"Chip was proud of his service, and we at Fort Worth Country Day, will forever be proud of him as well.
I understand that the responsibilities I have to my fellow Marines don’t end when they die. To the contrary, my responsibility is is to keep his memory alive, to honor the traditions and values that he held dear. It is my duty to never forget the patriotism, valor, and selflessness of he who fell in battle. It is my challenge to be worthy of his legacy. I believe that Chip’s example is the standard by which we must measure our service to America."
-Major Bill Arnold '86
Head of Upper School