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Guadalupe, Calif. – Welcome Home Military Heroes provided the flag line for a local WWII Veteran that passed away. They also had a few trucks in the Military escort. Below is the story from KCOY. SANTA MARIA, Calif. – War hero Bindo Grasso was laid to rest on Saturday in his home town of Guadalupe…

San Luis Obispo, CA: Members of Welcome Home Military Heroes welcomed almost a dozen Wounded Veterans to the Central Coast. Below is the story written by KSBY: Operation Surf kicked off its 10th year anniversary by greeting a mixture of 30 wounded veterans and active military members at the San Luis Obispo Regional Airport. Eight…

Bindo Grasso, believed to be the last known D-Day Pathfinder, died on Monday in Guadalupe, California. He was 96 years old and living in Guadalupe, California. He was surrounded by his family and friends including his Son Phillip and Daughter Sandra. Grasso, asked for his Desert Storm Veteran Granddaughter, Stacy Moody, to stand watch over…

Arroyo Grande, CA: Welcome Home Military Heroes is happy to announce that our fifth annual ‘Celebrate Our Veterans’ Fundraiser tickets are now for sell. Over the years they have honored our hundreds of our local Military Heroes. Below is the information. To by tickets, please click: Celebrate Our Veterans Welcome Home Military Heroes invites you…

LOMPOC, Calif. — On Saturday, a flag line was held to honor Marlon Brumfield during his funeral. The flag line was held at True Vine Bible Fellowship in Lompoc and was hosted by members of Welcome Home Military Heroes. Attendees wore “Welcome home” t-shirts and patriotic colors to the Army member’s funeral. Brumfield was shot…

Arroyo Grande, CA: Welcome Home Military Heroes has announced that they will be providing the flag line for Army Specialist Marlon Brumfield. SPC Brumfield was shot and killed while he was home on leave. He was 22 years old at the time of his death. Below is the announced from their Public Facebook page: Welcome…

11 September 2019: Welcome Home Military Heroes celebrated their 9th anniversary in a HUGE way! On September 11, 2010, one very Patriotic family came together and started a non-profit organization that would welcome home their local Military Heroes. They started calling it, “Welcome Home Troops.” After a few name changes they finalized it and the…

11 September 2019: Central coast residents welcomed home veterans from the honor flight. World War II and Korean veterans arrived at the San Luis Obispo Regional Airport Wednesday night. People cheered and waved American flags provided by ‘Welcome Home Military Heroes’. Twenty-two veterans came home after a three-day trip to Washington D.C. The trip is…

The Los Angeles Dodgers surprised a Grover Beach WWII Veteran in a big way. Frosty Frost, who just turned 100 years old, was taken onto the field at Dodgers Stadium and was recognized for his amazing Military Service during WWII. Two of the Board Members of Welcome Home Military Heroes had the honor to be…

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