MEET OUR FIELD OFFICERS & OTHER STAFF
Scott Catlin Field Officer
UPDATE: We lost Scott May 24, 2021. Rest easy Brother. We know you will forever be by our side on each and every trip. Until Valhalla Brother.
I am a Vietnam Vet, having served in the USMC for 8 years. I served with B Co, 1st Bn, 1st Marine Regiment, 1st Mar Div. for a 13 month tour. I extended in Vietnam Nam and went into the MPs. Out of the MPs I was selected to go to the US Army CID school in Ft Gordon Ga where upon Graduation I became CID Investigator. I Worked mainly Narcotics alongside with NCIS. I was wounded during my 1st tour in Nam. My family owns a Ranch near Henrietta Texas and have been associated with HWS for years. We have been associated with Turkey Fest here every year and numerous of our Hunting with Soldiers hunts have been televised on several Outdoor and Hunting Channels on TV.
Jason Dane, Field Officer
He is also a Paducah, TX resident and a small business owner. While he is not a Veteran, he did spend nearly three years serving our men and women in uniform directly as a civilian contractor in Baghdad, Iraq. His wife, Julie Dane, who also has been affiliated with the organization spent several years working for the US Army on Fort Hood as a Family Readiness Support Administrator. After moving back to Paducah, Jason also served as an EMT. Paducah is a small town and much of the Trauma you witness as an EMT, you also know them personally. Jason also suffers from PTSD and knows just how much the great outdoors, fellowship, and support can help cope with the stress of such issues. In 2016, Jason stepped down as VP due to family issues, but continues to represent the program as a Field Officer.
Hello my name is Todd Terry. I was born in July of '72. Grew up a small town boy with a fishing pole or gun in my hands most days. Played all sports in highschool and enjoyed being part of a team. It wasn't untill I joined the Corps in 95 that I learned what team and brotherhood truly meant! Not a day goes by that I don't think of something or someone from my squadron, VMFA-232. I transitioned out of the Corps in 04 as an E6 for no reason other than to come home! Wish I had stayed! But that's the past and I am here now to do my part in any way I can! Semper Fi