24 May PGWP George Ziebol Passes Away May 24, 2020 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles General 0 We are deeply saddened to announce the loss of Past Grand Worthy President George Ziebol. George passed away yesterday after a valiant battle with heart disease. His wife, Past Grand Madam President Katie Ziebol, sent us the following: “George was very proud of what the Fraternal Order of Eagles stands for and always supported the F.O.E.’s various charitable efforts and goals throughout his time as an Eagle. He was a 63-year member of St. Cloud, Minn., Aerie #622 and cherished his membership, friends and fond memories of his home state. George was respected by all and was a very patriotic man in all aspects, always believing in liberty, truth, justice and equality for every person. His motto was “Smile, it’s great to be an Eagle!” – a message he lived up to each day. Rest easy, George.” Donations in George’s memory are appreciated and can be made to Grand Worthy President Ron Malz’s charity, Confidence Learning Center, mailed to: Grand Aerie Headquarters 1623 Gateway Circle South Grove City, OH 43123 Donations should be made out to the FOE Charity Foundation with “Confidence Learning Center” on the memo line. Condolences may be shared with Katie Ziebol at: Katie Ziebol 1111 N. 200 W. Unit 324 Ogden, UT 84404 Due to the current coronavirus crisis and by George’s request, there will be no services held. Our thoughts and prayers are with the friends and family of George Ziebol during this difficult time. You will be greatly missed, George! Related Articles PGMP Kathy Gonzagowski Passes Away Katherine S. Gonzagowski, 75, of Mesa, AZ, passed away Feb. 8, 2017. She is survived by her brother Bruce Gonzagowski, Mesa, AZ and many close friends and relatives. She was born in Mauston, WI on July 29, 1941. Her parents were Joseph and Myrtle Gonzagowski who preceded her in death. She spent most of her adult life in Madison, WI, where she worked for 40 plus years as an LPM at the Central Center for the developmentally disabled. Grand Trustee John Noldan Passes Away Brothers and Sisters, It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Grand Trustee John Noldan, 66, of pancreatic cancer. John was a proud and dedicated Eagle, firmly committed to upholding the Ritual and serving the Fraternal Order of Eagles in every way he could. He is survived by his loving wife, Kat, four children and nine grandchildren. Experience NASCAR From The Pits! Sign new members for the Fraternal Order of Eagles and you could earn a chance to earn pit passes to an upcoming NASCAR Sprint Cup race! The F.O.E. will be holding a series of membership contents in correlation with the remaining races in which the Eagles will be featured as a major associate sponsor. The Aerie and Auxiliary member with the most proposed members during the designated period in an eligible state will each receive two pit passes to the race. First Time Proposer Contest Winners Announced Earlier this year, the Grand Aerie Membership Department held their inaugural First Time Proposer contest from Dec. 1 – Feb. 28, offering $250 to Aerie and Auxiliary winners from each of our 16 regions. Each first time proposer during the period received an entry into the contest, with the winner in each region selected at random. The Membership Department is proud to announce this year’s winners: Dr. Abel Named President-Elect Of The Endocrine Society DRC Director's Report - December 2017 It is with great pleasure that we share with you that E. Dale Abel, MD, PhD, was recently elected as the president-elect of the Endocrine Society. His term as president-elect will commence March 20, 2018, and his presidential term will begin on March 20, 2019, for one year. Dr. Abel credits this high accomplishment in part to the contributions of the FOE whose extraordinary commitment to diabetes research has strengthened his work. Tarentum #699 Donates $10,000 For Fire Training Room During a regular Auxiliary meeting last February, Tarentum Eagles Auxiliary #699 decided as a group that they wanted to make a big impact in their local community. Looking for a large project to help fund, local firefighter Bill Williams from Citizens Hose Fire/Rescue/EMS told Auxiliary Treasurer Ruth Jordan about the station’s plan to build a fire safety training room. Jordan then spoke with Station Chief Sean Jones about the project. Jones said the station had been wanting to build a training facility for a couple of years since there are no proper facilities in the area, and others are expensive and can be difficult to get access to. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.