KFE Brake Systems Donates $500 to Rick Centanni Memorial Fund

Being on the cusps of Veterans Day 2019, our thanks, thoughts, and prayers goes out to the Veterans, those who are currently serving, and those who have lost their lives wearing the uniform. Thank you! We also give thanks to the many families and friends of these warriors. Without you, the warriors will not be able to serve their country!

It is those that wears the uniform, that have sacrifices a part of themselves, which allows everyone else to sleep peacefully each and every night. We thank you Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Coast Guardsman. Thank you for taking charge of your post and all government property in view.

This year, KFE Brake Systems will pay tribute to the loving Memories of Rick Centanni. Marine LCpl. Centanni lost his life in combat, in Afghanistan 2010. Our thoughts and prayer goes out to the friends and family of LCpl Centanni for their lost, and for what they have sacrificed for this great country of ours. Thank you!

Today, KFE Brake Systems have donated $500.00 to the Rick Centanni Memorial Fund. We hope that you will join us in thanks to all those who have served, and also in remembrance of those who have lost their lives wearing the uniform that protects our way of life.

The LCpl Rick Centanni Memorial Scholarship is open to any Esperanza High School Senior student/athlete with plans to attend a university, college, vocational or trade school. The $1,000 scholarship award is presented annually to one male and female student/athlete that meets the scholarship criteria outlined by the RCMF and Esperanza High School faculty. Additionally, the RCMF assists similar organizations with support and donations. The RCMF is a non-profit organization. Proceeds benefit the Rick Centanni Memorial Fund, Kaila Cottle Trust in memory of her father SgtMaj Robert J. Cottle, Semper Fi Fund, Wounded Warrior Project, The American Legion, Fisher House and one additional military based charity of the Executive Board’s choosing.

Rick Centanni Memorial Fund

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