Image courtesy: Nick Rozanski Memorial Fund
Capt. Nicholas Rozanski, 36, was one of three Ohio National Guard soldiers killed on Apr. 4 in Afghanistan's Faryab province.
Along with Master Sgt. Jeffrey Rieck, 45, of Columbus, and Master Sgt. Shawn Hannon, 44, of Grove City, Capt. Rozanski, who is from Dublin, made the ultimate sacrifice when terrorists attacked his unit with a suicide vehicle borne improvised explosive device.
As the state of Ohio mourns these devastating tragedies, including the death of Army Staff Sgt. Christopher Brown, 26, of Columbus, who was killed in action the previous day in Kunar province, the family of Capt. Rozanski has quickly and selflessly set up a memorial fund that will be used to fund scholarships for children in the Dublin community.
"The scholarship will enable future generations of young, courageous men and women like Nick Rozanski to follow their dreams," the website says.
Please consider contributing to this memorial fund while keeping the Rozanski, Rieck, Hannon, Brown, and families of all our fallen heroes in your thoughts and prayers. Because after all, the brave men and women of our military are all part of one big family to which we also belong: the United States of America.
"Nick, a graduate of Dublin Coffman High School and The Ohio State University, was an amazing father, husband, son, brother & friend to all who knew him," the website says.
You can contribute to the Nick Rozanski Memorial Fund by donating here or by sending a check to this address:
Nick Rozanski Memorial Fund
2095 Kentwell Rd
Columbus, OH 43221
Image courtesy: Ohio National Guard
Thursday, April 12, 2012
For Future Generations
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First, let me add my comment of support for our military service volunteers and especially for those who give their all for our often ungrateful and thoughtless benefit, and their beloved family and friends who support them at great personal sacrifice.ReplyDelete
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Again, thank you for your blog and for supporting our super-citizens too.
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