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Nathan Rimpf was severely injured while serving as a 1st Lieutenant in the United States Army on deployment in Afghanistan.  Nathan is on the road to recovery but he could still use your thoughts, prayers, and support.  

If you are interested in purchasing a wristband to help support Nathan, please send an email to ourheronathan@gmail.com.

**Please mail ALL correspondence (donations, letters, etc.) directly to the family: 36 Harbour Heights Drive, Annapolis MD 21401 or 5236 Troutman Lane Raleigh NC 27613.**

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Bridget Rimpf added a new photo.

Vada Hayes signed Nathan's Guestbook.

Congratulations.  What a beautiful red/white/blue home.  I know you will be very happy there.  I am so proud of all youhave done and how far you have come.  My best to ... Read more

Bridget Rimpf posted a new journal entry, "Red, White & Blue Home!".

The walk-thru on Nathan's new home was today.  One word kept coming to mind....GRATITUDE....I now realize the full meaning of this word!A million thanks to Chesapeake ... Read more

Bridget Rimpf added a new photo.

Steve Connell signed Nathan's Guestbook.

What an awesome testament to the power of God! We are blessed by these amazing triumphs.  Read more

Bridget Rimpf posted a new journal entry, "Ten Miles!".

Yesterday was definitely another milestone (and miracle) to add to this incredible journey!Nathan ran the Army Ten Miler Race in DC!  He had the perfect 'escort team' ... Read more

Bridget Rimpf posted a new journal entry, "10/19/13 - Army Ten Miler".

Dear Caring Bridge friends,Tomorrow is a big day.  Nathan will participate in the Army Ten Miler Race in DC.  He will be on his new blade legs!  10 miles is ... Read more

Bridget Rimpf added a new photo.

Bridget Rimpf added a new photo.

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