Honoring Army Warriors James Wilson, Ismael Alvarez & Marine Bill Murphy. We met James & Ismael at Whole Foods Market in Kansas City. Upon meeting James, he gave us a business card it read “James Extra Crispy Wilson, I’m not quite original recipe anymore.” James suffered 3rd degree burns on over half of his body serving our country. His attitude was inspiring, James told us that he always looks for the positive out of every negative. It will change your life! James served on 2 deployments in the 10 years he served in theU.S. Army.
Ismael aka Gator served 7 years in the army and got his nickname as he was blown up while driving a john Deere “gator” while on deployment in Afghanistan. “Gator” severely injured his knee in the attack.
We met up with Bill at the stadium to tailgate with him & his friends. Bill is a Marine who was blinded from shrapnel while serving our country.
The The Kansas City Chiefs went above and beyond to make these #WarriorWishes come true! Team owner Clark Hunt presented each of the warriors customized Authentic Chiefs jerseys on the field as the warriors watched pregame warm ups from the sidelines. Then everyone was escorted up to a Suite where we watched the game with former Chief & Hall of Famer Jan Stenerud!
We would like to thank Clark Hunt & the Chiefs for providing the warriors a day they will never forget! We would also like to say thanks to Whole foods & St. Charles Toyota for helping us make these #warriorwishes come true!