Denise “Dee” ElledgeSince arriving in Branson over 5 years ago, Dee was motivated by her deep appreciation for the sacrifice of our American Veterans. As a daughter of a Korean War Vet, she was excited to be able to organize a tribute to the Vets at Wal-mart on the strip during the first Veterans Week Celebration that she was a manager of the Wal-mart store. She was expecting only a few vets and ended up moving the event to the Branson Mall stage when more than 200 attended. From then on, she has been committed to “her” veterans and looks forward to the opportunity to show her great love and appreciation for every veteran she meets. Sarah Green HordSarah is a grateful granddaughter of a WWII veteran who has a passion for working with veterans and making them feel that their sacrifices are appreciated. She has help to plan hundreds of military reunions and events, honoring not only veterans, but their families as well. “…working with Sarah on the Branson Reunion was unique in that, her professional responsibilities aside, for Sarah her participation was personal . She became one of our shipmates. You see, Sarah loves her country and in particular, she loves its military veterans.” - Mike Neville USS Enterprise Fire Survivors.