Thanks to Bryce Jurkovac for His Service 

One of our newest writers at FiCP is hanging up his Army uniform after five years of service. He is heading to North Carolina for a great new adventure that includes covering the Caps when they play in Raleigh. 

Bryce grew up as a military brat moving around until  his family settled in North Carolina, where his Dad retired. So service to our country is part of his family. 

Bryce had three deployments: one of them a combat tour. In the combat tour, he deployed with the 10th Mountain Division to Afghanistan and worked alongside various ODA Special Forces and Navy SEAL teams. A true combat vet. 

And he loves the sport of hockey!  He started playing hockey at 11 years old. The first NHL game he watched was with the Caps and Bryce instantly fell in love with Peter Bondra. He, and his family, are now huge Caps fans, watching games together. Bryce even played in recreation leagues, junior hockey leagues and got as far as D3 ACHA Ice Hockey for Liberty University.

We are so thankful to Bryce and his family for their service to our country. We also thank those of you who continue to serve and pray for your safety- no matter where the uniform takes you.

Thank you Bryce and Alicia. God speed in your new endeavors. 

The FiCP Family

Author: Maggie Marcum

Managing Editor for Friends in Cold Places.

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