Stratford University: Newport News Pays Tribute to Fallen Heroes

FORT EUSTIS, VIRGINIA, May 14, 2016

Stratford Newport News Campus Military Outreach Coordinator, Zollie Allmond, attended the Dedication of the Bronze Cross Memorial at Magnolia Park, Fort Eustis, VA. The ceremony was a tribute to the falling family members. Newport News campus provided the ceremonial cake created by Culinary Arts Instructor Chef Titus Dudley and tor), and two of his Culinary Arts Students, Shavette Reigler and, Crystal Mitchel-Knight. In addition, Major General Anthony C. Funkhouser, Commanding General, USACIMT was the guest speaker and the Patriot Riders attended the event.

About Stratford University’s Military Outreach Office

Stratford University is recognized as a military friendly school. Stratford is a member of the Services Members Opportunities College (SOC) program and has agreed to participate in the Yellow Ribbon program. Stratford has a number of military education programs designed to help US military and former-US military personnel complete their education. Stratford University offers Associates, Bachelors, and Masters degrees in business administration, computer information systems, culinary arts, hospitality management, health sciences, and nursing. These degrees are the shortest path between where you are now and the career of your dreams. Find out more about what Stratford University offers our military servicemen and women, both active and returning to the civilian workforce, by visiting our Military Student Office online.