Gary Sinise Gifts Thanksgiving Meals to Nebraska Veterans: ‘It Means a Lot’

Actor Gary Sinise, who played double-amputee Lt. Dan in Robert Zemeckis’s 1994 film Forrest Gump, donated Thanksgiving meals to veterans at a VA campus in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Sinise ensured 78 veterans living at the Victory Park apartment complex received a Thanksgiving meal on Wednesday, the Lincoln Journal Star reports. Veterans ranged from the age of 22-74 and served in several different conflicts and wars.

Though Sinise was not in attendance for the festivities, veterans were grateful for his thoughtful offering, according to Property Manager Samantha Garcia.

“It means a lot that he is recognizing them. They sometimes feel forgotten, especially as they get older,” she said, per the Lincoln Journal Star. “With Gary being active with veterans himself, it means a lot coming from him.”

Emil Jacobson serves in the U.S. Air Force and volunteered to help out in Lincoln on Wednesday, according to NTV.

“I myself am in the service, I just feel like its really important to give back to those who come before us and pay homage and help these guys out,” Jacobson said.

“It’s very important, especially with all of the Holidays coming up we have to make sure everyone knows we are here for each other,” Jacobsen added. 

Hy-Vee catered the meals which were served to the veterans by Gold Star Mothers and Blue Star Mothers.

“It’s so important to remember that these people are here and remember what they’ve done for us,” Garcia said, per the Lincoln Journal Star. 

Sinise also donated meals to veterans who reside at a VA in Omaha, NTV reports.

The Apollo 13 star has a long history of assisting veterans. His nonprofit, The Gary Sinise Foundation, recently provided a marine, who was severely wounded in Afghanistan, with a smart home, Breitbart News reported.

“At the Gary Sinise Foundation, we serve our nation by honoring our defenders, veterans, first responders, their families, and those in need,” the foundation’s mission statement reads. “We do this by creating and supporting unique programs designed to entertain, educate, inspire, strengthen, and build communities.”

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Gary Sinise, Mark Wahlberg Among Hollywood Stars Honoring the Fallen on Memorial Day

Gary Sinise, Mark Wahlberg Among Hollywood Stars Honoring the Fallen on Memorial Day

A handful of prominent Hollywood stars took the time this Memorial Day weekend to pay non-partisan tribute to America’s fallen heroes. They include Gary Sinise, Mark Wahlberg, Reese Witherspoon, Glenn Close, Andy Garcia, Joe Mantegna, Octavia Spencer, and Rob Lowe.

In the case of Matthew McConaughey, who is reportedly exploring a possible run for governor of Texas, Memorial Day served as an opportunity to post a glamor photo of himself.

Gary Sinise led the way by paying tribute to fallen military personnel, reminding Americans to “not forget those who have sacrificed, giving their lives, to provide the blessing of freedom for all of us.” The Gary Sinise Foundation also honored the country’s fallen troops.

Mark Wahlberg tweeted “Respect. Honor. Remember.”

Glenn Close paid tribute to the men in her family who served during wars. “Blessings on and profound gratitude for all those who fought and all those who lost their lives on behalf of freedom and democracy. May they be resting in peace,” she wrote.

Reese Witherspoon tweeted, “Thank you to all the servicemen and women who have gone above and beyond to protect our country. Today and everyday, I honor you.”

Rob Lowe tweeted that Memorial Day weekend isn’t about hot dogs or the beach. “It’s about honoring those who paid the ultimate price allowing us to do those things,” he wrote

Andy Garcia honored “those who gave everything for everyone.”

Oscar-winning actress Octavia Spencer reposted a video of a service member singing “Amazing Grace.”

Actor Joe Mantegna also paid tribute to fallen U.S. troops. The actor co-hosted this year’s National Memorial Day Concert with Gary Sinise.

Matthew McConaughey also acknowledged Memorial Day, but posted a photo of himself.

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