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MC-LEF Provides Financial Assistance to the Cahir Twins
MC-LEF Provides Financial Assistance to the Cahir Twins
On May 15, 2010 at the Cahir residence in Alexandria, Virginia. Foundation Director Pat Haynes and LtGen. D'Wayne Gray USMC (ret) presented Mrs. Rene Cahir Browne with scholarship bonds for 5 month old twin girls Caroline and Elizabeth Cahir...read more
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Foundation Aids Marine Family
Foundation Aids Marine Family
The Marine Corps-Law Enforcement Foundation presented $30,000 in US Treasury Bonds to the family of Cpl. Dustin L. Turpen, USMC who served three tours of duty in Iraq. Cpl Turpen died in his base housing family residence on 31 January, 2010 at Marine Corps Base Quantico, VA...read more
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MC-LEF Provides Financial Assistance to Cole Richardson
MC-LEF Provides Financial Assistance to Cole Richardson
On August 28th 2009, Staff Sergeant Gerald Leigh and Gunnery Sergeant Vicente Segura presented $30,000 in bonds to 8-year-old Cole Richardson, son of Marine Chief Warrant Officer 2 Ricky Richardson Jr., who was killed while serving as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal officer in Afghanistan on June 10, 2009...read more
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$60,000 Presented to Abigail and Chase Spicer
$60,000 Presented to Abigail and Chase Spicer
On 14 August 2009 Bob Wagner, head of Military Personnel Services Branch, HQMC presented Mrs. Katrina A. Spicer, wife of GySgt. David Shane Spicer USMC, scholarship bonds valued at $60,000.00 for her young children, 15- month old, Abigail and newborn, Chance...read more
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Murdered CBP Officer's Sons Receive College Bonds from MC-LEF
Murdered CBP Officer's Sons Receive College Bonds from MC-LEF
The conference room at the Tecate port of entry was filled with mixed emotions last week, when the Marine Corps - Law Enforcement Foundation presented college bonds to the sons of slain U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officer Maribel Arteaga...read more
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Marine Assist

Marine Assist
Mission Statement:
To render free plastic surgery and dental services to Marine veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars.

Who we are: A group of Marines and caring patriots



Who is this offered to:
  • Service-members/veterans released from active duty
  • Veterans that served and were injured in the Afghanistan and Iraq wars

Please Note:

  • The Plastic Surgeon’s fee is waived.  The dentist’s fee is waived.
  • The hospital fee, Anesthesiologist’s fee and any materials fee will be covered through donations.
  • Transportation can be arranged.
  • There is NO charge to the service-members/veterans.
Marine Assist is supported by the Marine Corps–Law Enforcement Foundation


For further information please contact:

Dr. Spero Theodorou
(212) 265-2724

or visit the Marine Assist website:
www.marine-assist.org

For donations please make out checks to: 
Marine Corps–LEF

Put in Memo:  Marine Assist
Mail check to:
Marine Corps–Law Enforcement Foundation, Marine Assist
273 Columbus Avenue
Suite # 10
Tuckahoe, NY 10707


 



 
Marine Corps - Law Enforcement Foundation, Inc. | 273 Columbus Avenue | Suite 10 | Tuckahoe, NY 10707
Tel: 914.268.0630 | Fax: 914.268.0629 | e-mail: info@mc-lef.org
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The Marine Corps - Law Enforcement Foundation, Inc. is also registered to participate in the Combined Federal Campaigns (CFC #10507).
We are 501(c)3 charity, IRS tax number 22-3357410.