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Contact the Supreme MOCA Chaplain

Billie Cassidy
bscassidy@tds.net

To report online, Please
click HERE.


U. S. Department of Veterans Affair’s Veteran Crisis Line.

This service is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The phone number is:

1-800-273-8255 Option 1

The service also offers confidential chat for veterans and their family members in need at:

VeterancrisisLine.net


Our Favorite Slogans:

"Keep 'em Smilin' in
Beds of White"

"Closer than a Brother,
Busier than a Bee"

"Increase and Multiply"

Our Motto:

"Honor, Loyalty,
Perseverance and Industry"

"The Honor Degree
of the VFW"

 

Message from Supreme MOCA Chaplain

MOCA Chaplains,

MOCA Chaplains are elected members of the Military Order of the Cootie Auxiliaries.

I would like to take this opportunity to Congratulate the newly elected Chaplains on all levels for the ensuing year, 2020-2021. The position to which you have been elected is the one office, in the Auxiliary to the Military Order of the Cootie, that is not only a sacred one, but you should be the person to whom your sisters & brothers turn to in times of despair and sickness. Your office is where the reflection of Love and Caring begins.

It is your responsibility to send cards, make phone calls and visits to our Veterans, the MOC and MOCA members and their families who are sick, in the hospital or just shut-ins; verifying if anything is needed. Also, when requested, to preside at Memorial Services for those deceased members.

God bless each one of you as we pray together this year, whether in a meeting, at events or at home. May we make this year one of Peace and Blessings especially for our Veterans as we “KEEP THEM SMILING IN BEDS OF WHITE”.


Auxiliary Members,

To those who are ill, our best wishes for a speedy recovery. To those who have lost loved ones we extend our deepest sympathy and prayers. Please check below for details on those who are ill or who have passed away.

There is a new way to report Chaplain activities that will eliminate paperwork and consolidate all reports in one central location. Use the link to the right to report all future Chaplain activities.

I will send out notices to all Presidents and Chaplains that have an email address. Please ensure members are notified.

Loyally,

Billie Cassidy
bscassidy@tds.net
Supreme MOCA Chaplain
2020-2021


Illnesses

PSP Jeanne Edwards-Cusson’s husband is ill with a brain tumor.  They were able to shrink it down.  He’s in a nursing home rehab. She needs all the prayers and Thinking of You cards to let her know we all care.  Please send cards to:

Jeanne Edwards-Cusson
30 Randall St.
Cortland, NY 13045

Ramel Fields' (MOCA # 6, LA) husband David Fields who is the immediate Past Grand Commander for Louisiana was in a near fatal bike/car accident and is in serious condition. She is requesting any prayers that the members could raise up for him. Also send "Get Well" cards to David at the following address:

Ramel Fields
P O Box 554
Mansfield, LA 71052

Deaths

1. Delpha Martin’s Son Fred passed away.  Cards can be sent to:

Delpha Martin
604 Braddock Avenue
Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania 15145

2. Phyllis Kelly (Supreme Mama Clown) PT # 5 Ohio, lost her Daughter-in-Law on July 30th.  Please keep Phyllis and her family in your thoughts and Prayers. Cards can be sent to:

Phyllis Kelly Supreme Mama Clown
1904 South Belmont Street
Springfield , Ohio 45505

3. Shelly Swick-Small, PT 118 Ohio lost her brother. Please send cards to:

Shelly Swick-Small
7143 Gale Rd. SW
Hebron, OH 43046