Tulsa, Oklahoma 2021-09-12 17:58:19 –
Tulsa, Oklahoma — For more than a decade, a local organization has served Tulsa veterans.
The coffee bunker celebrated its 11th anniversary on Sunday, September 12th.
Coffee Bunker was founded to support the transition of veterans from military to civilian life.
Mary Regio, the founder of the coffee bunker, knows it well.
Her son, Daniel Legion, engaged in two deployments in Iraq as a Marine, but his return to private life was not easy.
Mary founded a coffee bunker after she died of suicide. The tragedy has created a place where veterans can find support and resources.
For the past 11 years, Coffee Bunker has given veterans hope and tied them to the support and resources that help them return to society after service.
“My heart sees veterans being helped, supported, connected and resourced, find what they need, the community puts it off, and they put it on our community. Helped not to feel so isolated by, and only looked at them. Updated, veterans and families will be spared all this devastation and broken heart that suicide brings, “Legion said. ..
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