Gary Gauthier Has Served The US Army For Many Years

Gary Gauthier is a spartan and a proud father of Michael Gauthier, who is a ranger in 505 parachute assult regiment  82nd airborn  division, currently serving in Iraq. Gary has himself served the US Army for many years and completed two tours to Vietnam and one tour to Heilbronn, Germany. During a combat in Vietnam, he sustained serious physical injuries. This incident inspired him to work for the welfare of veterans with physical disability. Gary is now a member of DAV (Disabled American Vets), which is a well-known organization in the United States, dedicated to serving veterans by empowering them to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity. He is also a respectable member of the Vietnam land clearers association, the US army 31st Combat Engineers.

Gary Gauthier is presently based in Okemos, Michigan, and serves as a mentor for the veterans court in Ingham County. He was appointed at this position in April 2013, following which he has been consistently working hard to perform his role to the best of his ability. Having served the US Army for several years, Gary holds a special place in his heart for vets and likes helping them in whatever way he can.

Other than working with vets, Gary Gauthier is involved in many other activities. For instance, he gives guitar lessons; runs his organization 501c, food for vets; etc. He began his career as a teacher in Lutheran high east and then worked in Roseville high school. He later ventured into the restaurant business & set up many restaurants in the United States. In the next few years, he also opened several sporting goods stores. Through all his business ventures, he earned great profits and made a name for himself in the market.

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