Keith and Carolyn Maupin never gave up hope in the search for their son.
Part of their efforts to find Matt resulted in the Yellow Ribbon Support Center in Clermont County.
The Center distributed information on Matt to soldiers in Iraq. But it did much more - it was a clearning house for the troops. Donations of food, books, videos and other comforts of home made their way from the center to the troops.
The center also began a scholarship for students in the name of Matt Maupin.
If you would like more information go to the Yellow Ribbon Support Center.
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