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Military Appreciation

Congress designated May as National Military Appreciation Month in 1999 to ensure the nation was given the opportunity to publicly demonstrate their appreciation for the sacrifices and successes made by our service members.

Path & Post is proud to send past clients William & Amy Miller to the Atlanta Braves Military Appreciation Day on May 20th vs the Washington Nationals.

William Miller served in the USMC as an ordnance technician and later military police. He transitioned to civilian law enforcement and served as both police officer and later as a deputy sheriff. Recently he decided to go back to driving truck for the betterment of his family.

Amy Miller served in the USAF as a security forces member and unfortunately her dreams of being career military came to a crashing halt when she was medically separated due to a spinal injury. Two major surgeries in the past year has been tough on her and the family, but she has not lost hope of finding relief.

“The past year has been a hard one for sure and winning the tickets is definitely a happy and welcome surprise. Times have been tough but we are very blessed. Especially being able to live in a house that we have dreamed about. We have moved around a lot and to finally give Jasmine (their daughter) stability is wonderful. Our wings have finally been clipped and I am happy to say that we have put down some roots – thanks to you, Bobby!!! Buying our home was a breeze and we are so blessed for where we are. Thank you, Thank you!!!”

When asked about her experience working with Bobby Murphy and our Path & Post Team, Amy Said,

“Buying a home is not a process considered to be fun but Bobby Murphy not only helped us find our dream home but as quickly and painlessly as possible. He always returned calls, was available for any questions/concerns unlike other realtors from other agencies in the past. He truly listened to what we wanted and in return we are now living in the house we have always envisioned. Thank you, Bobby Murphy and Path & Post!”

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