Shon Moore has always been driven to make a difference especially when it comes to helping others in need. As a young man he contemplated either becoming a police officer or a Untied States soldier. He joined the junior ROTC program in high school and mustered into the army as a second lieutenant after graduating college near the top of his class. He served 25 years in the army rising to Lieutenant Colonel. His long service has left him at 100% disabled due to traumatic brain injury due to an IED attack as well as ongoing PTSD from watching numerous friends become disabled or lose their lives.
Shon has been recognized for his service accomplishments, during his service being awarded, among others, the Korean Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Combat Action Ribbon, Combat Action Badge, Korea Defense Service Medal, Global War On Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Korea Duty Medal and Purple Heart.
However, his service has exacted a toll…