Charles A. Martin
Charles was born in Middletown, Ohio. He was a career soldier and retired from the US Army in 1999. During his service Charles served as a tanker in Armor and Cavalry assignments, in the infantry as a scout, and wound up his varied career as a Military Policeman in primarily investigative and executive protection assignments.
Allen was born and raised in Waynesville, Ohio. He graduated from Wayne Local High School in 1984. His history and accomplishments include: BSA Eagle Scout 1981,
Graduated OPADA Police Academy 1982, Enlisted in United States Navy in 1984, Reported to the USS Ogden LPD-5 at Naval Station Long Beach, CA in July of 1984, West Pac
Deployment 1985, Sea Service Ribbon 1985, Shellback Pacific Ocean June 24, 1985, Assigned Assault Boat Crew Member 1986, Assigned Assault Boat Coxswain 1986, West
Pac Deployment 1987, Sea Service Ribbon July 9, 1987, Golden Shellback Indian Ocean May 25, 1987 & Good Conduct Ribbon March 18, 1988. Allen left active duty on March
18, 1988 as a Second Class Boatswains mate E-5. He has 20 years of police background and 22 years volunteer fire. Allen was hired by the Warren County Veterans Service
Office as a driver in September 2014 where he quickly climbed the ladder to Transportation Coordinator and now Outreach Officer.
Bryan K. Young
Bryan hails from Waynesville where he has lived most of his life. After his discharge from the Navy in 1990, Bryan returned to his home town and married his wife of 27 years. Raising a son and coaching baseball, football, soccer (of which he knows nothing) and scout leader. Family became the most important thing. He joined the Warren County Veterans Service Office after a varied career. Bryan owned and operated a very successful commercial painting business for 20 years. Following, he moved on to a more corporate career with Lowes management. After an opportunity was offered, he became the Commercial Production Manager for the largest paint contractor in North America.
Bryan comes from a long line of Veterans , going back generations. He feels this is the continued service to his country and dedicates himself the pursuit of assisting EVERY Veteran in a very personal way.