Frank Bice is beginning a new chapter at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. After having been in bed for the past twelve months, challenged by severe pressure sores, and surgery this past June, he moved to Notre Dame on Sunday, August 4, 2019. Frank is currently on a leave of absence from his job at the Canterbury School. As you know, Frank has been a quadriplegic for thirty-nine years after having suffered a broken neck while playing football in the fall of his senior year at Siena College. He is always positive and grateful. Frank has touched the lives of so many of us with the gracious acceptance of his injury. He thinks of others far more than he thinks of himself. As he begins his stay at Notre Dame, I am joined by many of his friends who want to help Frank complete his healing process and have a successful and happy life for years to come. I will do this by making my own personal financial gift to him and am grateful to the people who will join me to support this effort. Our prayer is that you will find it in yourselves to make a financial gift as well. I ask that you please stretch to make the best gift that your means will allow. With gratitude.
This effort is sponsored by: Sean Collins, Jeff Alexander, Dan Denihan, Shawn Kelly, and the Duvnjak family