We’re helping veterans
live life to the Max.
In honor of HM3 Corpsman Maxton W. Soviak Devil Doc who was killed in action.
The Corpsman Maxton W Soviak Memorial Foundation will provide Veterans and their family’s with adventure, experiences and resources to live life to the MAX!
We are excited to share that in our first seventeen months as a foundation we were able to provide a service dog for a Veteran, an emotional support dog for a Veteran, a NASCAR experience for a local Veteran and his wife, funds for a Disney adventure for a Veteran and his young family and a necessary surgery for a Veteran’s support dog.
We're excited to open registration for our 2nd annual Tango's Trot Dog Walk. It will be on Saturday, September 30th, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm at Memorial Park 20 Center Street, Berlin Heights, Ohio 44814 (behind Edison Middle School).
Proceeds will go towards purchasing a service or emotional support dog for a Veteran in need. Registration includes a T-Shirt, Swag Bag AND a dog bandanna handmade by Max’s Mom & Grandmother!
Family Fun Day
CRAFT/SPECIALIZED VENDORS • FOOD TRUCKS • MUSIC/LIVE REMOTE K96 • RAFFLES • PHOTO OP • FACE PAINTING • DOG AGILITY COURSE • RILEY’S ANGELS THERAPY DOGS • ERIE CO. SHERIFF K9 DEMOS • THE DOG ADVOCATE DEMO
Registration has closed. However, if you would still like to come have lunch, walk, shop our vendors and 50+ raffles you are welcome! We will be selling extra T-shirts at our merchandise table for $15.
Corpsman Maxton William Soviak was KIA on August 26th, 2021, by a suicide bomber at the Abbey Gate of the Kabul airport in Afghanistan. Max answered the call “Corpsman Up” to provide aid to a mother and child, it would be his last act of service before losing his life at 22 years old. Maxton was serving alongside his fellow Marines in the humanitarian effort to evacuate innocent civilians and allies from Afghanistan.
“The Corpsman Maxton W Soviak Memorial Foundation was founded by his parents to honor his memory and continue his legacy. It is an honor to stand proudly in support of his fellow Veterans that served our country and their families. Our goal is to create a foundation that helps Veterans, and their family members, by linking them to services tailored to their unique needs.”
— Kip and Rachel Soviak