Monday, July 20, 2009

Retired Master Sergeant Thomas Morrissey Speaks of Higher Callings

During the opening session attendees heard a message of hope and commitment from NFRC member and veteran Thomas Morrissey, who retired from the military after 30 years of service. After being wounded while serving in Afghanistan he endured three years of surgeries and rehabilitation.

This NFRC volunteer and vice president with Hunter Douglas, Inc., graciously shared his inspirational story. He credits collective training and experience to helping him survive that day.

Morrissey returned to the civilian sector after his lengthy rehabilitation. He reminded attendees that higher callings aren’t restricted to military service. He said that serving NFRC is a higher calling because the organization’s work benefits consumers.

He offered to share more about his experience on a one-on-one basis with meeting attendees throughout the conference.

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