Help Heal Veterans has dedicated its craft care center in Temple, Texas, in honor of Michael and Joleen Cahill. Michael Cahill lost his life during the 2009 terrorist attack at Fort Hood, Texas, that took the lives of 13 people, and Joleen Cahill was an energetic and highly regarded supporter of groups serving veterans in the Temple area, and an integral member of the committee for the memorial dedicated to those who lost their lives at Fort Hood.
The Help Heal Veterans–Cahill Center was dedicated in a ceremony on September 22 attended by Kerry Cahill and Keely Vanacker, daughters of Michael and Joleen Cahill, their grandchildren, as well as Help Heal Veterans’ CEO, and Board of Directors.
Learn more about the Help Heal Veterans–Cahill Center in these stories featured in the news:
- Official News Release Announcement
- “Honoring Their Service: Temple Nonprofit Veteran Center Renamed for Cameron Couple” (Temple Daily Telegram)
- “Honoring Their Service: Temple Nonprofit Veteran Center Renamed for Cameron Couple” (Killeen Daily Herald)
- “Temple Center Renamed to Cahill Center” (FOX 44 News)
- “A Temple Art Center has been dedicated to Michael Cahill, who lost his life to the Fort Hood terrorist attack in 2009, and his wife Joleen” (KWTX)
- “Help Heal Vets dedicates craft center to veteran hero Michael Cahill and his wife” (KXXV)