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We are saddened to report the death of Long time RAMSHA supporter Frank
Steely. Some of you might remember Frank from our very first Gathering. His
wife Martha Pelfrey is a founding member of RAMSHA was our first Vice
President. Frank who was 85 died Monday morning, November 29., at Highland
Spring, Fort Thomas from natural causes.
He was the founding president of Northern Kentucky University and
served in that capacity from 1969 to September 1975. He taught history at the
University till 2001. He started as President when NKU was Northern Kentucky
state College.When he completed his tenure the university had 6,000.00. It
now has nearly 16,000. He has been called the cornerstone of the
university. "Frank was given the Herculean task of building a unversity from the
ground up and he suceeded"Present President Jim Votruba.
Visitation will be 3 to 7 p.m. Thursday at First Baptist Church,
Coldspring, Ky with service to follow. Burial will in Hazel, KY.
Ugh...sounds horrible! Hope she is feeling much better today! In the
meantime, she is lucky to have you as a caregiver! I was my husband's
caregiver, and was really a greenhorn as to what services were available in
my area. (i.e. Integrity will send in someone to 'spell' you and give
you a break to do grocery shopping, laundry, get meds, or just take some
time for yourself!) Wish I'd known about these services when 'Fang' was
My best to both of you, and hope she gets to come home today! God Bless!
Mary Ellen Franks-Greer
Southwest MO Arthritis Association
MO State Board of Publlic Health Directors
Silver Haired Legislator ~ Speaker Pro-Tem 2010
'Try something new everyday, even though it scares you'
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> She was still feeling poorly this morning. Doc said she could go home till
> her fever broke and she was stronger. Mean time I am washing all of the
> bedding in our room and wiping down everything with Lysol wipes, door
> and anything we touched. pillows were tumbled in dryer and set out in the
> to air. I want to get some Lysol spray today. Hope you guys don't get it.
> The nurse said it is a particularly strong virus with serious effects.
> hospital wasa swamped with cases. There were 78 cases in one school.
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She was still feeling poorly this morning. Doc said she could go home till
her fever broke and she was stronger. Mean time I am washing all of the
bedding in our room and wiping down everything with Lysol wipes, door knobs
and anything we touched. pillows were tumbled in dryer and set out in the sun
to air. I want to get some Lysol spray today. Hope you guys don't get it.
The nurse said it is a particularly strong virus with serious effects. The
hospital wasa swamped with cases. There were 78 cases in one school.