But the new space soon-to-be open for families is marking a place to honor one, in particular. The road the complex sits on is the namesake of a fallen local Army veteran, Sergeant Bradley Crose.
“[Losing him] is a nightmare. It’s my worst nightmare,” says Sheila Russell, Crose’s mother.
It’s been more than 21 years since Russell lost her son. Crose was killed in 2002 while serving his country in Afghanistan. The range in Middleburg sits on what is now Sergeant Bradley Close Road, a label with his legacy.