Hometown Heroes: Sergeant Nathan Hollenback

Hometown Heroes: Sergeant Nathan Hollenback

<span style='color: black; line-height: 115%; font-family: "Microsoft Sans Serif","sans-serif"; font-size: 10pt;'>Sergeant Nathan Hollenback&nbsp;is&nbsp;this week's Hometown Hero.</span>

Sergeant Nathan Hollenback is an adventurous person who comes from a long line of military service.

His grandfather and great-grandfather both fought in World War Two, and his other grandfather was in the National Guard.

Originally from Bushnell, Nathan enlisted in the United States Army right out of high school.

He completed basic training and military police school at fort Leonardwood, Missouri.

Of his three years of service, at least two of them were spent overseas, completing one tour in Korea, and recently returning from a tour in Afghanistan.

Nathan is now stationed at Fort Lewis in Washington.

He plans on returning home in March to meet his new nephew Logan for the very first time.

Sergeant Nathan Hollenback, this week's Hometown Hero.

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