Fallen Warrior – Phil Wolpe, Arizona Community

August 22, 2012

in Community News, Fallen Warrior

Phil Wolpe

Phil Wolpe, Blessing Bison
NWTA April 1996, Chicago

I create loving, caring, supportive communities by honoring the diversity and similarities amongst all peoples.

Phil Wolpe, Vice Chairman of the ManKind Project Elders, passed away on the evening of August 21, 2012 near his home in Prescott, Arizona. He died suddenly while in nature with a friend. The men of the Arizona center are assisting and supporting his wife, Sue.

For now, I ask that you keep Phil and his wife in your thoughts and prayers. With admiration and respect for a wonderful man, ritual elder, brother, father, husband, and elder.

From:
Terry Jones “eagle”
Elder Chairman
MKPI and MKPUSA

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