Benjamin Price

Benjamin was hit by a car Friday Dec 2nd.  We are using this page to organize an effort to bring him meals once he is home on Dec 12th. Click  "More about this Site"  button below to read  more,  the latest status and a report about his accident and ways you can help. As of today,  Monday 12th  he is scheduled to be released from the Hospital and has a ride home with a big hearted VP where he works. 

If you click "WAYS TO HELP" above and if you can, then click on "Planner" sign up for a day or two to bring Benjamin a lunch, dinner and a good piece of fruit for the next day's breakfast. We appreciate your support and words of hope and encouragement. Thank you.

Benjamin was struck by a car at Colerain and Northbend Friday Dec 2nd.  His tibia (shin)  bone in his right leg was broken and is now surgically repaired with a rod and screws.

He is in good spirits.  There are some very good and caring people I just met Sunday at the hospital who will ensure Benjamin has what he needs now and after release.  We are asking Friends of Benjamin  to sign up to bring him a days food on the PLANNER page under "ways to Help" above. Go there and pick a date you can deliver a meal package
I will add more to this entry as things progress.   If you just want to visit him, call him and arrange a time - he would love that. He is a People Person so I expect the hardest thing for him will be missing his daily interactions.
Note: any donations to this site do not go to Benjamin, they just go to the site owners. . We are only asking for meal assistance but you can go above and beyond by bringing him supplies like toilet paper, soap, snacks, bottled water once he is home. Check with him to see what he needs.
Rich Brown  (513) 886-2062 

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