San Juan Capistrano couple grateful for assistance after Marine kid’s fatality in Mississippi airplane collision DANA POINT A yearly occasion dedicated to raising money to support Militaries as well as families of Camp Pendleton’s 5th Marine Routine also acknowledged the recent sacrifice of a regional Marine.
Cindy and John Elliott, of San Juan Capistrano, were presented with a flag by Rep. Darrel Issa Saturday, July 22, complying with the death of their boy, Capt. Sean Elliott, on July 10. He was amongst 15 Militaries and also one sailor killed when a C-130 crashed in a bean field in Mississippi.
“It was really good to see that the Dana Point assistance group lagged us,” Cindy Elliott stated complying with the occasion. “It means a whole lot to see that the area is sustaining us.”
Adhering to the acknowledgment, regarding 150 Marines and also lots of trainee volunteers from Dana Hills Secondary school washed 325 vehicles. The event raised $10,000 that will profit Militaries from the Fifth Marine Program at Camp Pendleton and the Damaged Warrior Battalion.
For Jim Surber, who possesses the Capistrano Coastline automobile laundry, holding the Elliott’s as well as supplying a place to the Dana Factor Marine support system is something he was happy to do.
“You’re speaking about an ultimate sacrifice,” he claimed of Sean Elliott. “People forget exactly what those in the army do, especially if you’re outside the armed force. I deeply appreciate the sacrifice individuals in the military make.People quit their whole lives, literally and figuratively.”
Surber said he thinks areas in South Area are particularly motivated to sustain the Marines as a result of the location’s closeness to Camp Pendleton and since many armed forces experts stay in South County cities.
“The car laundry was exceptional in a lot of methods,” stated Terry Rifkin, executive supervisor of the Dana Point Fifth Marine Regiment Support system which hosted the event. “Honoring our gold star household, Cindy and also John Elliott, and spotlighting an American hero was the ideal mission at the correct time. Every one of our volunteers; aquatic and also civilian offered their best to do their work with a smile and also make the day a wonderful success.”