We are privileged to honor the memory of Corporal Corey Keith Johnson. Corey was known for his witty humor, his uncanny ability to charm everyone in his presence, his infectious smile, and for always putting others before himself; ultimately leading to his decision to enlist in the Army. Corey served a 15 month tour in Iraq, earning the rank of Corporal. Corey was honorably discharged in 2010. He passed away on May 3rd, 2015 after losing his battle with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injuries that he sustained during Operation Iraqi Freedom. In Corey’s honor, let us raise awareness for the 22 veterans each day who lose their life to this devastating disorder that has become an epidemic in America. Our country is now losing more military lives by their own hands than we are losing in battle against foreign enemies. Many service men and women return home from war, but they are silently fighting a battle that rages on for days, months and years beyond their activity duty commitments. Corey was committed to his family, his friends, his faith and his service to our country. He is missed beyond measure and his beautiful spirit will live on through his civilian and Army families, in addition to the countless friends and family members he has left behind. Together, let’s make return from war a safer and smoother transition for our veterans. Fisher House Foundation is best known for a network of comfort homes where military and veterans’ families can stay at no cost while a loved one is receiving treatment. God bless our Nation’s Heroes, past and present, and may we continue to be the land of the free, because of the brave! Corey Keith, you will always be our Hero.