Nuvision Hero Anthony Miller: A Vietnam Veteran Who Serves the Homeless

Anthony Miller is a veteran who spent his Army days serving a tour in Vietnam. Upon arriving back in America, he found himself entirely alone—homeless, hungry, and afraid. Today, he uses this experience to help homeless veterans get housing, food, and resources through his organization Tender Touch Ministries.

What does Veterans Day mean to you?

They took up arms and hiked miles through hostile terrain. They watched friends fall injured at their side. They stood guard during the early hours of the morning, anxious to see light. Our veterans have selflessly served and fought for our rights, freedoms, and protections—putting their own lives on the line to ensure we could live ours. That’s why Veterans Day holds such a special place in our hearts.

Nuvision Heroes: For this team member, service is a duty--not an option

Born and raised in Cheyenne, Amy has felt a connection and love for her community her whole life. She’s raised her kids here, committed to service, and worked with the local credit union community for over 20 years. As someone deeply rooted in her community, Amy doesn’t consider service as an extra—but as a duty. “It’s seeing needs that I can help meet,” she said.

A Season for Giving: A Look at What Nuvision is Doing for the Community

If we’ve learned anything in this year of unexpected change, it’s been the importance of giving back to the community. During this coming holiday season, Nuvision wants to continue serving you. We’re looking forward to hosting several unique outreaches designed to help our members, our community, and the hard-working people who keep us going every day.

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