Soldier With Garage Door Industry Ties Wounded In Afghanistan

A 23-year-old U.S. Army Airborne Ranger with family ties to the Garage Door Industry was wounded recently while fighting in Afghanistan.

Brent Grosman is stationed at Ft. Lewis, Washington, and is due to be flown back to the U.S. from an Army hospital in Germany by this Friday, according to his father Jerry Grosman apparently suffering from a shattered bone in his right arm.

His father owns the Lake Havasu, Arizona (U.S.A.) based business, Just Garage Doors.

Brent has earned a purple heart while serving in the U.S. Army’s 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, Alpha Company. He graduated from Washougal High School in Washington State.

“I have spoken with him and he’s on his way back to the states, probably by this Friday,” Jerry Grosman said. He added that his son will either be going to Ft. Lewis or make a stop in Washington, D.C.; either way, he plans to see Brent immediately upon his return stateside.

“He is at the end of his deployment and he’s been over there numerous times. I’m just very proud of Brent and I’m proud to be in Lake Havasu City. I believe in what all of our soldiers have given in their service to this country.”

We are too! Thank you Brent for your service.

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