WEST PALM BEACH, FL - 09/12/2016 (PRESS RELEASE JET)
Attorney Willie E. Gary of Gary, Williams, Parenti, Watson & Gary, P.L.L.C, recently presented 10 scholarships to students at Redemptive Life Ministries in West Palm Beach, Florida, as part of the “Our Time to Rise” weekend for youth.
In an effort to make attending college a reality for 10 students in Palm Beach County, The Gary Foundation presented a check to Redemptive Life Youth Ministries at the church’s signature back-to-school event. The culmination event featured Attorney Willie Gary challenging young people to “Be All You Can Be.”
Redemptive Life Fellowship Church, led by Bishop Harold Ray, is a “people ministry,” focused on corporately enhancing quality of life in the Palm Beach local community, and individually transforming lives spiritually, socially, educationally, and economically. Fully invested in Redemptive Life’s mission, Gary provided insights, and most of all, opportunities, to the church’s youth ministry program, during his speech.
"Willie Gary is a powerhouse. At the end of such a powerful event, he was able to provide even more energy and inspiration to our young people and their parents,” said church Co-Pastor and youth program organizer Pastor Brenda Ray. “We couldn’t be more thankful for Mr. Gary’s time, inspiration, and critical assistance to these students who have big goals, important dreams, and a bright future.”
The Law Firm of Gary, Williams, Parenti, Watson, & Gary, P.L.L.C, has been serving the needs of South Florida’s people and community at large for over three decades. Dedicated to providing clients with the best possible legal representation, Gary and his team strive to develop solid attorney-client foundations built on integrity, trust, resolve, and perseverance. This concept enables the firm to best serve their clients and attain the most desirable outcome on their behalf – and the firm’s mission extends into their community work and the work of The Gary Foundation.
“There’s nothing more important than lifting up the youth in our community,” said Gary. “It was an absolute pleasure and fulfilment of mission to provide scholarships to Redemptive Life’s youth on behalf of The Gary Foundation, and going forward we welcome the opportunity to assist the church and the communities it serves in any way possible.”
The scholarship recipients, their graduating high schools, and college of choice, are:
· Dameneka Afrika, Suncoast Community High School, FAMU;
· Serena Demills, Palm Beach Lakes Community High School, FAMU;
· Kaydiann Elliott, Atlantic Community High School, University of South Florida;
· Paris Evans, Palm Beach Lakes Community High School, FAMU;
· Faith Lee, Florida Virtual High School, Jackson University;
· Hentavious Parker, Glades High School, Warner University;
· Taylor Reichel, Suncoast Community High School, FAMU;
· Frank Turner, Jr., Atlantic High School, FAMU;
· Crichanni Watson, Royal Palm Beach High School, FAMU;
· MyAsja Wilson, Atlantic Community High School, High Point University
Redemptive Life Fellowship Church, led by Bishop Harold Ray, is located at 2101 N. Australian Ave. in West Palm Beach, FL 33407. For additional information on the church and how you can help its youth program, please visit their website at http://www.rlife.org.
About Willie E. Gary
Willie E. Gary and his legal team are known for taking on some of the nation’s most powerful corporate giants, including the funeral industry. In 1995, a jury awarded Gary and his legal team a record-breaking, half-billion dollars against one of the world’s largest funeral chains, The Loewen Group. In addition, Gary is noted for winning a $240 million jury verdict in Orange County against the Walt Disney Corporation for his clients who alleged that Disney stole their idea for a sports theme park. In 2001, a jury awarded Gary a $139.6 million verdict for the Maris Distributing Company against Anheuser Busch. The record breaking $23.6 billion dollar verdict in the Reynolds American Tobacco case was awarded in 2014. More recently Gary obtained one of the largest wrongful death verdicts in the history of North Carolina against Horizon Coach Lines -- $20 million including interest on behalf of the estate of Doval Watson, Jr., who was killed in a bus crash in 2013.
PHOTO CAPTION: Attorney Willie E. Gary delivers keynote message during “Our Time To Rise” Event at Redemptive Life Ministries. Photo Credit WCP Communications.
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