Letter in Support of Parole by
Paulette d'Auteuil & Bob Robideau
Friends

July 15, 1993
Federal Parole Board United States Penitentiary

Greetings, To Whom It May Concern;

This letter is on behalf of Veronza Bowers, Jr. 35316-136. Veronza has been my friend for over twenty years and I have seen him change from an angry young man to a mature man who has come to understand his anger and focus it in a positive way to help other people. He has helped others incarcerated with him and many friends on the outside to understand and deal with the pain (physical and psychological) of every day life. His commitment to change has remained but his focus on the commitment has change and matured with his own spiritual and intellectual development. He has become a positive person and a source of good energy which he has used constructively to help both prisoners and administrations reduce tensions that could have resulted in volatile situations. In my opinion, Veronza has earned his parole, and would be a positive person in any community. My husband and I would be more than willing to offer Veronza and his wife a home with us now or any time in the future; and help him find work in the health community. I would hope that you will take his accomplishments into consideration and grant him a parole this year as it would be wonderful to have him reunited physically in our circle.

Thank you for your time.

Sincerely yours,
Paulette d'Auteuil Bob Robideau


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