Monday, September 21, 2009

Meet The Guys

It time to meet the core guys that help Dan.

All of them are full time students at Cedarville. All are OPE guys. All have arranged their class schedules to clear 1 or 2 days each week to help out Dan. They also cover Saturdays and Sundays every 4 weeks. All of them were involved with Dan's care [usually an overnight guy] last year. Pretty AMAZING group, you must agree.

Listed below is the following information - Name, Hometown, Year in college, Degree, Something about themselves. A comment from me, Bill.

Ben Roose - Tustin, MI - Senior, Biology [headed to medical school]
"I'm #2 in a set of twins, like Dan." [It's a twin thing.]

Ben comes from a home where both parents are doctors, was home schooled, excels in anything he thinks about, looks at, or touches. Ben is invaluable with his astute medical logic, and seems to be the "go to guy " for many medical issues with Dan. AND is excelling in his culinary skills.

Brad Colas - Vestal, NY - Senior, Criminal Justice,
"I enjoy watching Shark Week"

Brad, a "Just the facts" kind of guy, has great organizational skills and was instrumental with Dan's complex care schedule. Brad is the Cheif Justice for the CU student court. He is also a Cedarville EMT, never turns down food, and has an energetic spirit.

Dale - Education,
"My passion is to teach others in this world."

Dale will definitely make teahing come alive, as he has just started his student teaching. Shy at first meet, but full of intriguing stories.

Kyle Lowry - Allegan, MI - Senior, Psychology
"I enjoy hiking, spending time outdoors, you know ... manly stuff."

Kyle goes way back to Dan's Lawler dorm days. He is a true faithful friend, has a heart of compassion and quiet spirit. He has stepped in for Dale, who is now student teaching.

Uphold all of these great guys in your prayers when you think of or CheckinonDan.


Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for your service to Dan. I know God will bless you for what you are doing. "as much as you have done this to the least of them, you have done it unto me." Jesus is pleased. Thank you from a very grateful gramma! I know when Dan roles up to get his diploma, you will all be so happy. Love and prayers to you and "keep up the good work, Dan" - from gramma.

Papá to the best 2 said...

You guys are Awesome. Thanks so much for helping with Dan!

Suzanne Evans said...

Thanks for introducing us to the men God has called to the privilege of serving Dan this year. May God bless your year together and may iron sharpen iron.

Anonymous said...

God bless all of you! You guys are great examples and like heroes. even if I don't know you, haha. Hello from Mexico.

Your Camper Friend from Mexico,

Anonymous said...

thank you for sharing. will remember to pray for all of these guys and the others involved!