Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, and God the Eternal Father.
"And we talk of Christ, we rejoice in Christ, we preach of Christ, we prophesy of Christ, and we write according to our prophecies, that our children may know to what source they may look for a remission of their sins."
Eric's dear classmates from BryanLGH started a Scholarship Memorial Fund in honor of Caleb. Our wish is to help get this scholarship endowed, to help keep Caleb forever in the memory and hearts of all who knew and loved him. Once we get his scholarship endowed we will be able to award and bless the life of 1 person each year from the BraynLGH School of Health Sciences. As you help us get this scholarship endowed, it is ALL of us who will be giving and blessing the lives of many in the long run.
It is to be sent directly to this address:
1600 South 48th Street
Lincoln, NE 68506
Make checks out to the BryanLGH Foundation,
and include a note stating that the donation is directed toward The Caleb Mathison Memorial Scholarship.
This is a tax deductible donation, remember to write it off on your taxes.
All we can say is "Thank You" from the bottom of our hearts, and may you feel the tender mercies of love back.
Love, The Mathison Family
(((Our Deepest Thank Yous- to ALL our supporters, in helping us to fulfill our desire by getting The Caleb Mathison Scholarship endowed. It has been a beautiful gift each year to bless other's financially in pursuing their CRNA education. Many Blessings to you all. -Much Love Always, The Mathison Family)))
Caleb Luccas Mathison, 8, of Lincoln, returned to live with his Heavenly Father early Tuesday (8/25/09) with his parents by his side, after sustaining injuries from a car accident. He was born on (06/23/01) in Rexburg, Idaho, to Eric and Tanya (Brooks) Mathison. Caleb was a new member of the boy scouts and was riding with his mother on Monday as they were searching for the Boy Scout office in Walton to purchase his scout shirt and Cub Scout book. He was a very happy, active boy and had just finished his first year in baseball through the YMCA, where his dad helped coach his team. He loved soccer and played two seasons in Lincoln with Capital Soccer Association. Caleb was proud to have passed his swim test at the YMCA and spent many hours swimming with family and friends. When he wasn't playing team sports, Caleb enjoyed challenging his mom and dad to games of soccer and baseball in the backyard. Caleb was a helpful, obedient big brother and son, and his big smile found a place in many hearts. While his experience on this earth was short, Caleb's spirit will live on with those who love him most, as we know families can be together forever.