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January 18, 2020
How blessed I have been to have had him be a part of my life. Our paths crossed during Wanda's incident but our friendship lasted all those years. I salute this incredible man whose generosity was instrumental and helped kickstart TROT, Therapeutic Riding of Tri-cities. Because of him I could follow my dream and launch the organization in 2014 which helps people with disabilities through animal-assisted activities. What started with 4 riders has now blossomed to over 85. His legacy lives on in TROT but especially in my heart as I recall with fondness the lessons he taught me like his perseverance to build the honey house, his example of love for Wanda and his family, and through the book of his work and poetry. He will be missed but never forgotten.
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January 17, 2020
The Glenbard East Staff , the Local Scholarship Committee and his scholarship recipients are forever grateful for Dr. DuBose's generosity. Dr. DuBose was a philanthropist who graciously donated over $60,000 to students during the last ten years. He would meet each year at Glenbard East to interview candidates majoring in Civil Engineering. He would choose one student, or occasionally two students, to be presented with a $5,000 Lawrence and Wanda DuBois Family Scholarship to use for their college education His spry personality and integrity will be remembered by our staff and the scholarship winners.

Below is a brief biography read before the award is given each year at Glenbard East's Senior Honors Convocation. Thank you DuBose family!

The Lawrence and Wanda DuBose Family Scholarship was established for a deserving Glenbard East student who plans to study Civil Engineering. Lawrence DuBose has been a civil engineer his entire life. All of his children graduated from Glenbard East and he was an inspector for the building of Glenbard East in 1959.


Jim Greener, School Counselor & Local Scholarship Coordinator
Linda Bothen, Local Scholarship Secretary
Glenbard East High School
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