Tillman honored again
By Robert Proctor
The Cuero Record
Not even two years after being recognized by the Dallas 24 Hour Club during their 50th anniversary celebration in 2019, Lee Tillman was once again honored by the club he founded in 1969. On Feb. 24, a ribbon cutting ceremony was held to celebrate the opening of Tillman House.
Although Lee and his wife, Kay, were unable to attend, his son, Michael Tillman, was there to cut the ribbon with several other family members in attendance.
“There’s no way I can explain something like that,” Lee stated with clear appreciation. “In Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) you do things, and you don’t keep track of them. You kinda let God keep score, and you do things anonymously. The 24 Hour Club has become so huge and so public that I was really touched.”
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