Friends of Wes Revely continue his powerful legacy of community involvement
“Wes was a dear, personal friend, an incredibly talented person,” said Jeanna Brown, life coach, author and Twin Cities native now living in California who spoke in Wes Revely’s honor last Saturday, October 9 to At Home Group’s homeless clients in downtown Minneapolis. “I am excited to be able to honor Wes and continue his legacy of volunteerism and community involvement,” said Brown.
Revely’s friends describe him as an amazing man, a gifted Lockheed Martin engineer who was awarded six patents during his 10-year employment with the company in Eagan, MN. He was a mentor to Twin Cities youth and a tireless advocate of volunteerism and community involvement. Revely touched hundreds of lives with his kindness and support and was deeply mourned when he lost his battle with sickle cell disease in April of this year.