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Jim Retzke

Jim Retzke

Class of 1980

Hello Prospect High School Alumni-

Below is an invitation to read about an organization I lead and an invitation to contact me to discern how you may assist the men and women who defend and protect our nation each day sacrificially, our need is great.

The Fallen Soldiers March is a collaborative labor of love and we have committed to our Veteran Supporters and others that there will be no full-time paid positions unless corporations, privately held businesses, individuals and/or foundations underwrite a completely separate operating budget to correct the frustration donors often express about their donations going towards funding the excessive salaries of Executive Administrators. Moreover, we have been successful to date to have everything donated or privately funded, including legal incorporation, trademark and counseling fees, CPA fees, Board Insurance Fees, Website design & Maintenance Fees, etc.

We have publicized our commitment to our objectives, please watch this privately funded music video to the end, I suspect the message at the end may resonate emphasizing responsible stewardship to honor the sacrifices of those who serve and protect us. Joey James Band & Fallen Soldiers March Armed Forces Day Tribute - “I Still Got Your Back”

FSM seeks assistance to advance our objectives to raise funds to purchase Service Dogs for Veterans and to work towards our long-term vision of constructing a Fallen Soldiers March Ranch that host a state of the art Service Dog Training Center to train Service Dogs for Vets, future Service Dog Trainers needed to impact the demand/supply imbalance and the costs deterring our Veterans from obtaining highly trained Service Dogs. We would like to also offer biblical counseling services and basic medical care to Vets and their family members in the future.

The Fallen Soldiers March is a Middle Tennessee based 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization:

Why Our US Military Veterans are not being provided Service Dogs by our government:

The Fallen Soldiers March Board passionately reveres the inspired Word of God in John 15:13 “Greater love has no man than this, than to lay down one’s life for his friends.”

The daily examples of our United States Military personnel’s personification of the principle God spoke through John is often contrasted by our governmental paradox of rhetorically communicating heroism during active duty; yet undermining rules for engagement, compensation, healthcare and benefits desperately needed by our warriors and their families.

We strive to honor our warrior’s selfless and sacrificial actions by inspiring patriotic acts of kindness and conduct to compensate for the historical and current selfishness modeled by many in government leadership.

Our vision is to revive and inspire patriotism across America by teaching it by example to our children. To that end, we pray that God ignites a grassfire across our great nation, inspiring an exodus from selfishness; stirring “We the people” to honor our Creator by applying in our lives the biblical principles taught by His Son Jesus and the divinely inspired providential document of the United States Constitution.

Janine, thank you for giving my request your consideration.

With warmest regards & respect,


Jim Retzke
Fallen Soldiers March

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