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Our classmate Alan Offstein has posted information about his granddaughter, Molly.  Many of us have been following Molly's condition and are praying for her improvement.  Below is the latest information  from Alan's son, Evan -

Friends & Family--today marks 5 months since Molly's accident. Many of you have written or reached out today. I wanted to let everyone know that we are bringing Molly home in 10 days. Specifically, August 15th, Molly will make her return to Frostburg. I think there was some confusion around the 4th of July regarding Molly's status and some Carolina papers indicated that Molly had awakened. Given that several of you have reached out, I thought it appropriate and responsible to outline where Molly is. We wish that Molly has awakened, but that really isn't the case.

Molly cannot walk or talk. She relies on a feeding tube and around 10 different medications a day to get thru. She also pulls her head hard to the left. While her motor skills have improved on her left side, her right side is still significantly behind. She cannot follow commands consistently. We have noticed, though, in the last 10 days significantly more eye tracking and while I think she's followed some commands from Laura, Christa, and her therapists I had yet seen it till about 4 days ago. Over the last 2 months, Molly also has vomited a lot, which we believe now can be traced to the dopamine class of drugs. For whatever reason, she seems resistant or allergic to this class of drugs. While that is disappointing, we are exploring other interventions and methodologies.

As our time here at KKI comes to an end, I'd like to thank the many, many friends that made visits to help Molly, help Laura, or help me. Also, a special thanks goes out to the tremendous staff at KKI--they work tirelessly and bring the same passion on the 60th day that they brought on the 1st day. I am humbled at their capacity to care and to try. Not only will Molly come back to one of the truly great communities of Frostburg,MD, she will also be coming home to see her new dog named Toby. I've seen pictures and this may be one of the cutest dogs that I've ever seen and I can tell that this will be a good match for Molly.

Again, we appreciate everyone's continued support, love, empathy, and compassion. Even in this state, Molly seems to continue to make a difference as I get FB messages from people saying that they are running miles, eating better, losing weight, and getting healthy as a result of seeing Molly's lifestyle. From bad, comes good and this is just one example of that.

With gratitude-- Evan

Dear Classmates,

We have received information that a replica of the Vietnam Wall will be on display behind the Veteran's Administration Medical Center, 325 New Castle Road, Butler PA.

The Wall will be on display from August 23rd through August 27th, 2017.

For further information you can go to their website and search for:  American Veterans Traveling Tribute.

Clearing up things after my Mom died recently, it turns out my parents owned two adjoining lots in the North Side Cemetery. Mom and Dad do not need them, and we would like to find anyone who might be able to use them.
If anyone is interested, feel free to contact me at
I am sure we can work something out.
For those not interested, I apologize if this inconveniences you. I just assumed this is a good place to reach a lot of people with connections to Butler.
Jim Oppenheimer, BHS '64

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