Well it been over a year since my last update. To tell you all the truth I really had very little to say. SO update nothing is really nothing.
But now It seems as there is much to discuss and move forward on. The bad news is last year 9-29-09 to be specific, my Father Leonard E. Demalon past away after a long illness. He showed so much courage and tenacity in dealing with a his illness that I couldn't respect him anymore then I already did. He was my best friend, My father was aces! He had such a great sense of humor, sarcastic, and silly. Just a great guy! Please read the following very carefully, and we hope that you will find it in your heart to help us with this fund.
On September 29, 2009, my father, Leonard
E. Demalon, passed away. He
graduated from Saint Vincent College in 1958, and aside from being an
exceptional athlete and student, he also earned the honor of a Small College
All-American (1957) for his beloved Saint Vincent Bearcat Football team. In that same year he
was drafted by the Baltimore Colts of the NFL. In 1990 he received the St. Vincent Lettermen of
Distinguished Alumni award, known today as the Athletic Hall of Fame. Len (Moose) truly loved Saint Vincent
College and he was elated when football returned to Saint Vincent in the fall
of 2007. If you knew my father,
you knew he loved two things, his wife, of more that 50 years Marie, and St.
It is in our father’s memory that our family is proud to announce the
formation of The Leonard E. Demalon “58”
Fund at Saint Vincent College. My father was very proud to have played for
St. Vincent College, and once this endowment reaches $25,000 in contributions,
the earnings will be used for the operating expenses of the Bearcat football
Our hope is that you will help us make this endowment fund a reality. Your
donation is tax-deductible. Please send
your generous donation to:
They say that when one door closes, another door opens. This is true in this situation. As with most things, the death of a parent is tough to deal with. My Father (our father) rasied us to deal with anything that came our way, this is no different. Tough, unbelievable, Great memories....PRICELESS!
I wish he would live to see the great litter of puppies that our English Pointers whelped on November 25th. Mac and Giada had 11 of the most beautiful puppies I have ever seen. He would have loved to hunt behind them. We miss him...and know that he is hang weith God. If I know my father, he is talking Gods ear off about football.
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