Sgt. Alfred J. Brenner IV
After graduating from St. Rose High School in the summer of 2007, I completed Marine Corps Boot Camp at Paris Island. Throughout the next year I attended various training schools as a Military Police Officer leading up to my graduation from Military Working Dog School at Lackland AFB. I spent the next few years at Camp Pendleton California training for a 2010 deployment with my working dog Grief.
While deployed I was severely injured by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) and was sent home for numerous surgeries and months of recovery. Despite being injured, and suffering a traumatic event, it never amounts to the pain of losing my partner Grief who was killed that day in action. It was throughout the past two years of recovery where I realized what my future will bring.
After being medically retired from the service and having to deal with the affects of transition, I quickly realized I needed to use what skills I have acquired and put to work the blessings God has given me. In 2014 I completed Real Estate School and began working as a Realtor. I am now working full time primarily listing homes for sell along with helping buyers find theirs. Through my military connections and other resources, I am continuing to help those service members in all their transition needs. Guiding the industry in assisting those military members who are transitioning from the military or just changing stations. Perform duties, such as study property listings, interview prospective clients, accompany clients to property site, discuss conditions of sale, and draw up real estate contracts.