Oxford American Legion hosts benefit for Bob Travis this weekend

OXFORD – The Oxford American Legion is rallying behind one of its own this weekend, hosting two fundraisers to raise money for Robert Travis.



Know as “Bob” to his friends, Travis suffered a stroke in November which left him paralyzed on his left side. After more than a month at Crouse Irving Hospital in Syracuse, he was transferred to Crown Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in Cortland, where he has been undergoing extensive rehabilitation.

According to Bruce Wackford, the situation has caused a financial strain for Travis, who was working on a temporary basis for the Town of Oxford prior to the stroke.


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