‘Sit Down With Steve’ on Space Coast Daily TV: Military Veteran Tommy Highsmith Talks About Philanthropy and Sports

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SPACE COAST DAILY TV: In the latest edition of “Sit Down with Steve,” Steve Wilson talks with retired U.S. Air Force veteran Tommy Highsmith, who, along with his wife Shalarie, recently started a charitable organization to aid foster children. Highsmith talks about the charity, his love of sports, his military service, and much more.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – In this latest edition of “Sit Down with Steve,” Steve Wilson talks with retired U.S. Air Force veteran Tommy Highsmith.

Highsmith, originally from Rockford, Illinois, made his way to the Space Coast via the military.

He has been involved with youth sports for many years and has coached some of the top talent in the United States.

While stationed at Wright – Patterson Air Force Base, he was the girls’ varsity basketball coach. Later he became the assistant coach for All Air Force Women’s Basketball and All-Armed Forces Women’s Basketball.

Highsmith and his wife, Shalarie, recently started U R Not 4 Gotten. Inc., a foundation that helps foster children.

The name of the foundation is “U R Not 4 Gotten. Inc.” It is in its infancy stages but will be eventually be offering “birthday boxes” for foster children. According to Highsmith, the “extra effort” is needed so these kids are not forgotten.

Tommy Highsmith and Shalarie, are an asset to Brevard County. There is no doubt that their charity foundation will be a great success.

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