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Philadelphia Man On Crusade For Kids Memorializes His Brother
Charles T. Stecker has spent a lifetime avenging the homicide of his baby brother Edward, who was murdered at the tender age of 2 (Stecker was only 4at the time). Stecker devotes most of his waking hours to efforts that help shield youngsters from a similar fate. As Founder of the International Child Abuse Prevention Task Force, President of National Union Of Families (District 184) and creator of Chahlie’s Angels, Stecker says he is absolutely honored to be traveling from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Sacramento to help unveil the Army Of Angels Mobilizing America Quilt Project during National Child Abuse Prevention Month opening ceremonies March 29th,30th and 31st.
“Edward may have left this earth at the tender age of 2 due to abuse I was unable to stop at the time, but he lives on through a legacy of love that protects so many other children,” Stecker says. “It means the world to me that my brother is featured on the quilt-such a touching tribute to what he has inspired” Stecker went on to say. The Army Of Angels Mobilizing America Quilt Project will include more than nine initial panels along with special “Societies Squares” where those viewing the artful display can record their own sentiments.
National Child Abuse Prevention Month opening ceremonies will be held at Sunrise Event Center in Rancho Cordova and include a VIP Reception, Rally, Gala and departure of Kross Kountry-4-Kids A Journey-4-Justice.Stecker will not only unveil the quilt in Sacramento, he will then ride his Harley to DC the following weekend to meet the Kross Kountry-4-Kids A Journey-4-Justice team while they are in our nation’s Capital, calling further attention to the cause.