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Gold Star father, Scott Warner, decided a couple of years ago to write a book commemorating his son, Heath. It was time. It was finally time to deal with the pain and sorrow in a way that will help others grappling with the death of a service member. Gold Star Father—Honoring a Hero, Remembering a Son not only honors his son who offered his life for our country—it also exposes the atrocities perpetrated by our government when his son’s remains were part of the Arlington National Cemetery debacle. He figures it’s time for everyone to know exactly what happened.

Scott holds graduate and post-graduate degrees from Ohio State, Regent, and Ashland Universities with emphases in Business Management, Government, and Entrepreneur Management. He is President of the Board of Directors for the Ohio Gold Star Family Association and, in addition to his non-profit endeavors, Scott is a professional speaker, and television host. Residing in Canton, Ohio, Scott lives with his wife, Melissa, and two sons, Chandler and Ashton. He loves high school and college football, running, talk radio, politics, and reading.

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  • PDF | 216 pages
  • CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 16, 2012)
  • English
  • 9
  • Biographies & Memoirs

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  • By TM Fitzgerald on April 8, 2014

    Unless you've had something taken away, you tend to take it for granted. This country takes all its freedoms for granted. Then when somebody who voluntarily stepped up to defend those freedoms is taken from this life, it's simply not a consequential matter. This book put a story to one more of the thousands of faces involved in a questionable war. Mr. Warner chose to share a highly emotionally charged period of his and his family's' life. People cannot claim ignorance because here was given another source...thank you Mr. Warner for humanizing this moment in ALL our histories...thank you for sharing THIS hero's story.

  • By Tami Raper on December 1, 2012

    Gold Star Father-Honoring a Hero, Remembering a SonI enjoyed the book very much & I couldn't believe what these families go through. I did recommend this book for my mother & she bought it on her kindle. The author was excellent in telling his story.

  • By snp4life on September 20, 2012

    I read Gold Star Father in less than 24 hours! I could not put it down. Mr. Warner does a tremendous job honoring his son, and telling the harrowing, but faith-filled journey of his family through the last 6 years. It is truly a must-read for every American who values their freedom. Thanks for sharing your incredible story with us!

  • By Denise on October 22, 2012

    After reading this book, it isn't hard to understand how the author became so affected by the loss of his son and the subsequent occurences, especially having to deal with the scandal at Arlington National Cemetery. Scott and his family's respect for the sanctity of life is obvious and commendable in light of the circumstances. I highly recommend this book....but keep the kleenex is a very emotional story. We all have our own burdens to bear, but rarely does anyone have the courage to share like this author did.

  • By Jean on September 23, 2012

    A GENUINELY honest journey of a Gold Star Family and how they confront the everyday challenges of losing a son and brother. You often hear the cliche, a "must read" I feel this is a must read to help families who have lost loved ones and for those of us to understand their feelings of sorrow,depression and anger...there will always be sorrow.."life is hard so how can I endure the pain, and use it for the greater good" I feel this book brings to surface the struggles and in faith how to go on by keeping your loved one in your heart and also live for the living.

  • By mcrookston on December 2, 2012

    Incredible story that MUST be shared with all. I could not put the book down until I was finished reading. Thank you Scott for this book about you and your family. It was very well written and touches you in a very special way.

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