Utah State Society Daughters of the American Revolution
124th State Conference
Jeffery J. McKenna was a keynote speaker for Utah State Society Daughters of the American Revolution's 124th State Conference, both virtually and in-person on June 05, 2021.
"His love of America and patriotic ideals that fueled his unwavering mission to educate the youth about America's patriots captivated everyone in attendance. At the conclusion of his presentation, he received a well deserved Recognition Award from the USSDAR 'FOR PRESERVING THE MEMORY OF REVOLUTIONARY WAR PATRIOT DR. JOSEPH WARREN AND OTHERS WHO VALIANTLY SERVED TO SECURE OUR AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE; AND PROMOTING PATRIOTISM BY EDUCATING OUR YOUTH ABOUT THE SERVICE AND SACRIFICE MADE BY THOSE WHO HAVE FOLLOWED AMERICA’S FOUNDING FATHERS TO PRESERVE AND PROTECT OUR NATION’S FREEDOMS.' We so appreciate Mr. McKenna's efforts in promoting historic preservation, education and patriotism through his extraordinary actions and selfless service to others." - Valerie E. King, Regent of the Daughters of the American Revolution Color Country Chapter in St George, Utah
Left to Right: Valerie E. King (Color Country Chapter Regent), Jeffery J. McKenna, Kathryn Asay (Utah State Regent)
"As the Utah State Regent of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, it was a privilege and great honor to be addressed by Author Jeffery J. McKenna at the Utah DAR State Conference.
Mr. McKenna is well educated, articulate, personable and dynamic. He is passionate about preserving American History as he presents excerpts from his inspiring book, "Saving Dr. Warren...A True Patriot."
The reading of "Saving Dr. Warren...A True Patriot" is an informative, interesting and entertaining account of Patriots of the American Revolution for both children and adults."
- Kathryn Asay, Utah State Regent, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
Wreaths Across America
Jeffery J. McKenna was a keynote speaker for Washington County's 2020 wreath laying ceremony. From the 10:00 minute mark to 17:40, McKenna talks about the importance of remembering, honoring, and teaching about our nation's veterans. Whether they gave some, or whether they gave all, they should never be forgotten.