Local veterans looking for space to start shelter for homeless veterans

Homeless veterans

By January Rutherford

A Seymour business owner doesn’t have all of the answers for how to help veterans who find themselves homeless.

But as a veteran himself, Robert Liter has the heart and desire to do something. He also has an idea.

Liter, owner of D’s Diner in Freeman Field, is trying to find a way to open a shelter in Seymour to provide a roof over the heads of those who have served their country and now are struggling to make ends meet.

“As a military Army veteran, I would like to address a problem that I’m sure not only troubles me but troubles all veterans,” he said. “We should all be concerned with 22 veterans a day committing suicide and the fact that one in five homeless Americans is a veteran.”

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