When it comes down to it, Cetera planner Pete Bush finds that his clients don’t care about investments. For one famous one, for example, it’s all about his dad.

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Brian Wilson lost his U.S. Air Force veteran father to brain cancer when Wilson was just 17. In 2011, when the closer — whose distinctive jet-black facial hair inspired a “Fear the beard” slogan — was 29 and still with the San Francisco Giants, Wilson made the largest donation by an individual in the history of the Air Force in honor of his father, funding two $15,000 scholarships to be given annually to two future airmen or airwomen.

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