Dr. Clyde R. Horn

Board Director, Chair – Yellow Ribbon Programs

Dr. Clyde R. Horn is a combat Vietnam Veteran who served in the 199th Light Infantry Brigade 1967-68. Professionally, Clyde is a semi-retired licensed psychotherapist. Clyde has authored the book, PTSD in Pictures & Words, available on www.rp-author.com/horn, in which he utilized his hobby of photography as a medium for creative expression and his own therapy. Clyde, a 100% disabled Veteran, weekly meets with other disabled Silicon Valley based Veterans helping them navigate the disability system. In addition to supporting the Foundation, Clyde also serves as the 2013 President of the Kiwanis Club of Los Gatos.

Honors & awards

Clyde is the recipient of the Combat Infantry Badge, Purple Heart, and Army Commendation Medal.

Education & training

Clyde’s education at California Baptist University, Southwestern Theological Seminary, Azusa Pacific University and Colton University culminated in three Masters Degrees in Theology, Education and Psychology, and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology.

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Dr. Clyde HornA Memorial creates an actual place where veterans, all who serve their country and families of all races, creeds, social status and opinion can find a place that creates a healing environment to reflect and value one of our greatest gifts--to live in a free society.
Dr. Clyde HornWounded Combat Veteran, Psychotherapist, Photographer, Vietnam Veteran, Purple Heart Recipient, Honorary Board Member
jim free "Going clear back to the Civil War, all of our Veterans have raised their right hand and swore to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.   And along with that we wrote a check to the U.S. Government and the American People for an amount up to and including our lives.  Unfortunately, far too many have given their all in that regard."
James FreeChairman Emeritus, Campbell Veterans Memorial Foundation
ed stahl"It is important to have a war memorial because it must not be forgotten that many people gave their lives so that we Americans might have what we have today."
Ed StahlCEO, Travel Advisors of Los Gatos