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“My dad, my dad’s father, and my mom’s father and stepfather all served in the military,” David said. “It’s a big tradition in my family, and I knew the first time I heard about Wounded Warrior Project, I wanted to try to honor their service by supporting a cause worthy of their memory.”
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