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Meet the Thompson family! KOVH's first official veteran family of the month!






My name is Justin, and my journey has been one of resilience, service, and profound love for my family. From September 2005 to September 2013, I proudly served in the US Air Force as both a Nuclear Weapons Warhead Maintainer and a Personnelist. After my time in the military, I channeled my dedication into nursing school, graduating with my RN in just 2.5 years.


Life blessed me with five incredible children, each of whom holds a piece of my heart. My eldest, 18 and 13, had to return to Ohio with my parents to access the critical cardiac and mental health care they needed. The separation was heart-wrenching but necessary for their well-being. My middle daughter, now 8, has been absent from my life for over four years due to a painful family conflict that tore us apart in April 2020.


Now, I am remarried and raising two young children, ages 3 and 11 months. Despite the challenges we've faced, including broken promises from an employer that brought us to Colorado only to leave us stranded without warning, we continue to push forward. Our journey is marked by hope, strength, and an unbreakable bond as we strive to create a stable and loving home.

Our story is one of perseverance and an unwavering commitment to family, despite the trials and tribulations we've encountered.




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