Vitae Coins™ was founded by veteran Phil Stuck in 2016. Phil was looking for a way to preserve the memories of veterans and other loved ones while creating a non-profit organization to help veterans and their families. His uncle Kenneth Stuck, who served in the Korean War, is his inspiration for Vitae Coins™. Ken’s remains were just identified in 2015. They had been missing for 65 years!
Watch Kenneth Stuck’s story here:
Phil served in the 193rd Special Operations Wing of the National Guard. He is a member of American Legion, VFW (Life), Masonic Lodge, Shriner's Motorcycle Club, National Sojourners, and Hero's 76. He retired from the 193rd in 2016 after 35 years of decorated service.
Phil is the proud father of three children. He lives in Pennsylvania.
Vitae Coins™ helps to memorialize your friends' & loved ones' stories so they can be shared with the world for years to come, while at the same time, providing monetary assistance to non-profit organizations serving our veterans.
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