SERVING GOLD STAR FAMILIES BY TELLING THE STORIES OF THEIR CHERISHED FALLEN
We produce stories worthy of retelling.
We tell the complete life story of those who pay the ultimate price for our freedom.
Working with the families and friends of the Fallen, we employ professional writers to produce a full biography honoring the life and sacrifice made by each military service person.
We produce books in print and digital formats, as well as video documentaries, that are given to the next of kin at no cost to them and sold at retail to extended family, friends, and interested members of the public.
We are a non-profit that serves the memory of those who have served.
Apply today to have us produce and publish the story of your fallen loved one.
What's your story?
PUBLISH YOUR LOVED ONE'S BIOGRAPHY
Preserve memory of your loved ones for future generations.
Bring hope and healing to other Gold Star Families like you.
Honor the sacrifice they have made.
Whether your loved one fell ill, was injured during training, or was fatally wounded during combat, we are honored to tell the story. Our staff and volunteers will work with you to prepare and publish an accurate and professionally written biography.
When completed, you will receive a hard bound edition at no cost, and others will have the opportunity to purchase it in print or digital format. We also produce video biographies.
We will donate a copy of the materials to the Tennesssee library system so that countless others may be positively affected by life your loved one led.
Let us tell your loved one's story.
How can you help?
We're looking for volunteers and stakeholders with either time, talent, or resources to help us.
Publish and distribute full-length biographies in printed hard cover books.
Design challenge coins as keepsakes in memory of the Fallen.
Record, edit, and produce biographical video documentaries. Post quality and in-depth content to social platforms.
Refer us for radio and podcast interviews.
Support family members of the Fallen.
Dennis E. Schroader, Sr.
Retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Dennis Schroader, Sr., is the founder of the Price of Freedom Foundation.
Dennis was born into a military family in 1956, moving many times until he entered high school. He went to college on an Army ROTC scholarship and subsequently began his own 24-year military career, retiring at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.
Dennis held various management roles in several companies since his military retirement, most recently with AmerAssist and Chamberlain University.
Dennis and his wife Penny moved to White House, Tennessse, three years ago and plan to make it their home for the foreseeable future.
Dennis has five adult children and ten grandchildren.
Dennis holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Seattle University and a Master of Education from the University of Puget Sound.