Betty Sue Kearney, Lt. Gen. Frank Kearney (USA, Retired) and Jennifer Heckel

Betty Sue Kearney served as a military spouse for 35 years at bases around the world and has spent countless hours volunteering with veterans, wounded soldiers and military families. LTG Frank Kearney served 35 years, primarily in Special Operations, with combat tours in Grenada, Panama, Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere. He has been married to Betty Sue for 42 years and together they have two children. Their son, LTC Dan Kearney, has been deployed to combat for eight years. Jennifer Heckel is an Army spouse and Associate Director of Marketing at Thayer Leader Development Group. She is a mother of two, an active volunteer, and passionate about companies supporting military spouses.

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