Kyle Prince Joselin Memorial Fund: Building Dreams in Honor of Kyle

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Good day to all! My name is Gerlande, and my family wants to thank you in advance for reading this post. On December 23, 2023, we got the worst news imaginable. Kyle, who I consider my son, was involved in a tragic vehicle accident resulting in his unfortunate death. He turned 19 on December 17th, 2023, and had aspirations of becoming a carpenter – construction worker. Kyle graduated from The High School of the Future in Philadelphia and was among the top students in his graduating class. Furthermore, Kyle was recently inducted into the Union of Eastern Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters or EASRCC. A brotherhood that he was very proud of! Kyle enjoyed the arts, dancing, building things, and spending time with his family, friends, and girlfriend. He was very charismatic and had a dynamic personality! He will truly be missed. Having said that, we are asking for your help. Please consider donating whatever you can to help with his legacy. Nehemiah 3 teaches us that “Many hands make light work”. We thank you for your ongoing prayers and support, may the lord continue to bless you and yours!

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Kyle Prince Joselin was involved in a tragic vehicle accident resulting in his unfortunate death on December 23, 2023. He turned 19 years old on December 17th, 2023. He had his inspiration to become a carpenter- a construction worker. Thank you, everyone, in advance for your support. This campaign aims to recognize and support students passionate about Carpenter studies and committed to positively impacting their communities. By providing financial assistance and encouragement, the scholarship seeks to empower the next generation of carpenters to pursue their dreams and create lasting change through their craft. Kyle graduated from the High School of the Future in Philadelphia, where he was among the top of his graduate class. He was inducted into the Union of Eastern Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters, or EASRCC—a brotherhood that he was very proud of! Kyle enjoyed the arts, dancing, building things, and spending time with his family. The scholarship will award $1000 annually to two deserving students. The scholarship funds will be disbursed directly to the recipient's educational institution for tuition, fees, books, or other educational expenses.
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