SGT Nicholas R. Gibbs
United States Army

1st Battalion, 37th Armored Regiment, 1st Armored Division

 AUG 9, 1981 – DEC 6, 2006 | Ramadi, Iraq

Hometown: Greensboro, NC

Nick was an avid Duke basketball fan and Ohio State football fan. He also had a love for his country that was cultivated through stories and history told to him while he was a little boy sitting on his grandfather’s knee. Among his mortar platoon buddies, he had many nicknames: Little Nick, Baby Gibbs, Li’l Ray, and Giblet. To honor Nick’s legacy, his family has chosen to support Carolina Patriot Rovers.

Carolina Patriot Rovers, Inc. - High Point, NC

Carolina Patriot Rovers is committed to acquiring, housing, nurturing, vaccinating, spaying, neutering, as well as training and socializing rescued dogs in order to qualify them as Emotional Support Animals (ESA) for companionship, or Certified Psychiatric Service Dogs that will perform specific tasks for disabled veterans. The dogs are named after fallen soldiers with the permission of the 'Gold Star' parents. Prior to placement, the veteran and the dog train alongside each other for a minimum of 100 hours of instruction. Since their inception in 2010, they have placed 115 dogs and honored 90 men and women who have served our nation.

Dog Tag Legacy Fund is proud to support Carolina Patriot Rovers by providing grant funds in the name of SGT Nicholas R. Gibbs.