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PH1 David Tapper - 2014 Never Quit Challenge Jet Ski Dedication


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2014 Never Quit Challenge – Clear The Way …

2014 Never Quit Challenge – Clear The Way
A Personal Water Craft ride. Select Veteran charities will benefit from fundraisers at 2 locations, one in Morro Bay at the Veteran's Hall of Sept 7th 6:00pm and the second at the Stone Bistro Gardens at Liberty Station at 6:00pm on the Anniversary of 9/11. The Never Quit Challenge is an Invitational Personal Water Craft ride vetted by Special Operations Military Veteran teams onboard Kawasaki Ultra LX JET SKI®. This is a Sea and Land adventure ride.
The Never Quit Challenge is not open for participation to the general public, it is a private charity ride for military personnel only. We do appreciate your support in donating to the cause. You will discover there are many ways for your to contribute financially, and we hope you will partner with us in taking care of our Nation's Veterans and their families. Thank you for your interest in the Never Quit Challenge.
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  • 1. 2014 NEVER QUIT CHALLENGE - BOAT DEDICATION Petty Officer First Class David M. Tapper, 32, of Camden County, New Jersey, died of wounds received in action August 20, 2003 in Afghanistan. David was a beloved Husband , father, son and brother. Mr. Tapper is survived by his wife Tracey; their children, Raimen, Vanessa, Talia and Jared; his mother, Judith, and her husband, George Youngkin; his father, Ken, and his wife, Dot; grandparents Pete and Edith Claypoole; and sisters Judi Dowell, Ruth Berwick, Brenda Banes and Diana Hicks. “Tis our duty to protect this fine Flag so lets keep on doing this duty.” Billy Waugh - Sending PH1 David Tapper Dave was the youngest of six children - and the only boy - Tapper was extremely close with his mother, Judi. "David fought a good fight and accomplished his mission in life," said a sister. "We know that he is in Heaven and it was the Lord's will to take him there.“ Mr. Tapper served in Afghanistan shortly after the September 11 attacks. Mr. Tapper took part in the rescue of wounded American POW Jessica Lynch from an Iraqi hospital, then helped recover the bodies of nine U.S. soldiers buried there. Tapper was a "lively kid" who came from a religious family. Tapper's sister said, "God's hand kept him safe when he was in Iraq. Tapper was listed as a Photographer's Mate First Class Petty Officer. He had received numerous awards and commendations, including the Joint Service Commendation Medal, and the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal. The Never Quit Challenge is honored to dedicate a JET SKI™ in David’s namesake, he was a friend of many and we miss him every day and Trust in the Lord.