He was born in Montreal, Canada, and moved to Hollywood, Florida, to live with his grandparents shortly after his parent’s divorce. He entered the army at age 18, following high school during which he joined the ROTC to learn to become a medic. He was sent to Iraq in 2005 and immediately learned about life and death when he directly confronted a terrorist whose belief was as strong as his own.
His experience of chaos, poverty, and violence profoundly affected him. In 2006 he worked in the ER at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and left in 2009 when he returned to Iraq for a second time. In 2010 he returned to the United States met and married Melissa. David is considering going back into the reserves for the possibility of finishing his education at Nova Southeastern University. He feels the military gave him a purpose in life and a confidence within himself. He is glad he had that experience. (Copyright 2012)
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