Automation Personnel Services, Inc. has teamed up with the House of Jordan to help our military veterans who suffer from post- traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other effects of military service. The House of Jordan is a Tennessee-based kennel that breeds exceptional 100 percent West German show line shepherds. These dogs come from a bloodline that makes them a great companion dog that is intelligent, loyal, protective and beautiful.
Carson, a one- year old West German Shepherd, is one of the first dogs donated by Automation Personnel. His new partner is Ed “Cowboy” Lewis, a 15-year Airforce Veteran, who served in Vietnam. Ed founded the Ride of the Brotherhood organization (http://www.rideofthebrotherhood.org), a group of veterans on motorcycles who participate in numerous charity events to support veterans and others.
Ed “Cowboy” Lewis is not only a veteran in need of a service dog. He is an advocate, a warrior, and a powerhouse committed to spreading awareness and exciting support for veterans helping veterans through his nonprofit organization, Ride of the Brotherhood.
Carson took to the family like they always belonged together, and it was a beautiful sight to see the way he stood by Ed and watched over his grandchildren. With Carson by his side, Ed “Cowboy” Lewis will continue to work and ride tirelessly to support charities both Veteran related and otherwise.
“We are honored to be able to help Ed as he helps others who have served our country and sacrificed so much for our freedom,” says Leslie Nordness, who co-founded Automation Personnel Services, Inc. 26 years ago with her husband, Stephen Nordness. “A big THANK YOU to Ed, his family and all to of our men and women who serve our country.”
Automation Personnel is proud to partner with The House of Jordan to donate these beautiful service dogs to our veterans.
Interested individuals can apply for a puppy, and after they are trained as service dogs, they are given to the most deserving applicant. The first puppy donated by Automation Personnel is Carson, and his new partner is Ed “Cowboy” Lewis. We are honored to be able to help Ed as he helps others who have served our country and sacrificed so much for our freedom! A big THANK YOU to Ed, his family and all of our noble veterans. May Carson bring you comfort and assist you as you continue working to bring honor and support to our veterans!
To learn more about Automation Personnel Services, Inc. participation with this program, log on to http://www.houseofjordangsds.com to learn the specifics of our operation #AutomationHasHeart.