Volume XVII Issue VIII THE POST July 18th, 2017
Chaplains Corner July 2017The Ten Commandments are of utmost importance in the moral and ethical systems of Christianity, Islam and Judaism. How about using five of the commandments for personal direction? As written, they tell us what not to do. If we examine them carefully, perhaps turn them around a bit, they can also advise us what to do:
1) Heal those who have been harmed (From “You shall not kill”).
2) Respect all those who love you (From “You shall not commit adultery”).
3) Give more to the world than you take (From “You shall not steal”).
4) Value the dignity of truth (From “You shall not bare false witness”).
5) Content yourself with life’s necessities (From “You shall not covet your neighbor’s goods”).
I believe that no one who lives by these guidelines need to fear
Please remember our members who are ill, as well as our men and women presently
serving in our armed forces.
God’s peace to all!
Ralph Bechtold, Post Chaplain
Fiscal Year 2016-2017 Post Everlasting
Robert Rasmussen, U.S. Army, WWII
DOB: Aug 19, 1928 - DOD: October 28, 2016
David E. Oberg, U.S. Army Air Corp, WWII
DOB: July 10,1919 - DOD: October 31, 2016
Brasel, David F. WWII DOD: November, 2016
Anthony J. Hetfleisch, U.S. Coast Guard, WWII
DOB: October 22, 1921—DOD: December 29, 2016
Leonard Nowakowski, U.S. Army, WWII, DOD: March 17, 2017
Silvio Pasquarella, U.S. Army, WWII, DOD: May 30, 2017
Walter Newman, U.S. Army, WWII, DOD: May 24, 2017