Thank you!

Thanks for all the support, we really appreciate it!

Advertisements

Joe Hofman and Lily Sullivan recipients of 2019 Brett Jensen scholarships!

2019 Scholarship recipients Joe Hofman and Lily Sullivan
2019 Scholarship recipients Joe Hofman and Lily Sullivan

Last week was scholarship week.  Two more Brett Akio Jensen Memorial Scholarships totaling $15,000 were awarded through the Rotary Club of Everett and Cascade High School.

Both recipients, Joe Hofman and Lily Sullivan, will soon be graduates of Cascade High School.  Like Brett, both of these outstanding students love their family, their friends, and life.  We are proud to continue Brett’s legacy by furthering their education.

Joe Hofman 2019 Brett Jensen-Rotary Scholarship recipient

Joe is the recipient of the Everett Rotary-Brett Jensen Scholarship which combined, is $10,000.  He is heading to Georgetown University to study pre-law and is also going to be on the diving team.

Lily Sullivan 2019 Brett Akio Jensen Memorial Scholarship recipient

Lily Sullivan  is the recipient of the $5000 Brett Akio Jensen Memorial Scholarship.   She will be attending  Western Washington University, and is planning on majoring in special education.  She exemplifies Brett’s heart and compassion.

 

Also, if you wish to register for the Brett Jensen Memorial Walk and Run (August 24, 2019) click here:  REGISTER – BRETT”S RUN 2019

Without your love and support, these scholarships would not be possible.

Thank you,

Brett Akio Jensen Foundation

Lily Sullivan is recipient of 2019 Brett Akio Jensen Memorial Scholarship!

 

Lily Sullivan and her mother Erin Sullivan
Lily Sullivan and her mother Erin Sullivan

Cascade High School senior Lily Sullivan is the recipient of the $5000 Brett Akio Jensen Memorial Scholarship.   She will be attending Western Washington University in the all and she is planning on majoring in special education.  She exemplifies Brett’s heart and compassion.

Congratulations Lily!

Brett Jensen

Jensen_Brett_20190507Remembering Brett Jensen August 28, 1982 – May 7, 2002 To laugh often and much. To appreciate beauty, to find the best in others. To leave the world a bit better. To Know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded -poetic license to RW. Emerson- Brett, you are loved and missed. Love, Mom, Dad, and Megan brettjensen.wordpress.com

Published in The Herald (Everett) on May 7, 2019: Link

14 Years of Turkeys to Families with CHS Food Drive

The Cascade High School Holiday Food Drive is an amazing event! Students learn the value in giving and investing in their community, and in helping out those in need during the holidays. For many students, helping pull off this food drive is a favorite high school experience.

The Jensens make it even more special with their turkey donation each year, adding a turkey (18-20 lbs each) to the food donation for each family.

Food Drive CHS 2018_ 3

Food Drive CHS 2018_ Turkey

Food Drive CHS 2018_ 2

Food Drive CHS 2018_ 1

Brett Jensen

Jensen_Brett_20180828

August 28, 1982 – May 7, 2002   Your friends, family, and community gathered to celebrate your birthday this past Saturday at your Memorial Walk/Run #9. It was a day filled with smiles, laughter, warm memories, and a few tears. You are missed, you are remembered, and you are loved. Love, Mom, Dad, and Megan

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/heraldnet/obituary.aspx?pid=190071737

 

Brett Akio Jensen

Jensen_Brett_bd17

It’s Your Birthday! Brett Akio Jensen August 28, 1982 – May 7, 2002 We continue to celebrate your life as you turn 35 years old. Friends, family, and community remembered you at your Memorial Walk and Run with music, laughter, memories, and sunshine. We love you and miss you, Mom, Dad, and Megan brettjensen.wordpress.com

Published in The Herald (Everett) on Aug. 28, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brett’s Run in The Herald

Julie Mulstein’s article in The Herald, Wed, Aug 23, 2017:

Brett Jensen would have turned 35 next week. A top student, ASB president and athlete in Cascade High School’s Class of 2001, he died the year after graduation. His life of achievement ended when he fell from a fraternity house near the University of Washington campus.

Zack Demars, another standout Cascade graduate, never had the chance to meet Jensen.

“I was just 2 years old when he passed away,” said Demars, 18, who on Monday was featured as The Herald’s Super Kid. “There’s no way I could have met him, but I’m so affected by his story. Everyone at Cascade is impacted. The Everett community is impacted.”……..

Read the entire article: