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Tom Indorf - CEO
Tom Indorf is a proud United States Marine serving on active duty from 1995 – 1999. While on active duty, Tom served with 1st Bn 8th Marines. During that time Tom served overseas on a Mediterranean deployment and participated in three world operations, Operation Guardian Angel in Bosnia, Operation Silver Wake in Zaire Africa, and Operation Golden Retrieval in Albania. Tom earned a Humanitarian Service Medal for the evacuation of U.S. citizens during Operation Golden Retrieval. After returning from deployment Tom was then sent to 1st bn 10th Marines to finish his remaining time on active duty.
Since returning home to Carrollton, Ohio Tom has struggled to adapt to civilian life and has been fighting his own demons from time to time. In late 2015 Tom was researching on the internet about his problems and seen that there was more military brothers and sisters struggling just as he was and was alarmed at the rate of Veteran suicide. Twenty-Two Veterans commit suicide each day, Tom saw those statistics and began a new mission to Veterans by raising awareness to this epidemic and decided it was time for him to stand up. Tom planned a hike for May of 2016 and enlisted the help of Jason, Nick, Marsha and Albert that later formed SAVE22.
Now Tom dedicates all of his free time to Veteran outreach and Raising awareness for the many programs SAVE22 has running while developing new programs and ways to reach out and help more Veterans across the globe. Tom speaks at events, Schools, Churches, club Meetings or anywhere he is asked. These speeches are a major passion of Tom’s and helps him deal with the demons that he faces, giving him direction and hope for a better and brighter future that he wants to share with the world.
Tom resides in Carrollton, OH with his wife and children.
Jason Rutledge - Executive Director
Jason Rutledge is a Disabled Marine Combat Veteran with just under 7 years of Active Duty. Enlisting as an Engineer and spent the first full year of enlistment at Camp Hansen in Okinawa, Japan. When the war in Iraq started in 2003, Jason crossed the border from Kuwait into the hazards of combat. During this time he transitioned from Engineering to Intelligence and began working immediately to hone his skills.
After receiving an Honorable Medical Discharge from the Marine Corps in 2006, Jason earned an Associate’s degree in Computer Forensics and Cyber Security as well as a Bachelors of Intelligence with a concentration of Low Intensity Conflict/Special Operations. In 2009 Jason volunteered to return to Iraq once more as a contractor based at Al Asad Air Base, Iraq to support the Military components providing Operational Intelligence. After a short break, Jason accepted a contract in 2011 to support the military in Afghanistan, traveling to several bases throughout the country and spending the most time at Camp Leatherneck. The last deployment in 2013 as a government contractor was to support specialized units as a member of TFAN (Target Focused, Analysis and Neutralization). During this deployment, FOB Gamberi is where Jason called home until he returned to his family.
After receiving a call from Tom Indorf at about 11:30 one night where he said to me, “I have an idea and I need your help!” and with no hesitation Jason accepted. What started as a walk through Carrollton, OH has led to bigger and better programs to help support our Veterans in more ways. Jason now serves as the President of the Board of Directors of SAVE22 since the foundation was created in 2016.
Jason resides in Carrollton, OH with his wife Jami and three children.
Albert Woodin - President
Albert Woodin is a Disabled Veteran of the United States Air Force. After training at Lackland AFB, Texas and Ft. Dix, NJ. Albert was attached to Tactical Air Command and the 836th Security Forces stationed at Davis-Monthan AFB Tucson, Arizona. While stationed at DMAFB Albert was assigned to the Elite Guard section and worked in Security Forces when not performing Elite Guard duties.
During Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm Albert was assigned to King Fahd Air Base Dhahran, Saudi Araba in direct support of the Patriot Missile defense system and providing protection to the coalition flying force missions and ground defenses.
After Albert received his honorable discharge he moved back to his hometown Magnolia, Ohio. Albert then started a career in heavy equipment operating and eventually overhead crane construction and repair.
Albert is heavily involved with community serving on the Village of Waynesburg Council as President of council, founding board member of the Mohawk Valley Joint Fire District, and member of the Sandy Valley High School Athletic Booster Club.
Albert graduated with honors and holds degrees in Business Management and Sports Management.
Albert was approached by Tom Indorf and Jason Rutledge in late 2015 about creating an advocacy group for Veterans fighting demons and suicide. Albert quickly joined and was assigned the role of Vice President of SAVE22 when the Executive Board was established in 2016.
Albert and the newly formed Executive Board, along with its board of advisors, quickly went to work to hold their first SAVE22 Hike in May of 2016. Albert, along with SAVE22, has established many new programs and received grants for Veterans and families in need.
Albert resides in Waynesburg, Ohio with his wife, Natalie and three children Alexandria, Isabella and Vincenzo.
Jonathan Haney - Vice President
Jonathan Haney is a Disabled US Army Combat Veteran with combined Active Duty and Ohio Army National Guard Service of 21 years. He was Medically Retired in November 2017 with the rank of Sergeant First Class. Enlisting in 1994 as an Infantryman he completed One Station Unit Training at Ft Benning, Georgia. His first assignment was Ft Carson, Colorado with 1st Battalion 8th Infantry 4th Infantry Division. After 2 years he was later stationed in Germany at Rose Barracks, Vilseck with 2nd Battalion 2nd Infantry 1st Infantry Division. While stationed in Germany he deployed to Bosnia-Herzgovinia in support of Operation Joint Guard in 1997. During his time in Germany he also earned the coveted Exert Infantry Badge.
His next assignment was with the United Sates Army Recruiting Command/Recruiting Battalion Cleveland with duty in New Philadelphia and Wooster, Ohio. His duties included Field Recruiter and Recruiting Station Commander. While assigned to the Recruiting Command he earned the US Army Gold Recruiting Badge with 3 Sapphire Stars and the Gold Recruiting Ring for Recruiting Excellence. His term of service came to an end in June 2005 and he returned to the civilian life where he has worked as a Union Labor to this day.
He missed the camaraderie of the Army life and joined the Ohio Army National Guard in January 2008 and entered the Transportation Corps. He was assigned to the 1485th Transportation Company in Dover, OH and later volunteered to deploy to Afghanistan in 2011 with its Sister Company 1484th Transportation Company out of North Canton, OH. While in Afghanistan he was responsible for running Security Escorts for Convoy Logistic Patrols. He was stationed out of Kandahar Airfield for the majority of his time in Country, but was also based out of Tarin Kowt and fell under Australian Forces for several months. He was awarded the Bronze Star Service Medal for his service in Afghanistan. He returned home and received a promotion and was then assigned to the 737th Forward Support Company in Stow, OH as the Distribution Platoon Sergeant. He served in that role until his retirement from the Ohio Army National Guard.
Jonathan resides in Dover, Ohio with his wife, Kerry. He has 2 adult children and 1 grandchild that also live in the area.
Marsha Alexander - Treasurer
Marsha Alexander served in the United States Marine Corps from June 1998 to June 2002 at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina. After receiving an honorable discharge, Marsha attended college at Kent State University and the University of Phoenix earning an Associate’s Degree in Applied Business and Healthcare Administration.
When Marsha was asked by Tom Indorf in June 2016 to join the board of directors of an advocacy group for veteran suicide awareness, Marsha proudly accepted the challenge. While Marsha never served in combat she has family and many fellow Marine Corps veterans who struggle with PTSD and other mental health conditions that compels her to fight in the effort to bring the number of veteran suicide from 22 a day to 0.
Along with Tom Indorf, Jason Rutledge, Albert Woodin and Nick Trussell following the guidance and vision of Tom Indorf she now serves at the Treasurer of SAVE22.
Nick Trussell - Secretary
Nicholas (Nick) Trussell served as a Builder (BU) in the United States Navy Seabees. After completing Builder ‘A’ School in Gulfport, MS in February 1998, Nick was stationed with Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 40 in Port Hueneme, CA. It was in NMCB 40 that he expanded on the construction basics learned in ‘A’ School, such as heavy timber bridge building and skilled carpentry. His service with NMCB 40 included a deployment to Rota, Spain.
When he was approached by Tom Indorf late in 2015 to help create an advocacy group for veteran suicide awareness, Nick was faced with the realization of the gravity of the issues fellow veterans face every day. Without hesitation, Nick joined with Jason Rutledge, Marsha Alexander, Albert Woodin and Dave Miller in agreement to help Tom lay the foundation of the organization that became SAVE22 Veterans. Nick became the Secretary of the organization once roles were established for the group.
Then, after the success of their first SAVE22 Veteran Suicide Awareness Hike in May of 2016, the organization gained traction in its goal to fight for the well being and to affect positive change in the lives of of veterans of the United States Armed Forces.