Mary Kelly Mohr, Founder of Heroes Warehouse lost her Brave battle with cancer on May 12, 2020.
What started as a simple act of kindness in 2012, soon turned into her passion to help Veterans furnish their Hud/Vash homes at No Cost to them ignited what would become Heroes Warehouse and in 2016 becoming a non-profit 501(c)3.
We are committed to continuing Mary’s legacy and her Love of Veterans
Lillian Burch Baltes is proud to serve and honor our Veteran Families. Lillian's father served 26 years as a Naval Commander. Son Scott Baltes served (Air Force) and Son Daniel Burch (Special Ops Navy Diver) is active duty. Lillian spent 30 years in the Advertising & Publishing business, her past 13 as GM of a Fortune 10 Company. She and her husband Bob reside in Alta Loma and have 4 children and 5 grandchildren.
Lillian has always shared Mary's love of Veterans and is proud to continue her sister's legacy
Martin Daly was born and raised in New York, entered the Army in 1965. He served in Vietnam from 1966-1967. He left New York in 1969 and headed to California with a fellow Vietnam friend. Martin decided to give back and started volunteering in 2011. While volunteering he met Mary Kelly-Mohr and they partnered together for the inception of Heroes Warehouse. He is the Vice-President and Principal Driver. Martin resides in Fontana with his wife.
Chief Financial Officer
Lori Molter retired after 32 years from the grocery business in 2004 and was looking for a way to give back. For the last 9 years, she has been a counselor with a volunteer organization, Veterans Burial Benefits Program. She is honored and privileged to be able to help inform Veterans and their families about their burial benefits. After hearing and learning about Heroes Warehouse, through her childhood friend of 50 plus years, Mary Kelly-Mohr, Lori decided that this is where she is supposed to be. Seeing the gratitude on the faces of the veterans we have helped is beyond words, and they have touched her life in so many ways. Lori has one daughter and 4 grandchildren. Lori resides in Beaumont with her husband Jerry..
Sharon Ulloa-Robledo is the daughter of a Navy Veteran that served in World War 2.
She retired after 36 years from the telecommunication business in 2009. Sharon went to high school with Heroes Warehouse founder, Mary Kelly-Mohr, they reconnected at a high school reunion. Mary told her all about Heroes Warehouse with so much enthusiasm and excitement, that the following week after the reunion Sharon came to visit the warehouse and decided to become a Volunteer. She is honored to serve our Veteran Families and make a difference in their lives.
Sergeant at Arms
Rosemary is a mother to four children and grandmother to five. Three of Rosemary’s’ children served in the United States Marine Corp. She has always believed in giving back to the community, by helping children, our Veterans, and most importantly serving the Lord. Rosemary met Mary Kelly-Mohr at the American Legion in Fontana and started Volunteering at Heroes Warehouse in 2017. One of the main reasons she volunteers is because all of her children came home safe from serving in the Marines and she believes that all Veterans should have a place to call home.
Armando Heredia entered in the U.S. Army from 1969-1971 as SPC 4th Class. He fought in Vietnam, 25th Infantry Division (Wolfhounds) in the Sniper Division. He was awarded the Bronze Star for Heroism. Armando has volunteered to help Veterans since 1986, because he feels that Veterans need our help, because they sacrificed themselves and served our Nation and we need to make their lives better. He is a member of VFW, American Legion, Am Vets, Disabled American Veterans and Heroes Warehouse.
Jerry Molter has been in the trucking business for over 20 years as a driver and currently a field supervisor. He is the son of an Air Force Veteran that served in Vietnam. He has been with the Heroes Warehouse for a short time but truly believes in it. He sees the need to help out our Veterans because they gave so much and received so little. Jerry has 1 daughter and 2 grandchildren and has been married for 16 years.
Franklin served our Country as a Marine for three years. After being honorably discharged he worked for 23 years as a transit mixer driver. Franklin always wanted to give back to the Community and has volunteered at Food Banks, the American Legion Post 497 and for the last five years at Heroes Warehouse. Franklin continues to help out wherever needed and truly enjoys helping his brother Veterans.
Betty Volk has been a supporter of the Heroes Warehouse for a few years and is now one of our board members. She has been Financial Advisor for Volunteers for Veterans Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to ensuring a better life for veterans and active military personnel since 2009. The two organizations have partnered together to see that our veterans and active military personnel receive the best assistance possible. In addition, Betty has served as one of the executive coordinators for the Veterans Car Show since 1990. She resides in Fontana with her husband; she has 2 children and 6 grandchildren.