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Veteran Marine to Serve Community Through Education

Kumon Parent to Continue Career of Service Through Kumon of Virginia Beach - Hilltop

– Edward Lofland is no stranger to discipline. The two decades spent serving his country in the United States Marine Corps exposed him to many working environments across several countries. During a deployment in Japan, Edward and his family were stationed on Kadena Air Station in Okinawa. This is when he first discovered Kumon, as there was a center located onbase. He enrolled his three eldest children and was amazed at how quickly it changed the way they viewed learning.

That was six years ago. After retiring from the Marine Corps and returning home to Virginia, Edward immediately continued his family’s Kumon Journey at a local center, where his children are still excelling in the Kumon Math and Reading Program today.

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