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Supporting Sgt. Cory Muzzy

Organized by: Stephanie Blackadar
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Help support Sgt. Muzzy's transition into his new life.

Cory sustained life altering injuries on the 21st of February during a training exercise at Fort Bragg. His recovery and transition will be long and costly. We aim to help the family offset some of these costs.

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All funds raised will be paid directly to Michelle Muzzy for support of her husbands transition as a wounded warrior.
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$1,540 raised
 
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Organized by Stephanie Blackadar

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Cory Muzzy was one of seven soldiers from 18th Fires Brigade with the 82nd Airborne injured on February 21, 2014 in a training accident on Fort Bragg. He has sustained many life-changing injuries including amputations and blindness in both eyes. He and his wife Michelle plus their support system have a long, difficult road ahead of them. While the Army will assist with some cost there are others the family can use assistance with including quality of life improvements to their home. Cory's parents have graciously offered to move from New Mexico to North Carolina to assist with his care and transition once released from the hospital. Cory also has a 3 year old son who will need his travel expenses covered. This fund was created to help the family offset cost as needed for as long as possible. Any amount helps and don't forget prayers cost you nothing! You can follow Cory's journey and leave encouraging words at his official Facebook page Team Muzzy

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Organized by Stephanie Blackadar

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Anonymous 3 shirts

Supporting Sgt. Cory and his family during this moment and still praying for you all.

T&S Foltz& Whipple Family 4 shirts
Anthony Parigi 1 shirt
McPherson Family 1 shirt

As a former Airborne warrior, my heart goes out to you in your time of need, and we hope this contribution helps in some small way. "No one has greater love than this, that someone would lay down his life for his friends." John 15:12-13

Nate's Aunt Cindy 2 shirts + $10

We need to support all of our veterans - Specially those coming home with injuries and illnesses. God bless them all.

Sgt Nathan Shumaker 2 shirts + $25
stefan morales 1 shirt

im sorry about what has happened and I know that it is a rough time for you and your family at this moment my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family and I hope things get better soon from a fellow NCO

kickeay hill 1 shirt

I am a solider my self so I know how it is we are here for you and our prayers are with you and your family

chris brewer 1 shirt

hey bro I heard what happened to you through my friend who is your your friend and any friend of my friend is a friend of mine

tina rackley 1 shirt

cory is a friend of mine and I am here to do anything to help him and his family

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