Kevin Boyer's Fundraising Page
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Kevin Boyer's Fundraising Page
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Kevin is the Financial Administrator for the Elkhart Clinic, where he has been employed for the past 20 years.  He holds a degree in accounting from Manchester University and graduate degree in administration from the University of Notre Dame.  He and his wife, Ruth, reside in Bourbon and have four adult children and 10 grandchildren.

Kevin is completing his 16th year as a board member for Triton School Corporation, his 15th year as a board member of ADEC and his 9th year as a board member of the Marshall County Community Foundation.  He is also on the Triton Distinguished Young Women board and has served as the program’s emcee for the past 13 years.  Kevin received the 1st Source Bank Ernestine M. Raclin Community Leadership Award in 2017.

Kevin’s interests include restoring classic Corvettes and Schwinn tandem bicycles; anything that’s a two-seater!

Participating in this year’s event couldn’t possibly be further from Kevin’s comfort zone.  He refused to dance at his oldest daughter’s wedding and reluctantly did so at his youngest daughter’s wedding.  He took on this challenge because he wants to feel comfortable dancing someday at the weddings of his four granddaughters!

As the senior competitor this year, Kevin is desperately seeking the sympathy vote.  He makes up for what he lacks in skill, poise and grace with experience!

ABOUT Still Dancing in Elkhart 2019

Still Dancing in Elkhart is in its 11th season raising funds to support The Samaritan Center in Elkhart.  The Center was founded by the First Presbyterian Church of Elkhart in 1972.  It is the founding Center for the Solihten Institute (FKA The Samaritan Institute) and a network of 44 other Centers around the country.  Still Dancing in Elkhart started during the Great Recession in 2009.  It has brought financial healing to the Center and subsequent growth in serving the community. 

The Center’s mission is to be the expression of the love of God by helping people under stress.  The Center provides high level, spiritually integrated, mental health counseling to people of all ages, whatever their faith background might be. 

This event will provide fee assistance to help ensure access for those who could otherwise not afford services.  The success of this event is directly responsible for the Center growth in size and ministry over the last 10 years.  In 2019 we expect to work with over 500 individuals, couples, and families and almost a third of them will have some level of fee assistance to support counseling hours.

Thank you for helping us make a difference in the lives of our neighbors.

Supporters
Name Date Amount Comments
Erica Hart 11/01/2019 $50.00 I can’t wait to hear you won! Good luck!
Pavan Ahuja 11/01/2019 $100.00  
Jenny Coffman 11/01/2019 $30.00  
Mary Corthier 11/01/2019 $100.00  
Sara Crooks 11/01/2019 $51.00  
Bob Boyles 11/01/2019 $50.00  
Denys Boyer 11/01/2019 $200.00  
Anna Gilsinger 11/01/2019 $500.00  
Brad Hartman 11/01/2019 $200.00  
Joan Hunt 11/01/2019 $50.00  
John Karagiannis 11/01/2019 $400.00  
Sean Kearns 11/01/2019 $100.00  
Tim Koch 11/01/2019 $500.00  
Lindsey McIntyre 11/01/2019 $50.00  
James Miller 11/01/2019 $100.00  
Sue Petry 11/01/2019 $100.00  
Bob and Sue Rakhra 11/01/2019 $250.00  
Mamoon Raza 11/01/2019 $250.00  
Brian Reichenbach 11/01/2019 $250.00  
Laura Rhoade 11/01/2019 $1,000.00  
Mark Sherman 11/01/2019 $200.00  
Randy Stukel 11/01/2019 $200.00  
Bill Turnbull 11/01/2019 $50.00  
Linda Yoder 11/01/2019 $50.00  
Tom and Margaret Ellinger 10/31/2019 $100.00 Make Triton proud.
Joan Vidic 10/31/2019 $200.00 Sorry we cant be there Kevin! Go Kevin Go!!
Rachel Long 10/28/2019 $100.00 Go Kevin Go!
  Total $5,231.00  
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