, Corey, were grateful for the many offers of help and support they received in that dark hour …

For him and his wife, that disparity underlines the importance of the work they've been doing with post-9/11 military veterans through Ranchin' Vets, a nonprofit they founded five years ago. The organization places veterans in jobs on ranches and farms, giving them honest work and helping them in their transition from military to civilian life. Its motto: "Serving those who have served us."​

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Wounded police officer from Novato makes difference for vets