Meet Michelle Tate, Volunteer for MarineParents.com
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Michelle TateVolunteering since 2020-08-07
Total Service Hours:
Total Service Hours in 2021: 303.54
Michelle is a single parent from Texas who lives with her middle school daughter. Michelle's son is her Marine, although since his graduation in 2020 she feels blessed to have gained many more sons and daughters! Michelle's Marine graduated from MCRD SD. Their fur-family includes 2 horses and 4 dogs. Michelle's son talked about becoming a Marine from being very young and entered the DEP almost immediately after completing his Junior Year in High School. Michelle's son is joining a family history of military service both in the USA and the UK where she immigrated from when she was 13.
Michelle loves volunteering with MarineParents.com because it's a way to "pay-it- forward" for all of the help and support that she received and continues to receive. Having gone through several Semper Gumby moments leading up to her son going to Boot Camp she wanted to help other families who are going through their Marine Corps journey. Michelle loves the support and encouragement that the MarineParents.com organization provides to so many throughout their Marine's career. Being able to volunteer with MarineParents.com helps Michelle feel connected not only with other families and volunteers but also with her Marine. The sense of comradery and the support that Michelle receives as a volunteer with MarineParents.com is amazing! The MarineParents.com organization does so much to help families through all stages of their Marine's career and that level of support and dedication makes Michelle proud to be part of the organization.