Monday we celebrate the holiday set aside to honor those who died fighting in America’s wars. It was first established as Decoration Day during and after our Civil War, a
A Kansas native, CORT District General Manager Ray Randall played baseball at a local junior college right after graduating from Kansas City’s Piper High School in 1981. Unfortunately, Ray’s parents
Born and raised in Southern California, CORT’s Director of Product Operations, Planning & Logistics for CORT Trade Show & Events (TSE) Jay McCasland attended Cal State Northridge on a football
Senior Software Engineer John Kirchner disappointed his father, a WWII Navy veteran, when he enlisted in the Air Force right out of high school. His father wasn’t disappointed that his
For the third time, CORT has furnished a home for a veteran and his family on the Military Makeover edition of Designing Spaces airing on Lifetime®, a signature women-focused home
CORT’s assistant district general manager in San Francisco, Roger Bonte, joined the United States Army in 1986, because he had a sense of service for his country that was instilled by his parents at a young age. Roger’s parents experienced the atrocities of WWII firsthand and shared many stories about the tough times they endured. In fact, Roger’s father was held in a Japanese POW Camp for three and a half years, and his mother lived in the Netherlands when it was occupied by the Nazis.