Jeremiah has been with the Montana Highway Patrol for 15 years and is stationed in the Bitterroot, south of Missoula. He and his family consider themselves blessed to live is such a beautiful part of our great state. He has been our Bitterroot Area Coordinator for the past 5 years, and his passion for the Project led him to apply for the position of President when Glen Barcus retired from it in September of 2018.
“I am honored to have been voted in as the President of The Montana Hope Project. The Montana Hope Project holds a special spot in my heart, one that our Hope Project families can relate. Many years ago, when I was 12, my older brother was living with a critical illness. We were living in Arizona and wish foundations were non-existent at that time. Fast forward 50 years and here I am, helping to make those wishes come true for today’s children living with critical illnesses.”
“This position of President is bigger than just a title. I honestly believe that it takes a team to keep the Project viable, and I couldn’t be prouder to be a part of such an awesome team. We will work hard to continue the legacy of the Montana Hope Project. I look forward to seeing all of you Hope family members at our reunions and other events in the times to come.”