Chainsaw Team Six - Alabama Tornado Recovery

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"We are the core members of Chainsaw Team Six (Lonnie, Rick and Ken) from Huntsville, Alabama. Three retired Marines working tornado recovery since 27 April 2011 when Northern Alabama was hit with multiple tornados. We feel so blessed that we and are families did not suffer any damage from the storms. We have been getting groups of fellow retired military, our families, friends and Boy Scouts to help others that did sustain damage. We cut up fallen trees and move debris to the roadside for pickup. We should top 900 total service hours this weekend and look forward to breaking 1000 hours soon thereafter! Like our shirts say, "Until the work is done!" Everyone who has assisted us so far has received one of our shirts! They have been well received! Thanks! Rick" - Chainsaw Team Six (Jul 01, 2011)

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comment by Guest - Jul 01, 2011 - back to the top

Thanks for all the good work you all have done in the community. I hope you guys win!

comment by Guest - Jul 02, 2011 - back to the top

That middle marine is HOT! YFS.

comment by Guest - Jul 02, 2011 - back to the top

I have been so impressed by everyone that has joined us helping others! We work extremely hard typically from 8 am to 12 -1 pm when the heat gets into the mid 90's! Thank God we have a 100% accident free record! We are all amatuers but have tackled every challenge every weekend. The most exciting part has been freeing up large trees that were blow into other large trees - leaners or hung trees. Just last weekend we helped a family that paid $500.00 to have a large leaner removed. The guys cut a couple limbs and left never to return. The United Way estimated the job would take a professional crew 2-3 hours; Chainsaw Team Six did the deed in less than 1.5 hours leaving one happy family with- - NO CHARGE - - as we moved onto two other sites that same day! Many thanks to all that have participated. Rick

comment by Guest - Jul 02, 2011 - back to the top

These men saw a need and went into action. They do this kind of thing all the time and will do anything for anyone in need. They are truly good samaritians everyday. I am blessed to call each of them my friend.

comment by Guest - Jul 03, 2011 - back to the top

Another great weekend 2 Jul 11 for our Team. The Team surged to 15+ members as we worked two jobs meeting all the day's challenges agressively, enthusiastically and effectively! Semper Fi!

comment by Guest - Jul 03, 2011 - back to the top

3 of my most favorite men!!! We are truly blessed and I am so happy we are able to share our blessings and help others in so many ways... AND have fun doing it! Laura - 1st String 4x4 Driver ;)

comment by Guest - Jul 03, 2011 - back to the top

Miss Laura are awesome! Thanks, D.

comment by Guest - Jul 04, 2011 - back to the top

Thanks to you and your team, you guys make a difference and thats what counts! kd

comment by Guest - Jul 04, 2011 - back to the top

Ken tallied our hours yesterday and announced that we and our team mates are at 975 hours of community service as of this past Saturday! So, we WILL crack 1000 plus hours on 9 July 2011 and we WILL have a big team party to celebrate! "Until the work is done!" Cheers, Rick

comment by Guest - Jul 05, 2011 - back to the top

I am very proud to be a member of this diverse group of people whe are commtted to serving those in need. Ken, Rick and Lonnie have been instrumental in organizing this sensational Team. Consisting of retired USMC and Army veterans, corporate team mates, Masons (Masonic types), Boy Scouts, family members and friends who join together every Saturday to do what it takes to, "git er done". It is amazing to see how the team assesses what needs to be done at each site and then swiftly shifts into high gear to cut down and clear massive amounts trees and debris. All members focus on safety first as we constantly monitor each other to prevent dehydration and ensure we end the day with all the pieces and parts we started with. There is no better feeling than seeing the difference we make in people lives. May God continue to Bless this inspiraitonal team of volunteers who continue ot make sgoof things happen for our community. Semper Fi. K2.