Kelley Guidry is a former Service Member who served in the United States Air Force. She was awarded an Accommodation Medal for her role in Operation Enduring Freedom from Nellis Air Force Base, 820th Red Horse Squadron, directly following the 9-11 Terror attacks.
Following a challenging 10 years of struggling with her disabled Veteran husband ‘s deteriorating health, as well as her own disabilities and depression, she was at a Breaking Point. Kelley and Peter started Forgotten Not Gone from the struggle of trying to find an alternative therapy rather than drugging a Veteran up with pain and psyche pills to go away.
Finding Velomobile Recumbent Trikes gave them the chance to overcome their Disabilities, Self-limiting beliefs and Live again. Together they realized that every Veteran should have access to this therapy and any other alternative therapies that may improve their lives, regardless of whether the VA could provide them or not. Forgotten Not Gone was the answer of how to Educate Veterans to live without pain, psyche pills, and how to have a quality of life after leaving the military. Maybe even greater than that of when they served. Their goal is to continue to give back, inspire, motivate, serve and breathe hope back into our fellow Veterans, who were not Lost at War but Forgotten at Home.