Fundraiser set for AD who has mountains to climb
Nancy Haggerty, firstname.lastname@example.org 5:03 p.m. EDT May 4, 20166
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During Martin Luther King Day, Liam Frawley climbed Mount Washington with his 13-year-old son, Dylan.
Heavy wind kept them from reaching the summit but the two described the experience as amazing.
A week later, the 47-year-old Tappan Zee athletic director suffered what his wife, Janine, describes as “pretty much the worst kind of hemorrhage you can have.”
Now, Frawley fights to climb mountains much higher than Mount Washington each day and the Rockland community is joining in, hoping to make things just a bit easier for him and his family.
An aneurysm burst in his brain while Frawley was at home on Jan. 25. He spent almost two months at Westchester Medical Center before being transferred to Helen Hayes Hospital in Haverstraw for rehabilitation.
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That included pitching for Manhattan College. Frawley, who listens intently as his wife reads to him from the book, “Baseball as a Road to God,” later became a professional baseball trainer for eight years.
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Frawley, Liam T. [MC1990]
[JR: As reported here on January 28th. Here’s an update]
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Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) added this request to his prayer circle.
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