PKSD Helps Welcome Local Veteran Home from Honor Flight

Posted by PKSD Law Firm on May 22, 2015 in Firm News

The PKSD team recently had the honor of welcoming our client and dear friend, Charlie Brintnall, home from his Stars & Stripes Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. where he had the opportunity to visit and reflect on the memorials that were built in honor and recognition of the sacrifices that he and countless other veterans have made for this country.

PKSD is proud to support veterans like Charlie, who selflessly lay their lives on the line to protect the freedoms we cherish and the land we call home.

A retired Navy veteran, Charlie served in the Taiwan Strait Crisis in the 1950s. With a family history of military service dating back to the Civil War, he felt a call to duty.

He served as an Aviation Boatswain Mate aboard the USS Lexington, tending to the steam catapult and arresting gear aboard aircraft carriers.

Its an honor and privilege to serve those that have served our country..."

Attorney Jeff Pitman

Through his service, he traveled to Hawaii, Hong Kong, Manila and a number of other major ports in the Pacific.

In honor of Charlie, our firm was a proud sponsor at the recent Badger Honor Flight Golf Outing that raised funds so more local heroes like Charlie will be able to experience this unique opportunity.

Its an honor and privilege to serve those that have served our country. PKSD is committed to our clients and the community. It brings us great pride to honor all heroes, said attorney Jeff Pitman.

PKSD is an avid supporter of veterans both in the courtroom and in the community. We support several local foundations, including the Wisconsin American Legion, the Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative, Stars & Stripes Honor Flight and the Badger Honor Flight.

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