Park, Don-wook

Park, Don-wook: He contributed independence funds as a member of the Korean National Association.

He initially joined and participated in the Korean National Association in 1919 serving different position of local organizations in Ohio and Chicago including service in Boston in 1942 by delivering a specific $100 to the Boston mayor for U.S. pilots to bomb Japan. He made numerous contributions for Korean independence. In 2014, the South Korean government posthumously recognized him with the Presidential Commendation for his dedication to the Korean independence efforts.