Guest: Micah Kidney, Zack Tracey, Wes Black, Diane DeLuzio, Mark DeLuzio
In this episode, I asked a few of my brother’s friends and family members to share stories about him to commemorate the 10 year anniversary of his death in Afghanistan.
Guest: Sherry Walling
Dr. Sherry Walling is a clinical psychologist, speaker, yoga teacher, podcaster, entrepreneur, and best-selling author. We touched on a wide range of subjects. Veteran suicide, the VA, when the right time is to seek help, relational and moral injuries, and a whole lot more.
Guest: Valerie Pallotta
Valerie Pallotta is an Army mom, whose son Josh deployed to Afghanistan in 2010. After returning home, Josh suffered with Post Traumatic Stress for several years. Unfortunately he lost that battle in 2014.
Guest: Brooke Siem
Brooke Siem is unlike many of our guests in that she’s not a veteran. However, her story is one that sounds all too familiar to many veterans.
Guest: Mark DeLuzio
Mark DeLuzio, talks about how he’s giving back to veterans through his organization B.R.A.V.E. which helps veteran entrepreneurs get their businesses started. They also help veterans find jobs in their industry.
Guest: Diane DeLuzio
In this episode my mother, Diane DeLuzio, shares what it is like to be a Gold Star Mother after losing her son (my brother) in Afghanistan. We talk about the coping mechanisms she used and how that turned into an outlet to help others. Links and Resources About Gold Star Mothers founding mother, Grace Darling…
Guest: Wes Black
In this episode, we pick up where we left off and begin by talking about my brother Steven. Wes was on the mission that Steven was killed on, so he opens up about how that mission went. Wes and I also share some light hearted stories about Steven that are sure to get a laugh....
Guest: Scott DeLuzio
In this special podcast episode, I am remembering the 9 year anniversary of the death of my brother, SGT Steven DeLuzio, which is coming up later this week on August 22nd. I’m sharing memories and lessons that I learned from losing someone so close to me.
Guest: Chris Weir
Chris Weir is a Gold Star brother, who lost his brother David in Iraq. I wanted to have Chris on the show to discuss what he experienced in losing his brother, and how he eventually made the decision to follow his brother’s path and join the 101st Airborne where his brother previously served.