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Saturday, January 23, 2010

McNulty

William McNulty, Team Rubicon ATL, Mobile Team Bravo TL, is leaving today to return to Washington DC and continue running his co-owned film production company called TitleTen, Inc.. His contributions to the development of Team Rubicon cannot be overstated. He took this from an idea to a 501 (c) 3 reality in one week. Haiti has many citizens alive today because of his leadership and vision. William will continue to contribute coordination efforts from the States.

--Jake Wood


9 comments:

  1. Oooh, I hate to see this good man leave! Thank you for the contributions you have made on Team Rubicon.

    I hope you and the "cooperative" Army folks were able to reach a decision on Team Rubicon's right to their own supplies!

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  2. Thank you, William McNulty. May God keep you safe on your travels home. You are an incredible mensch. Semper Fi and God Speed.

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  3. It has been an honor to watch an idea spring to life and become successful in such a short amount of time. America is an exceptional country because of the exceptional people like William and all the members of Team Rubicon.

    God bless you all and thank you!

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  4. God bless you, William McNulty.

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  5. God bless you!! I know you have a special place in the hearts of the people of Haiti -- as you do with us!! Safe journey, William McNulty!!

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  6. You have been blessed William with such a good heart and soul. Thank you for sharing your gifts and vision to help others.

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  7. To W.M. & all Rubicon members--
    You've run a great race; thank you for all your fine work. It's a privilege for all of us stateside to support pray and pay for Team Rubicon's remarkable work in Haiti. We are rightly proud to be part of a nation which produces citizens who show the innovation determination and spirited will demonstrated by the members of Team Rubicon.

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  8. Overstated..."cannot be overstated"

    But, we know what you mean. Keep up the great work.

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