My Story

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Kaoru O’Bryan
My Story
I lived in Japan for 5 years with my mother and father because my dad was in the Red Cross. I live in Kentucky now and I do remodeling work. I do room additions, basements, whole house renovations, and interior commercial work. I do quality work at affordable prices and no job is too small.

While I enjoy my remodeling business, my real love is in professional bass fishing. I’m lucky enough to have a job that allows me to go fishing and pursue my passion. Well, you know, up to a modest point.

A new season is about to unfurl and I hope to be engaged in many more tournaments this year.
I also think this organization could make for an excellent documentary. Quality, alone time with men (and women) who have been injured during our most recent war. What did they hear, smell and feel? What were they thinking? Did they see any heroic acts? How does it feel to be home? What kind of reactions have they received? “Fishing For Thoughts”.
Our goal is to take wounded soldiers and veterans on a no cost fishing trip once a month, weather permitting. We supply all lunches, drinks and sponsor gifts after each trip. We are also grateful for our Kentucky Fish and Wildlife for helping us by exempting their fishing license for each trip.

Being a sponsor can provide a business with a tax write off. It will help me give back to our nation’s sons and daughters. It is definitely a WIN-WIN-WIN situation for all involved. If you are a business owner, a philanthropist, or know someone who is, and would be willing to sponsor my endeavors with the Wounded Warriors, please contact our website or me personally.

Kaoru O’Bryan
502-468-2450
kaoruobryan@gmail.com