I definitely won’t forget it ever. I thought when he won the volunteer award, that he wasn’t going to win WFFA. However, as soon as they started reading passages from our essay, it was clear that he was finally getting the recognition we know he desrves.
I had no idea that the WFFA had nothing to do with FIRSTWA or Seattle period. When I heard that it was judged in NH and that even Kevin Ross hadn’t heard until about a half hour before, I was shocked.
Mr. Steele has made a huge impact in my life and so many others, I’m proud to call him my Skunkfather. Thanks to all of you for the kind words and appreciation. It’s wonderful to see him get thanks for his years of dedicated service.