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High 5 Goes to Man Who Helps Homeless Veterans

High 5 Goes to Man Who Helps Homeless Veterans

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(KSL News) A man's efforts to find homes for homeless veterans earned him a High 5.

Josh Brown is the community residential coordinator for Salt Lake City's Veteran Affairs.

He was nominated for a High 5 by Marion App. Josh helps Marion house veterans who need assistance in her home. She says Josh is a man who goes above and beyond his call of duty, and we agree!

"I just get shaky when I think about how much you do," Marion said. "He's really just a great guy."

Josh says one of the most rewarding aspects of his job is working with people in the community who care for veterans.

"Working with the great population of veterans, that's another rewarding aspect," he said.

As a thank you for his work, Josh received a $50 gift certificate to Winder Farms.

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