Leon and Peggy Henry
Parker County Today Magazine
Spirit of Careity Award
We are pleased to honor
Marsha Brown Publisher/
Editor in Chief- Parker County Today
Magazine (AKA) Nozy with the 2018
Spirit of Careity Award.
After many years as a journalist
extraordinaire, Marsha became the
Publisher/Editor of Parker County
Today Magazine. She has a unique
style and an amazing sense of
humor. That sense of humor shows
up daily in her e-news blast that so many of us open first thing
every morning. She lets us know who has had the pleasure of
waking up in Sheriff Fowlers Bed and Breakfast plus adding the
news of the day and always making sure to acknowledge the
Her leadership role in our community is extensive. Those
who know Marsha know that she is driven and does her
homework in an effort to support organizations that she feels
are taking care of business properly. She has created events
that engage the community and teaches people to get involved,
all while benefitting charities.
Marsha is a longtime volunteer and supporter of Careity.
We credit our partnership to helping us get the word out and
giving Careity even more of an opportunity to help people and
saved more lives. She has also given Careity the opportunity
to share the depth of Careity and make people aware of the
critical services provided to cancer patients in Parker County.
Marsha and her husband Stephen work countless hours
publishing the Parker County Today Magazine. They cover the
lives of people from many different walks of life and present
them to their readers with a gusto that makes you want more.
Marsha is a compassionate giver and this community and
Careity Foundation are fortunate to have her. She is a generous
supporter of Careity Foundation and certainly exemplifies the
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Peggy is a
Nurse and works in
the operating room
at Baylor Surgicare
Ft Worth. Leon is a
Financial Advisor with
they are spiritual and
loving, not only for
each other but for
their community and
the people who live here.
They live a life a of service to God and service to those
who need them both in their professions and in their
personal lives. From local Service clubs to charities and
their church, they are a true example of altruism.
There is no job too big or too small for Leon, he rolls up
his sleeves to get things done to help others. He helps in
every aspect possible. When the impossible chore is facing
Careity, we always know that Leon can do it.
Their personal benevolence is remarkable and has had
tremendous impact on Careity’s early detection program
and direct patient services. They help share the Careity
story with compassion and enthusiasm encouraging others
to get involved in the mission of an organization they so
strongly believe in.
Peggy and Leon are true humanitarians. Their eagerness
to focus their professional expertise and their personal
convictions towards charitable endeavors makes them
admirable and exceptional. Their spiritual strength is what
guides them and gets them through the tough times.
We are pleased to honor Peggy and Leon Henry with the
2018 Mary Branch Humanitarian Award n