FAQ About George Molsbarger
I was born on December 10, 1945, in Long Beach, California.
I attended California State University (Fullerton), and graduated with a BA in history with full Dean's list honors.
Prior to university, I worked at a meat packing plant in Burbank, California. Shortly after that, I proudly served my country for 3 years during the Vietnam war as an Army medic, from 1968 to 1971.
Improving the social welfare of our communities by aiding in various educational programs, and housing for children in need is a priority of mine. The American Red Cross is another organisation I strongly support.
The Red Cross is unique and special in my eyes because no matter when or where in the world disaster strikes their dedicated volunteers are one of the first to be there helping out.
Founding the Squid and Squash foundation, which I named after my two amazing God-children, Ali and Cameron Whitmore.
To directly support disenfranchised youth of my Los Angelas community. The focus is community enrichment in schools, medical foundations as well as outreach programs.
Giving back to communities and enabling them to have positive opportunities creates a brighter future for them and a brighter future for America.
Actions speak louder than words.