Meet our sixth Hero, Army SFC. Ofren Arrechaga. Sgt. Arrechaga married Seana Minikhiem on September 1, 2007 and shortly thereafter deployed to Iraq for the third time. When he returned home for R&R he and Seana welcomed the birth of their new son Alston into the world on March 28, 2008. Ofren then returned to [...]
Meet the Heroes adopted by the Nashville chapter
The Nashville Chapter of the Joshua Chamberlain Society was founded in 2013 to honor and support severely combat injured veterans from Middle Tennessee. The JCS, “Adopt a Hero” program currently supports six heroes through fund raising events and donations to aid these soldiers for the rest of their lives.
Chamberlain Society Nashville is a non profit 501 (c) (3) charity with fully volunteer board. All funds donated to Nashville go directly to benefit our adopted JCS Heroes.
We have been trying for sometime to get Jeremy admitted to the wonderful VA nursing home in Clarksville which is only 20 minutes from his parents’ home. Thanks to our Tennessee Commissioner of Veterans Affairs, Many-Bears Grinder, Jeremy is now there and doing so well. It is a state of the art facility with all […]
JCS/Nashville would like to thank Home Lift for their due diligence and exceptional service in building and installing a custom curved stairway lift for our 5th Hero, CW3 Jeremy Miller. Due to severe breathing problems, CW3 Miller had extreme difficulty ascending his stairway in his home. In fact, his wife, Cindy had to literally push [...]
The event benefited the Joshua Chamberlain Society’s (JCS) Nashville Chapter, which provides life-long support to veterans who sustain permanent combat injuries fighting for our nation’s freedom. Homeland security and law enforcement specialist Lt. Col. Herman Statum was the keynote speaker who will address the current terrorist threat to the United States. JCS Heroes were also [...]
WSMV Channel 4 NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – What happens to veterans severely injured in combat after the parades and welcome home parties end? The idea that they are forgotten is exactly what one Nashville couple is working hard to prevent. Marine Jeremy Voels has been in a hospital bed in Nashville since 2010. He was 20 […]
John Ford Coley, Roxie Dean and Byron Hill to Headline Songwriter’s Night Supporting Middle Tennessee’s Combat Injured Heroes NASHVILLE, Tenn. – (May 17, 2016) – Celebrated Songwriters John Ford Coley, Roxie Dean and Byron Hill will perform at the Joshua Chamberlain Society’s Songwriter’s Night on June 11, 2016, at Green Door Gourmet’s Grand Barn in Nashville. The [...]
Joshua Chamberlain Society of Nashville’s first Hero Cpl Jeremy Voels received the game ball at halftime during the Monday Night Football game Steelers Vs. Titans on November 17th, 2014 at LP Field. Cpl. Jeremy Voels
This is an original song written and produced by the "Stray Dawgs Of Nashville" inspired by the patriotism. It chronicles the memories of a young boy, Joshua, who remembers his father, mother and brother telling him that his brother had signed up to fight WWII and then transitions into the events of 911 and the [...]
The event included performances by: THE MCCRARY SISTERS SCOTT MACINTYRE - American Idol finalist, inspirational speaker, Author KEVIN MCKENDREE and his son YATES - Keyboardists Extraordinaire, Producer and Delbert McClinton's Band Leader JACOB'S LADDER - Popular Local Rock Band HILLBILLY RENEGADES – Traditional/Contemporary Country Music TONI STAPLES - Nashville Recording Artist and Singer/Songwriter STRAY DAWGS [...]