CAPE MAY, NJ, Sept. 18, 2015 — Thank you to everyone who came out for our annual flag ceremony as we remembered twelve years without Brian.
Updates from our past CPT Brian Faunce Memorial award winners, shared memories of Brian, and other relevant news are all available here.
Join us for fun night with the Phillies and support a great cause! The CPT Brian Faunce Memorial Night with the Phillies will be held Tuesday, June 30, 2015 and discounted tickets cost $25.
It’s been a long journey but we finally have a Memorial Marker to honor Brian in Arlington National Cemetery. A service with Full Honors is planned for Thursday, May 7th, with reception following. All are welcome!
Jake Ahle, our Penn State ROTC award winner 2013, graduated from Ranger School – and like Brian, he did it in just one pass!
Our CPT Brian Faunce Memorial winner from 2007, Daniel Frechette, was married last summer. After celebrating their wedding in Alaska, Dan and his new wife Lorraine escaped the cold and enjoyed a Hawaii honeymoon. Dan’s assignment to Fort Richardson, Alaska is coming to an end and the couple will be heading to Germany this summer. He [...]
Our CPT Brian Faunce Memorial winner from 2012, Kelsie Smith, is recently married and stationed at Ft. Richardson in Eagle River, AK. She’s working as a Platoon Leader in C Company, 307th Expeditionary Signal Battalion. Despite the long and harsh winter, she is loving Alaska and enjoying all of the beautiful places to visit. She and [...]
Our very first CPT Brian Faunce Award winner, Holly Brewer from 2004, is currently in her last year of law school at the University of Memphis. Upon graduating and passing the bar exam, she hopes to apply for a position as an Assistant District Attorney. Last summer she interned with the Shelby County District Attorney’s [...]
Jake Ahle, last year’s winner of our annual Penn State ROTC award, graduated from Infantry Basic Officer Leader Course as a distinguished honor graduate. He is now in Georgia, testing his mettle at Ft. Benning’s grueling Ranger School. We hope he can make it through on just one try like Brian did. The force is with [...]
Ten years ago we hiked up the second highest mountain in New York state to lay Brian’s ashes to rest at the top of Algonquin Peak. On September 14, 2013, we hiked Algonquin again to mark ten years since we said goodbye. This hike is a challenging climb! No wonder Brian liked this trail. Our journey [...]
CAPE MAY, NJ, Sept. 27, 2013 — Brian’s mile marker at this year’s Run for the Fallen once again landed at the Sandman Consolidated School in Cape May, NJ. As last year, the students and staff of the Sandman School went out of their way to make our mile marker very special. The Safety Patrol [...]