Introducing Freedom - Born on The Fourth of July

Denise Jacobus

Tags Farm News


This guy was easy to name. Born on the fourth of July, I am proud to introduce you to Accoyo Freedom. Living in this country has always been something I treasure. Both John and I have a long line of family members who dedicated their lives to protecting our freedoms. My father served in the Korean War. John's father was Captain of the Police force in Elizabeth, N.J. My Uncle Chuck was a fighter pilot in WWII, and I have a nephew who is a systems engineer and works for our government in cyber security - just to name a few. I have many former students who have gone on to become local and state policemen. There are also many of my former students who have served our country and protected our freedoms including one who gave his life and one who currently serves as a sentinel for the tomb of the unknown solider. I love this country, and as I grow older, I find myself truly appreciating the freedoms that we all sometimes take for granted. It is a turbulent time in our country and now, more than ever, I am thankful for all the brave men and women who serve to protect us and our freedoms. I have enjoyed 50 years of safety and of freedom because of their dedication and valor. Accoyo Freedom is a tribute to you. He is a full Accoyo son of Rosario and Invasion.