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The Kosair Sunshriners Unit

 

 

Kosair Sunshiners Sick and Distress Alert!

MARCH 12, 2010

Noble Don Bryant, a 50 year member of Sunset #915 F&AM, Kosair Shriners, Hi Twelve Club a also retired Police Sgt. with the Louisville Police Department, is very ill. He is in room #358 at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital and he is in bad condition with fluid building in his lungs, congestive heart failure and his kidneys are shutting down. Please remember him in your thoughts and prayers.

 

This dedicated group of Nobles is responsible for calling on our sick and disabled brethren. They maintain an active file of shut-ins. When an illness or injury is reported, they see to it that the afflicted Noble or his family receive a little "Sunshrine" from a brother Noble.

 

December 15, 2009

We are looking for a few good men in the Sunshriners Unit, and you do not have to be a Marine. We visit the sick and distressed Shriners and Masons at all facilities. The most frequent stop is the Masonic Home, Our Home. The sight of a Red Fez identifies you as Shriner doing his work. When you enter a room this brings a big smile and a extended hand ready to receive the hand shake. I have learned many thing from these Masons and they really need to know that we Masons and Shriners care about them and that they are not forgotten.

I can report that 33rd Degree Mason, Mel Mullins, will lead the charge this year at the Masonic Home when we pass out the Scottish Rite Glass to every Mason in the Masonic Home. This was something we started a couple of years ago along with Director Bill Lewellen. Bill Lewellen has given so much to the Sunshriners program and has made numerous visits to the sick and medically confined Masons and now is the time to step up to assist him. Bill is still in the Masonic Home Room 80 recovering from a stroke. The visits Bill made to me while in the hospital was the reason I joined him.

I would like to have one member from each unit or club to conducts visits with us. There are too many visits to be made by only two members.

Fraternally,
Walt Oster - Boots on the ground for the Sunshriners unit. - We need you help! w.oster@insightbb.com

 

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