AQHA & NSBA Establish T. Joe Jeane Memorial Funds
The American Quarter Horse Foundation is honored to offer Joe and Suzy Jean love and support following the loss of their son T. Joe. Their Q family is wrapping their arms around them with love through the creation of the T. Joe Jeane Memorial Scholarship. We know they will find comfort in your love and support. Please consider making a gift in T. Joe’s memory at www.aqha.com/donatetoday.
AQHA has always been an integral part of T. Joe Jeane’s life. A very active youth member, avid and successful competitor, member of the Youth World Cup Team, and recipient of an AQHA scholarship, AQHA was extremely dear to T. Joe. A scholarship fund has been established in honor of T. Joe Jeane through the AQHA Foundation. T. Joe grew up loving all animals and was passionate about horses and was beginning his journey to become an equine veterinarian. This AQHA scholarship is a special way to carry on T. Joe’s dream and further his legacy as a horseman and aspiring veterinarian by supporting the dreams of others who share his passion by proving financial assistance through this scholarship. The outpouring of love shown by our community is appreciated beyond words.
The family of T. Joe Jeane, together with Equine Sports Medicine of Pilot Point, Texas, has asked that donations be directed to a fund established in the name of T. Joe Jeane through the NSBA Foundation.
T. Joe was passionate about the care of animals, especially horses. T. Joe was beginning his journey to becoming an equine veterinarian when his dream was cut short. This memorial fund is a special way to carry on T. Joe’s dream and to further his legacy as a horseman and veterinary student by supporting similar dreams of aspiring veterinarians by providing financial assistance. The family appreciates the outpouring of love from our community during this difficult time.
The intention of this memorial fund will be to assist a veterinarian medical student in their pursuit of a veterinary medicine degree. Details will be released at a later date. Contributions can be made at https://www.nsba.com/how-to-contribute.