The next Mo Show Live will air Wednesday, January 22nd at 3:00 PM Central Time and will feature Josh Caray, the play-by-play announcer of the new Rocket City Trash Pandas. Morris and Josh will be discussing minor league baseball, sports in general, and all things Trash Pandas.
From WAFF 48 News
Thursday, Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall announced Limestone County Judge Douglas Patterson is charged with stealing from an incapacitated elderly man.
Marshall alleges Patterson stole “$47,800 for his own personal use.”
The press release from Marshall’s office states “Patterson became [the man’s] conservator in March 2010. [The man], who is now deceased, was an incapacitated senior living in a Limestone County nursing home for military veterans. At the time Patterson became his conservator, his account had over $43,000. By December 2016, the account had less than $200…”
WLRH Public Radio Hour Elder Care Roundtable on Noticing, Preventing and Reporting Abuse and Common Scams
Featuring Madison County Probate Judge Frank Barger, Martinson & Beason Attorney Doug Martinson, and ASAP President Chanda Crutcher.
The next episode of the Mo Show Live will air Friday, January 3rd, 2020 at 3:00 PM and will feature Spencer Beaty, head men’s basketball coach of the Carter High School Hornets, located in Knox County, Tennessee. Morris and Coach Beaty will be discussing high school basketball, player development, and their upcoming Coaches vs. Cancer game benefiting the American Cancer Society. This episode will also feature a few of Coach Beaty’s players.
Coach Beaty was named the Hornets men’s head coach in 2018. He has previously coached the Sequoyah High School women’s basketball team and Gatlinburg-Pittman men’s basketball team where he was voted Coach of the Year. Coach Beaty was a four-year starter for Maryville College men’s basketball team, where Morris Lilienthal played football. After graduation, Coach Beaty stayed on at Maryville College as an associate head coach.
On January 24th, 2020, Coach Beaty’s Hornets will be participating in the Union County game in conjunction with Coaches vs. Cancer and Suits and Sneakers, which is sponsored by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) and college basketball. Halftime will feature a “fill the bucket” campaign to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Since 1993, coaches have raised nearly $100 million for the American Cancer Society. Knoxville TVA Credit Union is sponsoring the game and further donating towards the cause.
Tune in live via Facebook Live for the interview. Additional episodes of the Mo Show are available here. As always, the Mo Show welcomes your feedback. To submit a question, email Morris at email@example.com.
The holidays are a time when families get together to enjoy one another’s company and gifts are exchanged in an effort to show one another love. It is a season of giving all around. However, scammers and thieves use this season as an opportunity to give themselves a gift and abuse the kind spirits of others. This holiday season, watch out for some of the following ways that tricksters seek to line their pockets.
It’s a mournful time dealing with the death of a parent. Whether it be expected or sudden, this hole in your life is one that every son or daughter can expect to walk through at some point in their life. Many emotions rule the conversation about the end of life, but one that is rarely discussed is what to do with all your relative’s possessions when they pass?
Unfortunately, in today’s society, most of the furniture that our family once considered an antique heirloom is now viewed as an unfashionable eye-sore in a modern home. This creates an obvious disconnect upon the death of a parent as a family now scrambles to see what to do with all this family furniture. According to the National Association of Senior Move Managers, many times this furniture ends up being discarded and thrown out.