Device in Len’s honour could help save lives

GENEROUS DONATION: (from left) Carol Brett, Kimberley Stevens and Murray Stevens donated a defibrillator and plaque to the Euroa Men’s Shed, after their father Len, a former shed member, died last year. Accepting the donation is shed member Max Griffiths.

SEVERAL friends of the late Len Stevens gathered recently to accept a donation from his family, which could help save lives.

Len passed away late last year and it was a shock to his family and friends, particularly those at the Euroa Men’s Shed.

Carol Brett and Murray Stevens, Len’s children, decided to donate a defibrillator and plaque to the men’s shed, which was a place their father spent a lot of time before his death.

“The Euroa Men’s Shed meant a lot to Dad,” Murray said.

“That’s why it’s our pleasure to ensure his friends are safe and enjoyable for everyone.

“So it was a no-brainer, really.”

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