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Chaplain Mark Caronna


Mark has retired as a law enforcement officer and his heart is drawn to serve those first responders who suffer with PTSD, chemical dependency, and/or addiction.  He is shown here making a presentation at the HPD (Houston Police Department) quarterly meeting on behalf of Warriors Heart.

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Chaplain Mia Craft 


Mia is a volunteer with the Law Enforcement Ride Along program and the Medical Examiner's Death Notification program.  She is shown here on a ride along.

Chaplain Brigid Stevenson


After serving as a registered nurse for almost four decades, Brigid Stevenson has seen a lot.  In addition to her work in hospitals, she’s also cared for dying patients as a hospice nurse and built homes with Habitat for Humanity.  Her latest gig is donning a bullet-proof vest and riding along on 12-hour shifts with members of the Sealy Police Department as their first-ever chaplain.  Read more about her here in an article in The Sealy News written by April Towery editor@sealynews.com.