June 2017- via Foodforthepoor.org
Chicago Couple Lovingly Sustains Daughter’s Legacy by Helping Others
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In May, Chicago couple Andy and Florette Sokulski returned to Haiti with Food For The Poor, along with Father Medard Laz, to see how their gifts over the last decade have been used to save and transform lives in the Caribbean country.
The Sokulskis were pleased with what they saw at Bernard Mevs Hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, where they have funded multiple projects over the years to honor the memory of their daughter, Julie Sokulski Hesser, who died 11 years ago at the age of 32. The hospital has been modernized and even has an Intensive Care Unit, which was made possible by the Sokulskis' generosity and the kindness of dedicated supporters.
"It's truly amazing! This was an open-air hospital two years ago with drapes blowing in the wind, and people waiting for hours to be seen by a doctor. Now we have a three-story building you all have helped us with," said Florette Sokulski. "It's because of you that lives are being saved every single day."
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