In a special Greater Vision newsletter tonight, Gerald Wolfe wrote a tribute and send-off to longtime tenor Jason Waldroup. The tribute reads:
This is not your normal, weekly, Email Update. This week, we say goodbye to our tenor of thirteen years, Jason Waldroup. He’s not just a tenor… oh no… for the last thirteen years, we’ve developed friendships that will last a lifetime. Really, our relationships have been more like family, since we’ve actually been together on the bus more than we’ve been with our families.
Jason moves on to begin a new phase of ministry with our good friends at Central Baptist Church in Katy, Texas, as well as beginning his education at Louisiana Baptist University. He has an exciting and challenging life ahead of him, and we are so proud of him!
Please join us in praying for Jason, Missy, Abbie, Jonathon, and yet-to-be-born, Ella Claire, as they begin this new journey.
We love you guys!
Waiting in the wings is Jacob Kitson, our new tenor, who will sing his first full-concerts with us beginning next week. We are excited to have Jacob on board, and we believe God has some great things planned for us as we move ahead! We are excited about the future, and we can’t wait for you to meet Jacob, as he settles in to life on the road with us. You’re gonna love him!
This shows just how much class Gerald, and Greater Vision as a group, has. Gerald does a great job sending off Jason, and also welcoming Jacob Kitson into the fold. It’s great to know there are groups out there that truly care for their personnel and demonstrate enough class to do a tribute like this to a departing member and, at the same time, welcoming the new guy.