Posted by Anne Decker on Jan 08, 2019
Tim Mosher has dedicated his life to saving the lives of others.
During 24 foreign medical mission trips over the past decade, Tim Mosher has learned an important lesson: the best way to feel good about your life is to serve others. Tim is a nurse practitioner at Mercy Health-St. Rita's and retired Shawnee Fire Chief. Most of his trips have been to Haiti which has been devastated by a number of natural disasters and health crises, but he has also traveled to Liberia to treat Ebola patients, Zambia to run a pregnancy clinic, Mosul to treat war victims, and many other countries. Mosher says the rewards of helping people are tremendous. "Everyone can reach out to other people. See if you can't get personal, get more involved, take a risk. Look around and see the opportunities that might be next door, down the street, across the country. Happiness is found in helping others."
Also at Monday's meeting, we welcomed three new members: Randy Green from Swartz Contracting & Emergency Services, Kris Schroeder from Shawnee Manor and Keith Horner from Apollo Career Center, and Corey Frazer & Katy Page traded their red badges for blue badges.
We also auctioned off a bottle of Chateau Lafite Rothschild worth more than $1,000 to benefit PolioPlus. Scott Shafer was the lucky winner with a bid of $500.