"Why Terri's Life STILL Matters"

Bobby Schindler, brother of late Terri Schindler Schiavo

Bobby Schindler

Wednesday, June 7
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
St. Catherine of Siena Parish
105 Bonnabel Blvd, Metairie, LA
Open to the Public

Bobby Schindler's life took a dramatic turn in February of 1990 when his sister, Terri, collapsed and was left with a profound brain injury. When Terri's estranged husband sought court permission to starve and dehydrate her to death, Bobby was suddenly propelled into a life he'd never imagined.

Come hear the powerful story of Terri Schindler Schiavo's life and death from her brother, and learn why Terri's legacy still matters today.

Free and open to the public.

Sponsored by Louisiana Right to Life and New Orleans Right to Life.  Event is open to all.

Bobby Schindler will be in Baton Rouge to speak at the Pulse Leadership Institute the following morning, and has graciously agreed to speak the evening before in New Orleans.  Do not miss out on this great learning experience!

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About Bobby Schindler:

After his graduation from LaSalle University with a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing, Bobby moved with his entire family to Florida where he obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in meteorology from Florida State University.

Bobby's life took a dramatic and unexpected turn in February of 1990 when Terri, suddenly collapsed and was left with a profound brain injury. During the time when Terri's estranged husband sought court permission to starve and dehydrate her to death, Bobby was suddenly propelled into a life he'd never imagined. He spoke in defense of his sister's life on numerous national television and radio programs including Hannity & Colmes, Larry King Live, the Oprah Winfrey Show, The Glenn Beck Show, Good Morning America, The Early Show, The Today Show, Dateline NBC, the 700 Club, EWTN and many others.

Following Terri's tragic death on March 31, 2005, Bobby gave up his teaching job at Tampa Catholic High School and became a full-time pro-life and disability rights advocate. Since that time, he has spoken extensively throughout the U.S. and internationally, telling the truth about Terri's story that was largely ignored by the mainstream media, and challenging the public to educate themselves regarding the dangers of euthanasia. Bobby has also been asked to testify before state legislatures in Florida, Louisiana, California and Kentucky, as well as Members of Parliament in Canada concerning the protection of the medically vulnerable. He and his family have authored the book A Life That Matters (2006), regarding their decade long struggle to care for his sister Terri.