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Donald Daughenbaugh

Vice President of Field Operations

CSAH

HQ Phone:  (914) 432-5400

Email: d***@***.org

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CSAH

2 Church St. Suite 101

Ossining, New York,10562

United States

Company Description

The Coalition to Salute America's Heroes was created to provide a way for individuals, corporations and others to help our severely wounded and disabled Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom veterans and their families rebuild their lives. The... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President Field Operations

Coalition to Salute America's Heroes


Affiliations

Salute America's Heroes

Board Member


BABASOTI

Advisory Board Member


Education

San Jacinto Community College


Web References(36 Total References)


saluteheroes.org

Donny Daughenbaugh
portrait of Donny Daughenbaugh In October 2004 in Mahmoudiya, a city south of Baghdad, Donny was on a night foot patrol conducting vehicle searches. When a vehicle approached to be searched, the driver became irate and sped off. He engaged the squad of Marines with an AK-47 rifle and as Marines are taught, if you have no cover and concealment, make yourself a small target. As Cpl. Daughenbaugh was in the prone position flashes from the muzzle were aimed in his direction. One of those bullets hit Donny in the face, broke his jaw and severely damaged his nerves. His jaw was wired shut to heal the break and the bullet left in place, too close to vital nerves to be removed. Donny Was sent to Landstuhl Germany for weeks of stabilization and additional surgery until he was well enough to be sent home, to see his wife and daughter for the first time since his injury occurred. The bullet has caused considerable damage to his nerves, tongue and neck and is still today, causing more problems but strengthening Donny's personal commitment to caring for other wounded veterans. He works with CSAH as the Vice President of Field Operations and as a national spokesperson. His involvement with the Coalition has not only helped Donny in his own recovery, but as an active representative of the organization, Cpl. Daughenbaugh has been able to inspire others through his story of resilience and the positive effects a family can have on one's recovery. Donny lives in League City TX with his beautiful wife Sarah and their two children Gabby and Kollin.


saluteheroes.org

Donny Daughenbaugh, U.S. Marine Corps (Ret.)
Vice President, Field Operations National Spokesperson


saluteheroes.org

Donny Daughenbaugh, USMC (ret.)
National Spokesman



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Donald Daughenbaugh, USMC.
While serving in Iraq, Donny was on patrol and was shot in the face at point blank range. The bullet was inoperable and is still lodged in his skull today, very close to the spinal nerves. The suffering that Donny endures has not stopped him from moving forward; a loving husband, a young father, an American, a proud Marine and the first Sentinel for the state of Texas. Donny is currently fulfilling his lifelong dream by attending San Jacinto Community College, with the intention of transferring to University of Houston, Clear Lake.


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