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My son Jude is an outstanding young man. He loves his country, family, and Jesus. On the second day of his freshman year of high school, our community and home were devastated by the Great Flood of 2016. The first months of school was cancelled, and he stepped up to help our community and family rebuild our homes and businesses. Now it is his final year of high school and again we are faced with adversity. Although Jude will not be able to walk across the stage to accept his diploma, he has not allowed this unfortunate series of events to cloud his view. His positive outlook inspires me to want more out of this life. In the fall he will attend LSU to pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He only has a plan A, because according to Jude, having a plan B means that you have intentions of failing. I can't wait to see how this man changes the world. Best of luck to you son. Your daddy and I are so proud of you.




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