Spire Recovery Solutions Continues Support of Naked Warrior Project

LOCKPORT, N.Y. -- Spire Recovery Solutions is continuing its support of fallen Special Operations Veterans and their families with a recent contribution to Naked Warrior Project, a nonprofit organization that helps to preserve the memory of the fallen while providing support for their families.

Naked Warrior Project was founded by retired Navy SEAL John Owens in honor of his younger brother, Ryan Owens, a fellow Navy SEAL killed in action on January 29, 2017, on a successful mission against Al Qaeda militants in Yemen. Ryan served in the Navy for 18 years, including 12 combat tours. The 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation based in Florida holds events locally and nationwide, including fishing tournaments, golf tournaments, memorial dinners, and beach runs yearly to raise funds for its missionto honor fallen Navy SEALs and Special Operations warriors that have sacrificed their lives for our freedom.” 

Naked Warrior Project works to educate citizens and build awareness of the courageous sacrifices made by warriors such as Mr. Owens, to memorialize their lives and legacies with physical memorials in their hometowns, and to connect families walking through similar paths of loss. In addition to helping Gold Star Families remain connected to community support, the foundation provides grants to support the Gold Star children specifically. 

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