'Java Angel' supports troops, first responders

Marine Sgt. T.C. Voeller wrote this note to express his gratitude and amazement of Cindy Barnhill, a resident of Parker, Colo., who, in a personal mission spanning two and a half years, has singlehandedly purchased more than $15,000 worth of coffee for service members and first responders in the two communities south of Denver. Voeller, a recruiter in Parker, Colo., uses his extra dollars to tip the employees for helping Barnhill express her appreciation for the armed services. (U.S. Marine Corps graphic by Sgt. T.C. Voeller) (Released)

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