This past Veterans Day, Warriors and Caregivers United presented Army veteran Tammy Blossey with the keys to a Chrysler 200 from Paris Auto Sales and Service in Big Rapids. Blossey is currently participating in the Oasis program, which helps victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse, and after getting back on her feet needed a vehicle to be gainfully employed and independent, WACU member Russ Nehmer told the Herald Review. He said he was contacted by Oasis to ask if he could help procure a vehicle. \u201cI used my network and connected with the State American Legion advisor, Gary Tanner, who set some of the financials in motion,\u201d Nehmer said. \u201cI reached out to my friend Josh Boglarsky, at Paris Auto Sales, to find a vehicle that we could put her in." "They worked with us and dropped the price on the Chrysler to meet our budget," he added. "I paid for some parts and the plate, and we got the car done to present to Tammy before Veterans Day.\u201d Bossley now has a job, a place to live and a vehicle, which will provide her the opportunity to get some stability in her life, he added. \u201cShe was very thankful to get those keys, and cried with joy,\u201d Nehmer said. \u201cShe named the car \u2018Phoenix \u2014 for out of the ashes comes life.\u2019\u201d\u00a0 To learn more about Warriors and Caregivers United visit wacu.org.