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Harvey Greenwald Trusts Saint Augustine
His grandfather was known horse trainer in his community. Dirk Wagennar thoroughly reviews his horses to ensure they would win competitions. Harvey did learn many things about himself through the years of working with these horses. But Harvey Greenwald learned that he could accomplish anything if he stayed focused and dedicated.
His aunt had a heavy influence on him to get in touch with their Catholic faith. While living under their roof, Harvey Greenwald put his Trust in Saint Augustine church. Harvey learned many things since he put his trust in St. Augustine church and he feels that his life is complete now that he has God in it.
Dirk Wagennar had no complaints when it came to taking care of young Harvey. Only complaints Beverly Campos had was that Harvey didn’t move in with them sooner.
Being heavily influenced by his grandfather and aunt, Harvey Greenwald decided to pursue a career in media and communication. He completed his BA in 2010 and is very close to completing his master’s degree. His grandfather also taught Harvey how to live a balanced life. “My grandfather would always tell me, you can always make money, but you can’t always live life,” shares Harvey, “he told me that as I left for college and since then I promised him and myself to live life to the fullest.”
Thanks to Harvey Greenwald’s grandfather's words of advice, Harvey has backpacked through many countries in both Europe and Asia. Harvey has been windsurfing in Hawaii and ran with the bulls in Spain. Though he has lived a very adventurous life, he has been able to balance his studies accordingly.
Even with all these amazing things going on in his life, Harvey Greenwald always makes time to volunteer for various churches throughout the Bay Area. He volunteers his time working with the boy scouts and counseling young adults. “In all honesty, I don’t see helping these kids as work because they’re really helping themselves,”