Press Release (ePRNews.com) - DALLAS - Oct 05, 2018 - Alyssa Koval of Utah is a recipient of the Fallen Heroes Scholarship Fund 2018 Scholarship. Her father, Jeffery Alan Koval lost his life in the line of duty while serving the Inkom Fire Department in Idaho. Alyssa has always wanted to serve and help others. She currently attends law school and is working toward her Juris Doctor degree. Upon completion, she plans to practice family law to assist families who have been through troubled times. Alyssa knows firsthand how difficult life can be where there are family troubles, and she wants to help others in similar circumstances.
Every year since 2000, the makers of OmniShield Home Safe Network have donated as a Partner Program of the National Fallen Firefighter’s Foundation in Emmitsburg, MD. The money is donated from proceeds of the sales of OmniShield Home Safe Networks.
Alyssa knows firsthand how difficult life can be where there are family troubles, and she wants to help others in similar circumstances.
“Our global network of authorized dealers have been committed to this cause for 18 years. We became a Partner Program as soon as we decided to pursue this endeavor because we wanted to ensure we were giving to those most deserving individuals,” states Chris Roberts, President of the OmniShield Brand. “We’ve provided hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarships, donations and funding to the fire service and the children and spouses of our Nation’s heroes,” he continued. For more information or an application, visit the Fallen Heroes Scholarship Fund website at www.fallenheroes.org or contact the National Fallen Firefighter’s Foundation.
Pictured with Alyssa are OmniShield Distributor, Marjorie Ovard, and Smithfield Fire Chief Brian Potts