A stained glass window dedicated to the Boomer’s Legacy Foundation was installed at the Comox Valley Airport. To commemorate the occasion, founder Maureen Eykelenboom was on hand, along with Col. James Benninger of 19 Wing Comox and Fred Bigelow of the Comox Valley Airport.
“Boomer’s Legacy is committed to ‘Helping Soldiers Help Others’ by providing funds to support projects in communities where our soldiers serve,” said founder Maureen Eykelenboom. “It is simply wonderful to see our legacy live on at the Comox Valley Airport. What a great way to remember the generosity of all the donors and sponsors that have helped us to provide funds for basic humanitarian needs, medical care and education in these communities.”
The window, created by local glass artist Jan Lindstrom, depicts the Boomer’s Legacy Foundation logo and a yellow ribbon, the well-known symbol of support for Canada’s troops.
“19 Wing Comox is appreciative of the efforts of Boomer’s Legacy to make a positive difference in those communities in which our soldiers serve,” said 19 Wing Commander, Col. Jim Benninger. “I am happy to be here today to mark this occasion with Maureen and those who are committed to her cause.”
“The Comox Valley Airport is pleased to display this tribute to an organization dedicated to making a difference in the lives of others,” concluded YQQ CEO Fred Bigelow. “This window truly symbolizes the generous spirit of our community and is an excellent way to welcome passengers into our airport.”
The dedication of the Boomer’s Legacy window at YQQ took place at 2pm on 9 April 2014.