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Thursday, August 19, 2010 20:49 | Eric Rudd

Hello everyone my name is Eric Rudd I am on active duty station at March Air Base this is my blodg, I have 18 years in the US Army ,I am starting my own business Cleaning Commerical Hoods and MRO Products and Paint here in southern Cal.I just started as a Learner here in Perris. the training  is center around helping Vet not to be homeless and also how we as Vet came help one another out by helping out one another .I am still trying to get this thing down. My business is doing well I guess still working on something I am always stoping by the center I  don't  want to see it fail, Vet if we  don't use it  this will be a place that the doors get close. I made a commitment to see the center become sucessful, place for vet to meet with Albert Arrenteria and pick his brain and get some knowledge from him, he is doing some great thing with the center. So here it is follow me on this blog to see where this take me and where my business is at.

 

 

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  • Saturday, August 21, 2010 15:53 | Carol Grice
    Dear Eric,
    A very warm welcome to our dedicated group of Veteran's. I firmly believe that if we help each other our paths to success will be in the right direction. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to assist you through the task of creating your blogs. I would be interested in learning what your opinion was of your orientation. You next step in the blog creation would be "Who am I?
    I will be following you and waiting to hear your story.
    Thank you so much for your service.
    Carol
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    • Saturday, August 28, 2010 11:55 | Chris Thayer
      Hello Carol,
      I wanted to add a note to you and thank you for continuing to be a source of inspiration for our veterans (and to me). You are an inspiration as you do so much all of the time in so many ways. I can still see you smoking that cigar as the only female officer at the table with all the male Navy officers in the picture at SWVBRC center. Your courage and dedication are amazing!
      Thank you Carol for your service then and now, for helping SWVBRC to continue to grow and to reach out to all those who have served, and to encourage and support our veterans who deserve our gratitude and our blessings.
      God Bless,
      Chris
      Christine Thayer
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      • Saturday, August 28, 2010 15:16 | Carol Grice
        Thank you Chris,
        Just for the record, my dinner partners were Marines.That historical event took place at Marine Corps Supply Center Barstow, CA in 1966. In his after dinner speech, General Masters remarked that if Carol Grice had lived during the days of Carrie Nation, Ms. Nation would have likely made much more progress.
        It is my pleasure to reach out to our Veterans. They are the heart and soul of this nation. We need to pray for their safety several time a day.
        I praise you as a civilian for showing your continued support.
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        • Thursday, September 02, 2010 18:31 | Chris Thayer
          Hi Carol,
          Thanks for correcting me about your dinner partners being Marines not Navy! Oops! You are amazing! Thank you for setting such a great example by continuously being supportive and staying actively involved in SWVBRC programs for our veterans.
          God Bless, chris
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  • Saturday, August 28, 2010 11:45 | Chris Thayer
    Hello Eric and Welcome!
    I am so glad to see you signed up as a Learner at SWVBRC in Perris. I am a civilian and a volunteer and I truly believe in supporting our veterans. I love your attitude Eric and love that you want to help your fellow veterans by having a place to meet and learn and share ideas to keep your lives healthy and prosperous. Albert Renteria is a good man and is helping us all to grow and learn how to be better community members serving others.

    Thank you for all your service and all that you are continuing to do your our country and our veterans.
    God Bless,
    chris
    Christine Thayer
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  • Saturday, January 29, 2011 06:15 | Jeffrey Backus
    Eric, Thank you for your service to our Country. Welcome to the SWVBRC also! I look forward to reading your story and staying up to date on the progress of your business.
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