Dear Families of WWII Veterans Community,
I wish I could be in Texas with you all to thank everyone personally, but I hope this letter expresses my appreciation and thankfulness for the impact you have made in my life. I realize that the veterans of WW2 are becoming fewer and fewer each year and that their stories are as well. As a recipient of your scholarship, I will carry on our veterans’ legacies and respect for our country. I will remind those around me of their heroism and the sacrifices that they have made for us all. The investment you have made in my life will go towards my education at Cedarville University, where I am majoring in mathematics. It means so much to me to have been chosen as a recipient of this scholarship, and I am truly honored. Thank you for carrying on the legacies of our heroes and using young men and women in my generation to do the same. My grandfather and great uncle that served in the European Theater of Operations would be very proud of me for being awarded such a prestigious award, but more importantly proud of this foundation and what it is doing for our veterans.
Daniel H. Evans
Cedarville University, Cedarville, OH