He stood for hours, listening endlessly to the language at the edge of the forest. Over time he came to understand the dialects spoken, how the trees would roar and the creeks would cry. And as the sun would cast its golden rays down upon the earth day in and day out, he continued to stand facing the wall of timber and vine and listen to its majesty. Tempted to go in, but never swayed to action, Dillon Henry became the Keeper of all creation's dreams. - Dillon '07


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  • CASA of LA Partnership

    The Dillon Henry Foundation supports CASA , an organization dedicated to advocating for foster children in LA. These children have brighter futures with a child advocate in their lives.
  • Surfrider Foundation Partnership

    The Dillon Henry Foundation has an endowment with Surfrider Foundation which trains fellows to work on saving our oceans from harmful environmental abuse.
  • Surfrider Foundation Partnership

    The Dillon Henry Foundation has an endowment with Surfrider Foundation which trains fellows to work on saving our oceans from harmful environmental abuse.
  • CASA of LA Partnership

    The Dillon Henry Foundation supports CASA , an organization dedicated to advocating for foster children in LA. These children have brighter futures with a child advocate in their lives.

Thank you for printing “A Teachers Lament: Missing Dillon” in the September 29th edition. Dillon’s mother, Harriet and I- both bereaved moms- have spoken endlessly about our children and have learned to love one another sons without ever meeting them. Still, through former Palisades Charter High School teacher Dennis Danziger’s words, I learned so much more about Dillon. “Fourteen years, 2,000 plus students and no one ever had the guts to read from my podium” wrote Mr.Danziger. Except Dillon. We miss our children every day. Short of seeing them again, what comforts our hearts most is to hear or read about them; to know that others think about them too. Again thank you for remembering Dillon it means more than you know.

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