The Official Newsletter of the
Shenandoah Valley Chapter #313
Korean War Veterans Association
NOTES FROM THE CHAPLAIN
Rev. Raleigh Watson
The latest update from J. Jones' daughter included this comment:
"Dad had to venture out for treatment this morning. He is doing ok
The winter definitely brings a bit more discomfort but Dad is trying to stay on top of managing his pain. The doctor was a bit concern with an increased heart rate, so additional bloodwork and an EKG was on the menu for today.
Hopefully, everything will check out just fine. More to come. The PET scan is later this month; it will give insight on the progress of the treatments." I talked with J after that posting and found him in good spirits.
Paul Bombardier had a short hospital stay - but is back home and recovering. Dale Thompson was in hospital following a fall and is now at Envoy Rehab for therapy. Visits would be appreciated!
We were pleased to have Edgar Tufts with us at the Millbrook High School veterans' breakfast and program. This was his first outing after his surgery last summer.
I wish you all a very Merry and Blessed Christmas!
Here, again, are some of those who might appreciate a call from a comrade. Please do so.
Charles Boyce - 301-884-8171. Press Option # 1, then 661#.
Millard Pippin – 540-667-1876
Don Jones –540-869-1958
Leonard Laconia – 540-667-1716
Charles Hoak – 540- 665-0828
Bud Robertson – 540-877-9132
J. Jones – 304-350-8443
Edgar Tufts – 540-667-7913
Robert Bremilst Dec 07
Jerry White Dec 10
Lawrence McNealy Dec 13
Marshall DeHaven Dec 13
Ed Ringoot Dec 17
Allen Stine Dec 31
DECEMBER NAT’L DUES REMINDER
Richard Clark Dec 26, 2018
Raymond Fish Dec 26, 2018
Millard Pippin Dec 26, 2018
DECEMBER EVENTS SCHEDULE
Dec 1: Monthly “ALL” Veterans Breakfast @ Golden Corral. Please be seated by 8:15 am .
Dec 4: Chapter #313 BOD meeting @ 9:00 am. Room 201, Macedonia UMC, White Post, VA.
Dec 13: NOTICE: SAVE THE DATE. The Annual Election meeting and luncheon will be held on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13th at the Clarion Inn Lee-Jackson restaurant in Winchester. More details at the October Chapter meeting.