In honor of Mr. David Bolet

Mr. David Bolet was a US Army combat veteran. Like all veterans and those who are still serving, David lived his life with honor and distinction. Patriots like him make us feel proud to be Americans. His sacrifice gave us the oppprtunity to have a better tomorrow. Like all our warriors, he fought, bled, cried, and suffered at the far corners of the world so that we may never have to go through what he went through. Unfortunately, this great selfless service often take a toll on those that carries such burden on their shoulders. I personally have never served and therefore I cannot even begin to understand or speak for such terrible woes. All I know is that David Bolet was a fighter, a warrior, and a human being too. David was taken from us too soon for his life had just begun. Before he left us, he was also a beloved member of the NYC Uber driver group. I had the chance of learning a little about him and had the honor of reading each other's posts from time to time. I can say that David was also much more than just a soldier. He was a beloved husband and a son to his family. He was a cherished member of the NYC Uber driver group. He will be missed. As an American, who loves this country, I ask this with tears in my eyes and a heavy heart. Please donate anything you can find in your heart to David's funeral costs and for his family. For once , as the opportunity has befallen upon us, let's take care of those who had taken care of us. Let's say thank you to those that fought our battles against all the demons and evils that lurked in the valley of shadow and death. A little bit of financial gratitude is the least we can do for someone who has given so much and asked for so little. There is a saying: "Bad times created strong men and strong men created good times, good times created weak men, and weak men created hard times." Like all servicemen and women, David gave us the opportunity to enjoy the life we that have, let us not crumple and fallen into harsh times and despair that those heroes died trying to prevent in the first place.

We will miss you David, don't worry , as a fellow NYC driver, and An American, we got you brother!

  • Chris Gibbs 
    • $100 
    • 60 mos
  • Access Media Holdings 
    • $50 
    • 61 mos
  • Dmitriy Nafikov 
    • $50 
    • 62 mos
  • Anonymous 
    • $1,000 
    • 62 mos
  • James Tassie 
    • $100 
    • 62 mos
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Organizer and beneficiary

Mike Chao 
New York, NY
Karen Bolet