Dr. Shirley was a distinguished WWII veteran who was awarded a Silver Star, two Bronze Stars, and a Purple Heart as well as the Croix de Guerre by French President Jacques Chirac. He opened Livermore’s first veterinary hospital, authored two books, and was an avid traveler. He is a former Livermore council member and mayor, serving on the City Council from 1958 to 1966. He was dedicated to making Livermore the best it could be through his civil service on the council and volunteer service with the Livermore Rotary Club, among many other avenues in which he served the community.
Annually, at least one scholarship will be awarded to a high school senior graduating from a Livermore high school who plans on pursuing career in the veterinary field and/or exemplifies Dr. Shirley’s motto of service above self.
Donate easily online here. Donations may also be made via check, stock transfer, charitable distributions from retirement accounts and employee giving programs.
Mail checks to:
1141 Catalina Drive, #170
Livermore, CA 94550
Indicate that donation is for the Dr. John Shirley Memorial Scholarship
To learn more about Dr. Shirley’s life of service, view videos, and purchase books he authored, visit https://www.drjohnbshirley.com/
Contact us at info@Pedrozzi.org or 925-456-3700 for further information.