FATHER JOHN SAVOCA COUNCIL # 12633
FAMILIES OF THE MONTH

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July 2019

Hanley

To Don & Alice Hanley for Don's life saving EMR skills for Tellico Village


July 2016

Russell & Karen Schutte

For their combined efforts in supporting the Pancake Breakfasts and dinners sponsored by the council.


June 2016

Bill & Kathy Twohig

For planning and executing the Spring & Summer social activities.


May 2016

Ed & Pat Valente

Jerry Dougherty left, DGK Ray Mouse center and FOM Ed (& Pat) Valente right


April 2016

Stu and Jan McFadden

For their involvement with NPH and support of other Knight’s activities.


March 2016

Steve & Pat McAvoy


February 2016

Harold & Joyce Egler


January 2016

Rich and Barbara Comiso


December 2015

Chuck and Terry James


November 2015

Ray & Beth Mouse


October 2015

Jerry & Mary Dougherty

Sponsorship and support of the Catholic Engaged Encounter program - 22 years.


September 2015

Chet & Mary Kwiatkowski

Support and Management of the Polish Dinners over the past five years.


August 2015

Terry & Betty Camilleri

Support and Management of the MR Drives over the past two years.


July 2015

Ed & Pat Valente

For their dedication and continued involvement at our Parish events we nominate Ed and Pat Valente as the Family of the Month for July.

Their involvement in the function and management of our parish kitchen, and participation in the social activities sponsored by our Council is noteworthy.

At many of our parish functions involving social events, such the monthly Pancake Breakfast and the quarterly Engagement Encounter dinners, they can be found in the kitchen; one is managing the kitchen volunteers, the other is hard at work preparing the meals. Pat normally does a myriad of jobs, and is always helping where the need is the greatest. It is very rare that you would not find this family hard at work in support of our Council activities.

Their committed dedication allows the members of our council to relax and enjoy the fruits of their labor. It is with great pleasure to acknowledge their contribution to our Council by awarding them the Family of the Month for July 2015.


June 2015

Kevin, Mary Beth, Maggie & Luke Cooney

Family of the Month June 2015

Kevin, Mary Beth, Maggie, & Luke Cooney

Since joining the St Thomas Parish in June 2008, they, as a family, have been involved in the youth activities conducted by our parish.

The most recent noteworthy activity in which the Cooney family was involved, was the parish Spring Fling Picnic. Kevin, with help and advice of his family, planned, coordinated and conducted an outstanding day of festivities. They ensured there was plenty of delicious food and drink for all, and games to keep the youngsters busy. A petting zoo, bumper room, and water slides were a few of the games and activities for the children. The mouth-watering meals were prepared on-site, with the pork cooking overnight under the vigilance of experienced cooks.

The Youth Group and Boy Scouts were on hand to make sure the campus was kept clean, and provide other assistance where needed.

The whole family pitched in making this a wonderful event that brought the parish community together, young and old.

It is with great pleasure that we select the Cooney family as the June 2015 Family of the Month.


June 2014

Dan & Allis Hanley


May 2014

Ed & Pat Valente


April 2014

Curt & Kay Sheldon

Curt and Kay Sheldon have consistently made importatnt contributions to St. Thomas the Apostle Church and the Dioceses of Knoxville. They are leaders in the Tennessee Right to Life and every year accompany our youth to the Washington Walk of Life. Together, they are leaders in the Cursillo movement's three days of religious instruction. They continue to be involved in various men's and women's weekend activities. Additionally, Curt is the team lead for the Friendship Kitchen and assists in the preparation for the Eucharistic Adoration activities. Curt is also on the team for the upcoming Men's Weekend in October. Kay has served as a past president of the St. Thomas' Women's Guild.

 
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