2016 Fund Raising Chili Cook-Off & Fund Raising Efforts

MRCS, Inc. is sad to announce that a great supporter and great friend passed away following the 2017 event.

Conrad Iddo Breit, age 51 of Destrehan, Louisiana passed away unexpectedly on December 10, 2017. He was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on February 4, 1966. He leaves behind his beloved wife of 23 years Jacqueline “Jacqui” Breit. He is survived by his three sons; Chase James, Hunter Luke, Torbin Samuel, and his puppy girl Bella along with his parents; Hjalmar E. Breit III (Polly) and Sandra Watts Breit, his brother; Hjalmar E. Breit IV (Michelle), his nephews; Hjalmar E. Breit V and Aaron Breit. Conrad worked in the marine industry as a marine surveyor. Conrad never met a stranger and left a major impression on anyone he came into contact with. He had an avid passion for rugby as a player, coach and mentor. He will be loved and missed by all who knew him. An Irish wake was held Friday, December 15, 2017 at 2:00 pm; words of remembrance started at 4:00 pm along with a reception that followed at Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home, 4747 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Metairie, Louisiana 70006. Condolences may be left to the family by visiting www.leitzeaganfuneralhome.com.
Conrad you will missed by all of us your support, participation and knowledge you brought to our cause will never be forgotten.

MRCS, Inc. believes in providing a good comprehensive maritime education curriculum in a relaxed atmosphere; however, the heart of MRCS is that all speakers, workers and supporters are volunteers. It is because of this support that we at MRCS are able to give back to the community.

The event held during 2016 helped raise money for the Children’s Hospital and enable MRCS to further donate to the family of Ms. Annaley Cheramie.

Donation made to the Children’s Hospital

LOUISIANA WALK FOR AUTISM 2017 – AUTISM SPEAKS NEW ORLEANS, LA

MRCS and additional supporters of our charitable cause participated in the Louisiana Walk for Autism. Over twenty five (25) supporters showed up, making MRCS the lead team in the walk.  Our program’s heart is the act of giving. On behalf of all at MRCS we thank you all gracious supporters.

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The second annual chili cook-off competition was held October 13, 2017, it was a complete success thanks to all involved. Please join us throughout this year as we will continue to support our chosen charities.

2017 SPONSORS

 

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Any support is greatly appreciated

We look forward to seeing you there

Maritime Risk Claim Solutions, Inc.