‘For those who served:‘ Virtual 5K to benefit family of Florida Army veteran who took his own life
Evan Rhoden, 33, took his own life on June 13 leaving behind his wife Amanda Rhoden, and their blended family of four children. “Evan had an army and a village behind him, but the PTSD consumed him,” Amanda Rhoden said. Snyder and his wife, who is also an Army veteran, organized a virtual 5K called “Run for Rhoden,” with all proceeds going to help the Rhoden family during this tragic time. Every participant receives a medal that reads “For those who served” to remember soldiers like Evan Rhoden. “His compassion, his smile, his strength, his love and his fight,” Amanda Rhoden said.