b'Marianist Brother Ken Thompson (left) sorts photographs withvolunteers Ann and Bill Frapwell after the communitys move inJanuary. The spacious corridor is visible in the background.Once the council made the decision, we told theguys, said Brother Johnson, who quickly set up a visitand a tour for them. That was an important aspect ofour move; they all were in agreement with it.The move itself occurred over four days in lateJanuary 2023, taking about four months of planning.The moving company recommended moving thebrothers in shifts, four per day, to ease the workload and stress on the residents, who only needed tosort their belongings. An army of volunteers younger Marianist brothers, novices, and faithfulMarianist supportershelped with the actual packinginto boxes for the movers to carry away.From left, Brother Charlie Gausling, Father Jim Russell and Brother Joe Barrish enjoy coffee andJust consider the scope of thismoving 15-16camaraderie in the spacious dining area at St. Leonard. old guys, marveled Father Jim Russell, 91, a vowedMarianist since 1951. It was very well done.Brother Barrish called it very impressive, andMarianist Brother Charlie Gausling praised the moveas very organized.18 Call 1.800.348.4732'