This week we honor the founding of this great nation, a beacon calling to those throughout the world. And we honor one of this nation’s newest citizens, our very own Jean Claude Razac. Congratulations, JC, on this first 4th of July as a fellow citizen. America is blessed to have you!
JC and his family escaped Viet Nam in the 1970’s, first moving to France (JC’s father is part French) and coming to the United States in 1988. JC quickly felt at home. He said, “During the oath ceremony, one thing the Federal Judge officiating said really struck a cord. While we abandon our alliances to our past governments, we retain the cultures of who we are to add to the strength of the United States as new citizens.”
Congratulations, again, JC, and welcome home!