Wellbeing

Colin Booby – Showing great courage

Northern Sydney Wellbeing Officers Norm Pounder and Ken Vessey, recently caught up with Colin Booby at a hospital in Turramurra where he was undergoing rehabilitation after yet another operation.

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Ashley Treseder – A real fighter and Cronulla-Sharks fan

During a recent visit to Royal Rehab, Ryde on the 5 April 2019 by Northern Sydney Wellbeing Officers Ian Dodd’s and Ken Vessey, they had the pleasure in the Spinal Unit to meet Ashley (30 years old), a quadriplegic and his Aunt ...

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Alex Noble – I fight you fight

Wellbeing Officers Ken Vessey, Norm Pounder and Fred Jackson from the Northern Sydney Committee visited a rehabilitation hospital for people impacted by spinal cord and brain injuries.

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Jeff Withers – A gentleman and a true Rabbitohs supporter

A recent wellbeing visit by North Sydney Wellbeing Officers Norm Pounder and Ken Vessey saw them meet up with Jeff Withers and his partner, Deborah for a coffee and a chat.

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Inaugural Cronulla-Sutherland lock visited by Foundation

Former North Sydney Bear and Cronulla Shark Eric Barnes is currently undergoing treatment for a handful of medical issues.

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Former Sea Eagle Larry Maloney visited by Foundation

Former Manly Warringah Sea Eagles forward Larry Maloney, who is recuperating from a broken leg, was delighted to receive a visit from representatives of the Men of League Foundation recently.

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A special surprise for our passionate volunteers

For National Volunteer Week, the Men of League Foundation have been going around to some of our Committees and surprising the hard-working Wellbeing Officers with visits from a few familiar faces.

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Wellbeing recipient Molly Croft declared cancer free

There are some feelings that you just can’t describe. Feelings of intense emotion born from countless hours of caring strongly for something or someone.

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Coast Wellbeing Officers visit former Liechhardt rake John Mayes

Central Coast Wellbeing Officers Lance Henry, Les Pearce and Dennis Tomsett recently visited Gosford Hospital in order to brighten the day of Men of League Foundation member John Mayes, who is currently undergoing treatment for brain cancer.

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Visiting Tom Cocking – A high achiever in his career

Men of League Committee Members and Wellbeing Officers Henry Morris, Bob McCarthy, Norm Pounder and Ken Vessey recently had the privilege of visiting Tom Cocking and his wife Veronica at their Sydney suburban home.

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