Local Business Owner Delivers Emergency Medical Supplies to East African Health Clinic 

Left to right: Greg Stewart, Lisa Dimiceli, Vince Budesa

The efforts of local business owner Vince Budesa of Park Wood Logistics Company LLC along with assistance from Mount Olive Councilman Greg Stewart and Lisa Dimiceli, Manager Donor Relations at Hackettstown Medical Center spearheaded the delivery of emergency medical supplies to a remote region of Uganda in East Africa. The supplies were delivered to the St. Francis Health Center in Ocodri, Arua, Uganda operated by the Comboni Missionaries. 

Vince Budesa and Steve Hnatiw of Park Wood Logistics endured a 36-hour flight with 3 connections to reach Entebbe International Airport in Uganda. After a nights rest they made an 11-hour drive along paved and unpaved roads to reach their final destination and delivered the medical supplies on February 3.

If you would like to support the Comboni Missionaries in Uganda please contact Father Chris Aleti of St. Lucy’s Church in Newark or Vince Budesa at Vince@PW-LC.com

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.