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Knight of the Month – July 2018

John Espree It was another successful effort in staffing the council’s youth baseball concessions stands across Cedar Hill this spring. Much of the credit goes to John, who again served as the captain of the first shift at the Valley Ridge complex and got our day off to a rousing start. He and wife Bonnie…

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New monogrammed caps

Our new monogrammed Council 8157 caps are available for purchase. Contact Andy Goza if you would like to order yours. Shirts are also available in various styles and sizes. Andy Goza andygoza@msn.com (214) 212-8114‬

Knight Hands Rock

Nel Mancenido wondered how Knight Hands could possibly remove all the rotted lumber from his gazebo deck and replace the rotted portions with new treated 2” X 6”’s in such a short period of time.  Here’s how we did it.  David Dybala had surveyed the damaged deck beforehand and determined the necessary materials to complete…

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Supreme Launches Revised Service Program

FAITH IN ACTION In the coming 2018-2019 fraternal year, Faith in Action will be the new program model for the Knights of Columbus, replacing Surge…with Service. The new model seeks to balance all of our priorities as an Order — Faith, Family, Community and Life — and offer Knights meaningful opportunities to serve people in…

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The Dallas Diocese Chapter on Facebook

The Knights of Columbus Dallas Diocese Chapter (DDC) is the organization that represents 61 Councils, which are divided into 15 Districts (#101-115), and 13 Assemblies that represent the 4th Degree; for a combined total of over 12,000 individual Knights in the Dallas Diocese. Council 8157 is well represented in the Diocese with three of our…

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Roberto Nieto – June 2018

Roberto keeps a busy schedule – operating a neurology clinic in Mansfield with two daughters in college and one in high school – but decided it was a good time to join the Knights after witnessing the Order’s good works for so many years. He’s from Corpus Christi, graduated from the University of Texas Medical School…

Kavin Stuckly – June 2018 transfer

First of all, the first name is pronounced with a short “a” sound, like former SMU football coach Mike Cavan. Kavin and his family have lived in Duncanville since 2009, and he recently decided to transfer his KC membership over from the council in North Richland Hills, just northeast of Fort Worth. Kavin grew up…

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Francisco “Frank” Bernal – May 2018

Frank has lived in Duncanville for most of his life. But during his high school years, his family apparently lived in a sliver of the city that sent its children to Cedar Hill schools. Hence, he’s a graduate of Cedar Hill High. Frank then went on to Mountain View College and UT-Arlington. He has worked…

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Wendell Jean Pierre – April 2018

Wendell turned heads during his meeting with the council’s admission committee when he revealed doing lots of research on the Knights before pursuing membership, which was informally extended to him by Tony Gonzalez during an ACTS retreat. Wendell’s Catholic faith has long been important to him, going back to attending St. Augustine High in his…