Col. Mike K. Johnson--It has been an honor

Cara Schingeck

Tacoma, United States

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Our Community Conversations of Hope with Cara Schingeck Joint Services Support J9 Tacoma
Part 1

Continuation of the meeting people working together to help soldier and their families and our community

Our Community: Conversations of Hope with Cara Schingeck—Joint Services Support at Camp Murray in Tacoma, Washington by Cara Schingeck in June 2011 Watch, Listen, Learn: I was invited by then Colonel Mike Johnson now retired and Executive Director of Lakewood YMCA to sit in on a meeting of J9 you will hear me taking notes, moving in my chair (yes, it may distract you but you are here with me in this meeting) where military people get together to collaborate and work together to help support our military and military families; Listen as I did to how many in our community come together to give hope to our soldiers and their families, to provide information, services, education, training you will find help in this informative audio and photos from their generous invitation to me…forgive my noise listen to their conversation…I was trying to take notes on all of the information so much so many services in our community for you for us.
Joint Services Support website
Part 1 of meeting / documentary of military families / my novel

Col. Mike K. Johnson has been an honor

This soldier, this veteran, this community member who continues to serve his country has not given up and does more for us all he understands us and by “us” I mean military, military families, veterans.

Thank you ret Col. Mike K. Johnson.

I had the great gift of meeting and getting to know ret Col. Mike K. Johnson on June 20, 2011 who at that time was the Director of the Joint Services Support in Tacoma, Washington.

Contact Information:

Mike Johnson | Executive Director
LAKEWOOD YMCA | 9715 LakewoodDr. Lakewood Wa 98499

P 253-460-8915 C 253-377-2839 | |

Thank you Mike K. Johnson for supporting my family, my brother helping him to come home this year giving of yourself providing us your time and your resources—one soldiers to another.

It takes courage and strength of a warrior to ask for help

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