Roanoke, TX – GallantFew’s board of directors named retired Sergeant Major Brendan “Duke” Durkan as the interim Darby Project director, effective immediately and until the board appoints a replacement. Friday, June 3, 2016, Tim Gonzalez resigned as director of the Darby Project. GallantFew anticipates the search for a candidate, to lead this important misson-based program, will produce an outstanding leader to move the Darby Project to even greater levels of care for US Army Ranger veterans.
“Duke Durkan is a treasured Darby Project volunteer and is well connected within the active duty special operations community. Duke has a stellar reputation and his increased involvement and oversight will enable Darby Project to serve more US Army Rangers by facilitating peaceful and successful transitions from military service to a civilian life filled with hope and purpose,” says Karl Monger, GallantFew Executive Director.
Brendan “Duke” Durkan assumes the Darby Project director responsibilities immediately and all Darby Project services have and will remain uninterrupted. All questions may be directed to GallantFew Executive Director, Karl Monger, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GallantFew is a non-profit charitable organization committed to the prevention of veteran isolation by connecting new veterans with hometown veteran mentors, thereby facilitating a peaceful, successful transition from military service to civilian life filled with hope and purpose.
To learn more visit www.gallantfew.org