Former Children’s Dyslexia Center Student “Leading from the Front”

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Jack Tillotson, Private First Class

As a graduate of the Children’s Dyslexia Centers of Upper Wisconsin (CDCUW) in 2013, Jack Tillotson developed the self-advocacy and leadership skills to help him throughout his academic career and beyond.

In 2019, Jack enlisted in the Wisconsin Army National Guard. When he is not actively engaged with his military responsibilities, he is taking college courses for welding.

On January 12, 2020, Jack was presented with the Drill Sergeant’s coin recognition. The coin recognition is given to a single soldier who demonstrates the army values, leads by example, and exhibits overall soldier ability.

“This is a great example of the incredible impact our support and encouragement can provide for the young people we work with and the real purpose of the charitable work of the Masons,” said Dr. Tammy TIllotson, center director of CDCUW and also Jack’s proud mom.

A big congrats to Jack for all his hard work. In the words of SFC Guidord, Jack’s recruiter, “Keep leading from the front!”