The memory of Milo Cardini lives on.
Thanks to Keller Williams Realty of Modesto, the local general contractor who passed away in April 2018 has a room dedicated in his name at the Ray of Hope office, 113 W. Yosemite Ave.
A 1976 graduate of Manteca High, Candini was 60. His wife Suzanne and family members were in attendance at the dedication event that took place May 9 at the Children’s Crisis Room.
A year earlier, Keller Williams put forth the time, effort and materials during RED Day — Renew, Energize, and Donate — held on the second Thursday of May.
According to Dan Dent, CEO / Team Leader for Keller Williams Modesto, the “place for children to have a positive experience” was painted, decorated, re-furnished and painted.
“We celebrate RED Day as part of our legacy worth leaving,” he added..
In doing so, Keller Williams helped making the difference in the lives of others while having a hand in bettering the community.
Dent along with Suzanne Candini, Milo’s wife presented the dedication plaque to Ray of Hope Executive Director Laura Vieira-Saunders.
Ray of Hope also received a $2,000 donation from Keller Williams to go towards the Kids Cupboard, which are those children referred to the local non-profit organization servicing 1,700 youngsters countywide.