D-Day for V-Day began in 2017 after Dr. Stan Lowrance, who prefers to be called Dr. Stan, heard about a veteran who needed extensive work and didn’t have dental coverage.
“I picked the phone up and called Dr. Stan, and I said, ‘I have a woman that needs help and she’s a veteran and you need to do something for her,’” recalled Tom Galli, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel with the Terry Fisher American Legion Post 117 in Rockwall.
“She came over that very day and he started treating her,” Galli added.
After that, Stan asked if he could partner with the Legion to treat more vets.
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