Department of Veterans Affairs

Hometown Heroes: Lori Kempter, Program Director
Lori Kempter
Program Director
Interfaith Family Support Services
She pours her heart and soul into this program trying to spread awareness to the problem others so easily overlook. That problem is the amount of homeless children there are in cheyenne.
Hometown Heroes: Wendy Bone, Cosmetologist
Wendy Bone
Wendy is the owner of Shear Destiny. She went to Afflerbach Elementary School in Cheyenne and cut the kids' hair for free, and offered discounted prices for the parents.
Wendy knows not everyone can afford to get a hair cut
Hometown Heroes: Debra McEachron, Full-Time Mom
Debra McEachron
Full-Time Mom/Front Desk
This woman is my hero in my eyes. She is a full time mom to three kids ages 6, 4, & 2. She has been a single mom until recently-- she got married to her now husband of two months. Her middle son, Joshu,a is autistic and non-verbal.
Hometown Heroes: Walter Lassise, Retired
Walter Lassise
Wally saved a veterans life on the job at the Warren Air Force Base a few years ago. Now he is in a wheelchair suffering from ALS (Lou Gherigs Disease). His wife works 40 hours a week to help him, her name is Diane.