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Mary Ligon, founder of Coffee Bunker, speaks Saturday about losing her son, a former soldier, to suicide. BRANDI SIMONS / For the Tulsa World
Thanks very much for your email. I have looked over your website and appreciate very much what you are doing. I assume as you read our article which appeared in Tulsa World, that you know we lost our older son Daniel Ligon, USMC, to suicide after two deployments to Iraq and specifically engaged in the heavy combat in both major battles in and around that powder keg of insurgents, the city of Fallujah.
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It is our goal to open the Neighbors for Kids facility appropriately for
veterans to do our part as a local non-profit. We have a 7600 sf facility in
Depoe Bay, Oregon, 12 miles south of Lincoln City and 12 miles north of Newport.
We currently open up our facility and half gym area with a 3on3 basketball
court to the Coast Guard. There is no reason why we can’t become more engaged
by starting a “Coffee Bunker” or other program(s) that could be reasonably
supported during non-school hours am or pm. Our signature after-school program
runs from 3p-630p daily. We offer other programs as well to K-12, but are
considering adult programs for the future i.e., information technology and entrepreneurship.