Len’s bequest will help save lives

IN MEMORY OF LEN: Carol Brett, daughter of late Men’s Shed member Len Stevens, donated a cheque so that the Euroa Men’s Shed can purchase a defibrillator. Also pictured is shed president Max Kubeil (left) and treasurer Geoff Brooks. PHOTO: Anthony Cini

EUROA Men’s Shed last week was pleased to receive a cheque from the estate of past member Len Stevens to purchase a defibrillator for the local organisation.

The defibrillator was purchased by the shed and a plaque in memory of the late Len will be erected.

Len was one of the gentlemen who thoroughly enjoyed the benefits of the men’s shed.

His daughter Carol, who donated the cheque, said men’s sheds weren’t just about fixing furniture and building toys, but fixing men and building communities.

“When Dad sold his farm, the Euroa Men’s Shed gave him valuable mateship and a place to go and feel useful,” she said.

“He made so many new friends and looked forward to every Tuesday and Friday morning.”

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