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Meet Jeff Combs - A Remarkable Warrior

Jeff Combs United States Marine Corps, Sergeant E-5: Injured in Iraq - 2006
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Swett & Crawford, A CGSC Company, has been a conscientious corporate citizen with their brokers and employees making considerable contributions both financially and voluntarily. They have worked closely with Military organizations to sponsor events, programs and fundraises for active duty service members, veterans, first responders and their families. These contributions have led to the branded name Swett Warriors.

Warrior: Chris Melendez

Meet Chris Melendez - An Unbelievable Warrior

Chris Melendez Corporal E4, United States Army, Injured in Iraq - 2006
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Stories of inspiration, determination and courage.

To American heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice; to the Medal of Honor recipients who wrote the book on American courage; to the brave injured men and women who come home with their lives irreparably changed but without bitterness; and to the troops on active duty who put their lives on the line for the freedom it affords all of us – Swett Warrior Weekend was a time for Swett & Crawford, our Insurance partners, honored guests and friends to salute you, revere you, and thank you.  Your courage and conviction make us profoundly grateful.

In 1999, the Fort Worth Airpower Council created the Fort Worth Airpower Foundation, a non-profit foundation to raise money in support of United States military and their families.  10 years ago, Sky Ball was debuted as Airpower’s premier fundraiser and later partnered with American Airlines.  Over the years, Sky Ball has grown to a National level, raising more than $3,500,000 at last year’s event.  The proceeds help countless military members through organizations such as Freedom Flight, Snowball Express, Gary Sinise Foundation, and many more.  To learn more about Sky Ball 2013 and to purchase tickets, visit skyballinfo.com.

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Happy Veterans Day

November 11, 2013

“This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave.” -Elmer Davis On this Veterans Day and throughout the year,



"I absolutely LOVED the weekend. Having served in law enforcement for 16 years and having that career end as a result of a “combat” injury I was so happy to see first responders included in the event. I have a number of law enforcement friends who too have lost limbs and their lives in the line of duty. I thought Jennifer Pinto did an outstanding job on every front. She did an excellent job at the microphone at all of the events. I know from experience how difficult that can be. She has the gift. Kudos to her and to Swett.


Mitch Dunford, Insurance Journal