Please hold in your prayers Detective Jorge DelRio who remains in grave condition after being shot during a drug investigation. Pray also for his family and all of our police officers as they struggle with this tragedy. May God grant healing to Detective DelRio and strength to those who love him.
This Saturday, November 9th, we will hold memorial vigils for two victims both killed at the end of October: Vaughn Erwin, 30, on Lexington Avenue and Cora Rose Fraley, 26, on S. Hedges Street. At this Saturday’s vigil we will also pray for two persons whose bodies were found in burned out garages: Kwasi Casey, 40 on Fountain Avenue and Patrick Northern, 53, on N. Horton Street. The investigation continues in their deaths and in the death of Lavetta Kirk, 64, on Kimmel Lane, Jefferson Twp. Recently it was reported that Kane Iboch, 20, of Springboro lost his life on Germantown Pike in early October. We will remember him this Saturday as well.
DIRECTIONS: Due to GPS and MapQuest, we will no longer include directions in these notifications. For those who do not have access to either of these, send your home address to Roger Emery at firstname.lastname@example.org. He will send directions to you.
12:00 Vaughn Erwin – 200 BLOCK OF LEXINGTON
Salem Avenue to Lexington Avenue. (Street after Oxford and before Grand Avenue) Turn RIGHT on Lexington and go to the 200 block.
Take Salem Avenue exit from 75N. Turn LEFT on Salem Avenue and follow to Lexington Avenue, street after Grand Ave. Turn LEFT on Lexington and follow to 200 block.
12:45 Cora Rose Fraley – 200 BLOCK OF S. HEDGES (Approximately 15 minutes from Lexington)
From Lexington Avenue:
Return to Salem Avenue, turn RIGHT. Salem Avenue becomes First Street. Follow to Findlay Street and turn RIGHT on Findlay. In ½ mile turn LEFT on 5th Street. Immediately make a slight RIGHT on Burkhardt. In 3/10 of a mile turn LEFT on S. Hedges St. (after Harbine Avenue) We will meet in the 200 block.
Blessings on the week ahead,
Sr. Jeanette, Coordinator of Vigils
Roger Emery and Sr. Pat Dieringer, Coordinators of e-mail and phone
Bill Werling, Liaison with family and neighborhood