The Brian LaViolette Scholarship Foundation, along with Bellin Health are celebrating an inspiration milestone in Northeast Wisconsin. For 25 years, the Foundation named after Brian LaViolette has been living Brian's message, "The Journey is the Reward"
Bellin Health is special to the LaViolette Foundation as that is where Brian was born 40 years ago on January 23, 1977. And while tragedy cut his life short at the age of 15, his spirit continues to impact the lives of so many.
A short news conference and multimedia presentation will be held at Bellin College, 3201 Eaton Road, Green Bay on Thursday, January 26th at 10:00 am. It will kick off the Brian LaViolette 25th Year Celebration and unveil our '25 Years, 25 Stories' initiative, detailing how one life can truly make a difference in the lives of thousands.
Brian is just one of the thousands brought into this world at Bellin. Image the impact each person has had on this world. In Brian's case, lives have been touched all around the globe. Join us to see how so many--from the nurse in the delivery room, to the latest scholarship recipient--continue to play a part in this incredible journey of rewarding others.
George Kerwin, President of Bellin Health
Vicki Parmentier, Brian LaViolette Foundation Advisory Board Member and Scholarship Sponsor
Emma Jeschke, 2016 Bellin College Scholarship Recipient
Special announcement to be made regarding event on August 8th near Lambeau Field.
Interviews with event speakers and Brian's parents, Doug and Renee LaViolette, will be available following the presentation, along with b-roll opportunities.