The Francis monk, brother George Cary, opened another donation check in his mail.Over the past 10 years, he has raised more than $120,000 for AIDS walking.(Shot by Liz hafiya/San Francisco Chronicle) another donation check was opened by Leverson Munch brothers George Cherrie in his mail.Over the past 10 years, he has raised more than $120,000 for AIDS walking.(Filmed by Liz hafiya/San Francisco Chronicle) les brothers George Cherrie are also comfortable at the sterile clinic in St. Ayers.Mary is at the Medical Center in San Francisco, where he serves drug addicts and poor AIDS patients in the tenacious BayviewHe called it home near the Hunter point.His life today is in sharp contrast to the jet.After more than 30 years at Bank of America, he led the company's existence.1993 season, Cherrie left six of his.Salary work and 51st-Floor office in downtown San Francisco.That year, he decided to join the French Brotherhood, a religious group dedicated to serving the poor.After three years of training, Cheli vowed to maintain poverty, chastity and obedience.One thing that has remained the same during these years of change is that he took part in the annual San Francisco AIDS Walk, a charity event that raised money for AIDS and HIV prevention and treatment.He will take part in 12 parades on Sunday.Cherrie, 64, has been single for yearsHandedly raised more than $120,000 for AIDS walking, making him one of the "star Pacers club" of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation's top AIDS walking fundraisers.This year, he raised $14,000 for AIDS walking and is expected to raise another $1,000 by Sunday.Many of his promises come from his presence in St.Mary's Hospital and his former bank.On 1999, as part of his pledge of poverty, he sold his house in Nob Hill shortly after living in Bayview --Hunters Point.He lives in a small room in the Brotherhood Church.Paul of the shipwreck Church, which includes Parish schools and food storage rooms.When Cherrie talked about his humble existence, he said: "The difference is that his existence includes $100 --a-The Brotherhood he spends most of his time on movies is a monthly allowance.-This is far from $300,000.Plus wages, not to mention the benefits he once received as an American bank auditor, including traveling abroad on a regular basis with a dime from the company.He drove a 1994 Cadillac fleewood Braun, and now it's the "old car" that the bank gave him when he was sworn in.He lost three.Suits suitable for French people.Most of the time, he was wearing comfortable shoes, black trousers, a black jersey and a vest, had a lot of money in his pocket and he liked to send money.One day in 1986, when he drove home from work, he left the banking industry and heard a radio advertisement from the San Francisco suicide prevention center seeking bilingual volunteers.Cherrie, who has just returned from a job in Latin America and is proficient in Spanish, has a strong desire to do community service.This is the culmination of the AIDS epidemic, where men and women die everywhere around San Francisco, and others show the devastating effects of the disease.He received training from crisis hotline volunteers and started at 4-and eight-hour shifts.More than half of the calls came from men and women fighting the diagnosis of HIV/AIDS, he said.Cherrie, who is interested in providing more help to AIDS patients, received HIV/AIDS counseling training in the San Francisco General parish.In 1986, he began volunteering at Castro's most sacred AIDS support group.When he first arrived at the Most Holy Redeemer, there were 180 people on the waiting list and there were not enough volunteers to provideto-1 Consultation, support and recommendation.Still a full-At Bank of America's time executive, Cherrie finds himself dining at Carnelian Room and Bankers Club, sometimes cleaning the client's home in the afternoon, and other days shopping and washing clothes.He met the brothers Regen Chapman, a brother who worked and lived in St. Francis, the Most Holy Redeemer.Francis Center in Los AngelesTwo people are friends.Chapman recalled how chaili had raised many questions about what the brothers had done.He likes the idea of becoming a brother right away and decides that the job can fulfill his dream of giving back to the community."George likes to take over the toughest cases," Chapman said ."While most clients are gay, Cherrie prefers to help women, usuallyChapman recalls that those who suffer from the disease due to the sharing of contaminated needles earn addicts."George likes the people who are quarreling."As long as he walks into the room, friends say, he has the incredible ability to get people out of the checkbook.The most recent afternoon, he received a $10 check and a $4,000 check in five minutes.He smiled and said, "I really don't want to face ."Pat Kristin, executive director of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, was enthusiastic about her friend Cerrie's praise."He is an amazing person," Christen said ."."I only hope that the whole world is made up of people like George Cherrie, because if so, we are closer to ending the epidemic."It was during his tenure as a board member of the AIDS Foundation that Cherrie said he learned the most in reconciling Catholic doctrine with homosexuality and AIDS.At that time, Cherrie also worked in the AIDS dementia ward in St.Mary's.He encouraged everyone who wanted to participate in the exchange."I found a way to help people who feel excluded," he said ."."I feel lucky and lucky to be able to pass this (love) on to others.Rose grew up in Cerrie and graduated from St.At Vincent High School in Vallejo, his father was a naval civil engineer and his family moved there after being transferred to the island of Marais.He was ill and went to school at Malino Seminary in Glen Allen.But he left after he decided he didn't want to be single."After 40 years, I changed my mind," he said ."His mother and father were alcoholic and his sister died of alcohol at the age of 42.After chaili and his wife died, he adopted his sister's son and daughter.The couple also have a biological daughter.Cherrie's first marriage was abolished, but he still has a close relationship with his predecessor.Wife and three of them.-He thinks the improvement of his greatest achievementsAlong the way, Cherrie has always maintained a good sense of humor.He is known for joking with clients and hospital staff.The patient used to make fun of the Franciscan habit he wore, calling it a "beautiful dress "."He will come back with a naughty smile," Hey, looking at it, a little respectful.Kathy Rupert, a friend of cérie and former Bank of America colleague, said the two were cards.Cooperation began in 1988.She can prove his persuasiveness in collecting promises."You give it when George asks," said Rupert, senior vice president of Bank of America ."."He has a charm on him and it's hard for you to refuse when he asks for money.She also said he was one of the most reliable friends she had ever had.When her only daughter, Tami, died in an apartment fire at the age of 20 in 1990, Cherrie immediately rushed over to provide any help he could."He is very supportive of me both personally and professionally.He's a great mentor.I think of George. I think of compassion.He has a heart of gold.