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CTU Wounded Warrior Recipient Johnny Pel Receives Golf Clubs From Fellow Vet

CTU Wounded Warrior scholarship recipient, Johnny Pel, is sporting a new set of golf clubs.

The Pueblo Chieftain article covering the third annual Medal of Honor Foundation Golf Tournament in Pueblo, Colorado featured Pel and mentioned that he would like to continue to play and would be looking for equipment. Pel now has a great set of golf clubs courtesy of local veteran, Dave Kersten. Dave read the article about Johnny participating in the tournament and decided to take it upon himself to donate the clubs from “one vet to another.” Pel is a new resident of Pueblo and 11-year Army veteran wounded by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan in 2010.

The golf tournament is held each year to support Pueblo’s active military, veterans and the Medal of Honor Foundation.

(Photo of Kersten, left, and Pel, right)

Read full Pueblo Chieftain article

See more pictures of the event on Facebook

See the full list of CTU's 2012 Wounded Warrior Scholarship Recipients


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