McMahon’s Transports Marines For 9/11 Tribute

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September 21, 2012 by   1 Comment

In commemoration of the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, Califoria-based McMahon’s RV recently provided transportation for three Marines who are recovering from injuries sustained during deployment in Afghanistan from Camp Pendleton to nonprofit Furnishing Hope’s Santa Ana warehouse. Combat veterans Mark Haney, Alex Reyna and Caleb Baxcsi were warmly greeted by volunteers from Home Depot and Bank of America who were at the warehouse to clean, organize and sort home furnishings, which the organization provides for Wounded Warriors who live near the medical facilities at the base. The Marines toured the facility before returning home. “We were honored to provide transportation for these American heroes,” said Brent McMahon, owner of McMahon’s RV. “We thank them for their service and hope they will recover soon.” OneOC, formerly Volunteer Center Orange County, helped organize the event, which was one of several service-oriented projects focused on the themes of support for veterans, disaster preparedness, education, and hunger/homelessness to highlight the 9/11 commemoration. “In the spirit of making our county a better place in remembrance of the tragedy of 9/11, these countywide service projects and events engaged prospective volunteers, asking them to participate in activities that support our troops and veterans, and improve the safety and vitality of Orange County residents,” said Daniel J. McQuaid, OneOC president and CEO. “We thank all of our volunteers, including McMahon’s RV, for their participation.”



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One Response to “McMahon’s Transports Marines For 9/11 Tribute”

  1. Mark on September 24th, 2012 5:48 pm

    Nice job!