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|June 19, 2008|
|Topic: General and miscellaneous|
Discussion: Medical Emergency When Out Of Town
On behalf of the Rothe Family we just want to say thank you for all of the support that everyone has provided us. It was an unexpectedly tragic loss for all of us and we appreciate how much he meant to all of you as well. He truly loved the sport, the competition and the camaraderie.
In his honor there is a company looking to help provide defibrillators for the many fields you all play at. The cost of each machine is being discounted by the Red Cross of Utah and is being partially matched by Winter Crest/Sacred Ground healing Arts Center. These generous price reductions cut the cost of the machines by about 30%. The fund is called the Ed Rothe (Scrap Iron 60's) Defibrillator Fund. Any donation amount would help save lives and ensure the most important medical devices are ready whenever needed.
Please read more about how you can donate or be involved at
Tribute Pictures are at:
And as previously noted his obituary is
Thank you so much and we can't wait to see the Scrap Iron team continue to do well in the future.
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