The Law Office of Marian Polovy extends our sincere gratitude to the brave women and men serving our country, both abroad and at home. We invite you to join us in supporting our troops as we await their safe return.

Here are helpful resources for a variety of programs that offer support and assistance to our troops and their families.


You can also send an e-mail greeting with Operation Dear Abby.

Christmas 2005

While we sit comfortably with family and friends this Christmas, attending Midnight Mass to welcome Our Savior, Jesus, we must remember our fellow Americans, strangers in a strange land, our brave soldiers serving our country a million miles away from home.

Jesus said, "When you give water to the thirsty, food to the hungry and comfort to those in need, you did it for me."

These Heroic men and women serving in Iraq can't touch their loved ones, watch the surprise on their children's eyes as gifts are unwrapped by the tree, or build a snowman with their family. The least we can do is send a few treats to ease the pain. We will send the following to the name and address below, and also add some rosaries for our Lady's Protection. Every law firm should do the same.

If you ever wondered what you could do to support our troops in the Middle East (in addition to your prayers) here's a suggestion. You can send a soldier a package to let them know you care!

Chaplain Albert Wall, US Army, has graciously welcomed the opportunity to distribute packages to soldiers in I raq who may not otherwise receive one for the holidays.

The most requested items from "home" are: Granola Bars, cookies, snack foods, Cup of Soup, Cup of Noodles, Candy/chewing gum, audio CD's, DVD's, foot powder, Baby Wipes, Wet Ones, Chapstick, Sunblock, US Military approved phone cards.

Please note the average shipping time for packages is 3 weks. All packages can be sent to:

HHC Commander
Attention: Soldier Care package
10th BSB/10th MTN DIV
APO AE 09376

Remember, "Whatsoever you do for the least of my brethern, that, you do unto me."