Blog

World War II Veteran Robert Walls: A 100-Year-Old Golf Enthusiast

Robert Walls: A Symbol of Enduring Passion

Robert Walls stands as a testament to enduring passion and relentless dedication. Much like Berry Law’s unwavering commitment to its clients, Walls showcases that age is merely a number when it comes to doing what you love.

The Magic of the Steve Hogan Golf Course

The Steve Hogan Golf Course, named after Nebraska’s first Black PGA professional, has been the beneficiary of Walls’ selfless efforts. From tending the greens to supporting youth programs, his love for the sport and the community shines brightly.

Walls’ Philosophy: Golf, Life, and Fun

“Golf is a game, and when you play games, you’re supposed to have fun,” says Walls. This echoes Berry Law’s philosophy—while we fight relentlessly for our clients’ rights, we believe in the importance of passion and enjoying what we do.

Upholding Legacy and Tradition

Walls has not only played golf; he’s lived it, echoing Berry Law’s commitment to uphold its tradition of excellence in serving its clients. Walls’ story serves as an inspiration, demonstrating that with passion and dedication, anything is possible.

Berry Law’s Legacy: Upholding the Spirit of the Greatest Generation

World War II veterans are often revered as the “Greatest Generation,” and for good reason. Their resilience, courage, and unwavering spirit during one of history’s most tumultuous times stand as a testament to human fortitude. These brave souls faced unimaginable challenges, both on the battlefield and on the home front, yet their commitment to liberty and justice never wavered. They led with integrity, inspired future generations with their dedication, and sculpted a world built on the values of freedom and democracy. Berry Law carries this legacy forward with pride. Its founder, John Stevens Berry, bravely served in Vietnam, and the CEO, John Berry Jr., honored the tradition by serving in in Bosnia and Iraq. With over 30% of their workforce comprised of veterans, National Guard members, or those on active duty, the spirit of the Greatest Generation is deeply rooted in their ethos. As we reflect on their sacrifices and achievements, and those of the veterans who followed in their footsteps, we’re reminded of the profound debt of gratitude we owe. To the Greatest Generation and to all who’ve served, we offer our heartfelt thanks for ensuring that the torch of freedom burns brightly for all.

Berry Law

The attorneys at Berry Law are dedicated to helping injured Veterans. With extensive experience working with VA disability claims, Berry Law can help you with your disability appeals.

This material is for informational purposes only. It does not create an attorney-client relationship between the Firm and the reader, and does not constitute legal advice. Legal advice must be tailored to the specific circumstances of each case, and the contents of this blog are not a substitute for legal counsel.

Related Posts

Fibromyalgia ICD 10 – How Does the VA Rate Fibromyalgia Disability?
Fibromyalgia ICD 10 – How Does the VA Rate Fibromyalgia Disability?
What is the Elective Option? Camp Lejeune Justice Act
What is the Elective Option? Camp Lejeune Justice Act
2023 Veterans Day Deals – Celebrating Our Heroes
2023 Veterans Day Deals – Celebrating Our Heroes

Subscribe to our E-newsletter

The Service Connection

Our monthly newsletter features about important and up-to-date veterans' law news, keeping you informed about the changes that matter.

Skip to content