for all his work with Catholic Radio & Titans Concessions
Helping out with the Fish Fry
He chaired the Chili & Soup Cook-off
He’s been our Santa Claus at the CCRC event for about 15 years
As a Brother Knight, Barry Lee has always been willing to step up and to volunteer for Community Care of Rutherford County. Through his participation in helping to purchase gifts and delivering them to the residents in the group home, Barry has brought great credit upon himself, the council, and our parish. Marian Council 4563 proudly presents Brother Knight Barry as the Knight of the Month for November 2016 because he continues to demonstrate the Knights of Columbus principles of Charity, Unity and Fraternity.
Tom Dugosh - Tom has the true spirit of a Knight in service, having worked the Rectory Clean up, and taking on extra MR Drive shifts to fill in those spots that no one else was available. His exemplary attitude is a shining beacon for all Knights to follow.
Bill Strebel--for dedicated work in organizing the Knights staffing for the Parish Picnic and for his assistance in helping several parishioners with necessary household moves. The moves includes small handy man style projects to help a parishioner family really feel at home in their new place.
help with Parish Picnic, Special Olympics, Recent Funerals, so active since joining in the spring
Billy & Ann Trout
- Helping out with the Fish Fry
Tom Meyer and his wife
For his work with the Fish Fry and Pro-Life. Family participation in the Chili & Soup cook-off.
He and his wife do a lot of work with the backpack program
John and Mary Howell
John and Mary Howell - for their continued support of the Knights by working Titan's Home Game concessions. They serve as a family but are committed to helping the Knights raise money is support of needy charities. The Howells also helped together at the last Tootsie Roll drive.
Greg Wilcox (and his family) - for continued support of all the Knights functions (regardless of what or where it is) but also involving his family and setting an example of how to get the family involved.