We are all very saddened by the passing of our
sister Meredith Runyan beloved wife of our brother Howard on
December 8th, 2010.
Aerie Get Well Wishes to:
Dave Beirle - Short hospital stay but should
be home soon.
Jerry Ball - Surgery but should be home soon.
During this Holiday Season
my thoughts turn to gifts...
"There's no greater gift than friendship."
Santa Claus: The Polar Express 2004
Prayer for a friend
I will pray for you, my friend.
I will name you in my heart before God and ask all His blessing be
I will be concerned for your rising and your daily mood.
I will be sympathetic to your personal needs and desires in each day
I will wish you well in your learning, or your work, in your
domestic round and
I will think of you at the close of each day and pray that God’s
peace be with
If you have been especially kind or helpful to me then I will make
known to you.
If you are in trouble or difficulty of any kind, or simply tired and
worn down, I
will do all and anything I can to lift your spirits.
I will ache for you in your sorrows and disasters and rejoice with
you in your
joys and triumphs.
I will love and care for you as I love and care for myself.
I shall make every effort to become a better
friend to all my Eagle brothers
and sisters and I pledge to stand by each one of you.
Thornton Eagles Aerie 3226
Our Prayers go out to his family.
Phillip D. Tice
Phillip D. “Phil” Tice (January 13, 1941-September 20, 2010), Grand
Worthy President of The Fraternal Order of Eagles, passed away at
the age of 69. Phil was a dedicated Eagle member for nearly 50
years, joining Parkersburg, W.Va., Aerie #2307 in 1962, following
his discharge from the U.S. Navy.
In the years that followed, he held several local and state offices
before being named West Virginia State President for the 1989-1990
fraternal year. Two years later, Phil was appointed Mid-Atlantic
Regional President under Grand Worthy President John Lester
In 2001, he advanced to the Grand Aerie as Grand Inside Guard and
held the positions of Grand Worthy Conductor, Grand Worthy Chaplain,
Grand Worthy Trustee and Grand Worthy Vice President before being
installed as Grand Worthy President at the 2010 International
Convention in Louisville, Ky.
Phil took great satisfaction in telling people about the Eagles and
all they give to local and national charities. His special charity
for the 2010-2011 fraternal year was The Fraternal Order of Eagles
Diabetes Research Center at The University of Iowa.
Phil was retired from the Allegheny Power Company and loved spending
his free time bowling, fishing, golfing and camping.
He is survived by his wife, Donna, six children and 10