It’s an honor to work with such an amazing group of individuals each day! Thank you for your service and sacrifices so that we can live in a free country.
Brent Landau, Veterans Resource Center
I am proud to be the granddaughter, niece, cousin, and sister to men who have served in the military. Thank you to all who have served and continue to serve!
Sarah Woods, Veterans Resource Center
I am a proud daughter in-law of a Korean War veteran. My niece is currently completing her residency at a veteran hospital in Texas for the Army. Thank you to all our veterans for your courage, strength and sacrifice in keeping us safe.
Maria Marsh, Veterans Resource Center
I am the proud daughter of a World War II veteran and grateful every day for the service of our men and women in uniform!
Cheryl Hagen, Vice President of Student Services
My grandfathers, aunt, uncle, and 2 cousins have proudly served, each in a different branch of the military. My aunt died 5 years ago due to health complications from unknowingly handling agent orange during her time in the Air Force during the Vietnam War. She never took a penny from her earned veteran’s benefits, saying the honor was serving her country, and she knew her life was at stake then and now. Our gratitude can never match the sacrifices willingly made by our Veterans.
Haley Mulka, Admissions
As a Daughter, Sister, Sister-in-law, Aunt and Friend to many veterans, I realize the sacrifice & commitment that they have given. I just want to express my deep gratitude to all that are serving or have served our country! Be safe!
Lisa Warrick, Liberal Arts
Thank you for making this world a better place with your courage, sacrifice, and dedication to our country.
Michelle Stando, Research and Analytics
As the proud daughter of a Vietnam War veteran, I sincerely thank all of our veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice. Your courage and selflessness is appreciated beyond words.
Angela Ackman, Admissions
I am a Veteran of the US Army and was in the last graduating “class” of the Women’s Army Corp (WAC). Having enlisted in the ‘70’s, just after Vietnam and when patriotism was publicly scorned, it’s wonderful now to see that service members are getting the respect they truly deserve.
Ann Prenger, Continuing Education and Professional Development
Thank you to those of you who serve, have served, or are supporting someone who serves in the military. It’s such a priceless gift to have a safe and free country in which to raise our families and live our lives.
Julie Hill, Career Services and the Hinkle Center
Your brave service allows the rest of us to live in the land of the free. Thank you for your courage and dedication to this nation.
Michelle Fuher, Continuing Education and Professional Development
Thank you for serving our country and keeping Americans safe!
Laurie Kattuah-Snyder, Associate Dean of Advising and Partnerships
I am the daughter and niece of a number of dedicated US Navy and Army veterans who served in the Pacific and in Europe during World War II as well as the niece of a career Marine who served for his country in Korea and Vietnam. Many of my cousins have chosen careers in various branches of the service. I respect and thank all those who choose to serve.
Cheryl Snyder, Chemistry Instructor
On this day, we honor all current and former members of all branches of Our Armed Services. Our country’s greatness is built on the foundation of your courage and sacrifice. It is this respect and regard that I hold as precious to exercise every day as a Proud and Loyal American living under the blanket of Freedom that You provide!
HUA! Hoorah! Hooah! Hooyah! and Oorah!
Gregory Czar, Psychology Instructor
With respect, honor and gratitude. Thank You Veterans!
Carole Booms, Schoolcraft College Foundation
I am proud to be married to a man who served our country in the military. We donate money and time to events that support our veterans and are very proud to be a part of those events. Thank you to all that have served and protected us in the past, the present, and the future.
Catherine McCardell, Associate Dean – Enrollment Services
It is today and every day that I feel most fortunate and privileged to live in a country that is protected by Americans who bravely sacrifice their own comfort and safety for the sake of others. I am forever grateful to all those who serve. Happy Veteran’s Day.
Melissa Schultz, Learning Support Services
Thank you so much for your bravery in protecting and defending our freedom and way of Life. I am truly grateful.
Jean Colling, Admissions
Thank you for your service to our country!!!! Regardless of the branch you served in, the position you had, or your rank, you helped keep us safe and had a role in making the United States of America strong. Thank you and Happy Veterans Day,
Cheryl Hawkins, PhD, Vice President and Chief Academic Officer
Words cannot express how much I appreciate all of the men and women who have or are currently serving our country. Not only by putting their own lives on the line, but also sacrificing time with their own loved ones to fight for the freedoms that we have. I am proud to say that my cousin is actively serving in the Army and have another close family friend who is currently deployed. Thank you for your courage, strength and sacrifice.
Lauren Mele - Nursing
With deep respect and gratitude to each Schoolcraft veteran for your service in our U.S. Armed Forces. Thank you!
Also honoring my family servicemen: WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Gulf
Rachel P., CEPD