EDUCATION IS THE MOST POWERFUL WEAPON

Aug. 26, 1983 - Aug. 30, 2002

THE JOHN KRESLIN SCHOLARSHIP

5K FAMILY FUN RUN/WALK



Sunday, August 22, 2021 

Many thanks to our family, friends, colleagues, and the Carol Stream Police Department.
Walk 5/K for Johnny was a success raising over $4,630.00, and donations are still coming in! 
The morning was filled with love, fellowship, and blue skies – “Thank you Jesus.”
 Congratulations to this year’s John Kreslin Scholarship recipient - Nicole Aigner from Fremd High School. Best of luck to you,

Nicole, at the University of Wisconsin!

Congratulations to Carol Stream TOP COPS and Police Department. Carol Stream had the highest DUI arrest rate in the state among departments making at least 200 arrests, which had 3.80 arrests per sworn officer. Since 2006, Carol Stream has been one of the top ten departments in DUI arrests per officer. This small department continues their significant impact in saving lives. Thank you, Officer Dan Stafiej, Officer Nick Bacidore, and Officer Brian Rudelich for attending the walk representing your department.

A special thank you to t Officer Eric Gustanson, North Brook Police Department, and your family!

With love and gratitude
John, Rita and Kevin Kreslin

 

  WE WALK TO REMEMBER AND

AAIM TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

John Kreslin was 19 years old and a pre-pharmacy student at Butler University, Indianapolis, IN. On August 30, 2002, just four days after his 19 birthday and two days after starting his sophomore year of college, he was killed in an underage drinking, impaired driving crash.

 

 

Click here for the 2021 Scholarship Requirements.pdf

                 Click here for the 2021 Scholarship Application.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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