Andy BowerI was born in Cincinnati, Ohio but grew up in Kansas and now live in Louisburg, Kansas. I have been a hunter all of my life.

My most memorable experience was traveling up to my Grandparents house in Park falls, Wisconsin where we did some incredible fishing! That is also where my first hunting experience started, hunting squirrels with just a sling shot and rocks. I was taught by my Grandpa, the meaning of patience, practice makes perfect and aim small miss small.

I hunt all big game, waterfowl, and upland birds the Midwest has to offer, but predator hunting holds a special place. Whether it is fox, bobcat or coyote the rush and challenge never grows old.

I look forward to being part of Wounded Warrior United as a Pro-Staff and getting out in the field with our Nations finest!

Sadie Jo Accashian and I’m a bow hunter and an outdoors woman. I’ve been shooting a bow since I was about 5 years old and been hunting since I was 15. Even going hunting, you might not get anything, but that doesn’t make the hunt unsuccessful.

Being out in the woods and finding yourself and getting mountain therapy is all you need for a long happy life. I do seminars at bass pro in Denver about women in hunting and mountain lion hunting, I also teach archery classes, and love getting anyone into the hunting lifestyle!


Tony Shutter, fishing since I was 4 yrs old, I fish for mostly Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and Crappie, fished in several Pa. State Bass tournaments Began shooting archery when I was 6 yrs old, 22 rifles when I turned 8, shot in small bore competition for 2 yrs age 13 and 14.
Have been hunting since I was 12 yrs old, I hunt small game, deer and turkey, I hunt with both bow, firearms and muzzleloader.
Enlisted in the US Marines from 1985 to 1993 MOS 8541 scout/sniper graduated from Parris Island Mar 21 1986 PLT 3020 3rd BN H Co. served at Camp Pendleton, Ca, 29 Palms, Ca and Camp Lejeune, NC my last assignment was with 1/2 2nd Mar Div

David Williams… I have lived on my farm in Oskaloosa, KS my whole life. Hunting is my life, from small game to whitetails. Hunting waterfowl is by far my favorite and most passionate, getting birds to commit to a spread is the best feeling ever!

I am very proud and honored to be part of the WWU Prostaff, if it wasn’t for the men and women that have done what they have done, then we would not have the privileges we have today!!!


Joe Freybler…I am from La Crosse, Wi and work for Alter Metal Recycling. I have been married to my wife, Stacy, for 11 years, and have 6 children and 1 grandchild.

I started hunting at an early age with my father and brothers; hunting everything from deer, bear, coyote, ducks and whatever else that crawls and flies. I believe that if you want a child to stay out of trouble teach them about the outdoors, and what it has to offer.

Dave Sterling …Married 15+ years to high school sweetheart. 3 kids.
Joined army as infantry in 2001 Deployed to Iraq in 2003 and was hit by an RPG in April 2004. Since being wounded I have become an avid hunter, fisherman and trapper.

Being outdoors has made the road to recovery less bumpy. I hope that by sharing my story and experiences, I will be able to help other vets on their road to recovery and healing.


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