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Sunday, December 18, 2016 10:34 | Denis Mouyenga

Dear Al,

First, please let me express how it was a real pleasure meeting you in person in California in the beginning of the month. Thank you for making time to accommodate me during my business trip. I am excited and honored by your invitation to join the Southwest Veterans' Business Center as a Board Member. I commend you for this amazing vision to care for our fellow Veterans, with a stated goal to end homelessness for U.S. military Veterans across the nation.

I enjoyed touring your installation and going over the fast-speed orientation. We need more military leaders like you that would remember to actively do something for their fellow Servicemembers, following their retirement. Well done Sir!

Thank you. 


  • Sunday, December 18, 2016 11:53 | Stanley Fujii
    Welcome Denis to the SWVBRC's Board. It will be a pleasure to work beside you on continuing with our mission. I would love to hear other Veteran's years from now making comments like yours about what a legacy Albert, past BOD and supporters have created. Much continued success, and happy holidays! -Stan
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    • Tuesday, December 20, 2016 12:00 | Denis Mouyenga
      Thank you Stan and my best wishes for the holidays to you and your family as well.

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  • Sunday, December 18, 2016 12:16 | Albert Renteria (Administrator)
    Denis, thank you for your generosity and your intent to serve a Nation of people that has demonstrated their intent to serve our Veterans.

    I too enjoyed your visit and I quickly recognized who you are and what you too have achieved and continue to give to benefit others.

    Your new journey is one that you can do alone or welcome a world of others. I have been blessed to acknowledge I have never journeyed alone but with a world of many. Welcome to the world of many. Semper Fi, Al
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