Sam Dillard Memorial Fund

If I missed getting this to you via email, here is more information. If you are CCHS alumni, please send me your email and I'll add you to the update list. You can email me at smksapper@gmail.com

As most of you are aware, on Saturday November 15th Coach Sam Dillard collapsed at his home in Fairfield, Ohio. Mr. Dillard passed away later that same night from multiple brain aneurysms. Coach Dillard leaves behind a wife (Lianne Kelly) and two young girls (Callie soon to be 3 and Zipporah 1).

Sam Dillard was a coach and teacher in his 31st year at Cincinnati Christian High School in Fairfield, OH. As a strong example to his students and players, Sam showed, through his everyday life and actions, the true love of Christ. Now it is our turn to take care of his loved ones.

Lianne and their girls need us now more then ever. Medical bills, mortgage payments, food and diapers now become harder to come by in this time of grief. Sam and his family's home church is Tri-County Assembly of God in Fairfield. The church and its pastors, Hugh and Brad Rosenberg, have set up a Sam Dillard Memorial Fund. This fund will go entirely to Lianne Dillard and the two girls, Callie & Zipporah, to cover their growing expenses.

Please join me in making a donation in any amount, big or small to help out the loved ones of Sam Dillard in this time of need.

Please make checks payable to "Tri-County Assembly" with a notation designating it for the "Sam Dillard Memorial Fund".

Send donations to:

Sam Dillard Memorial Fund

c/o Tri-County Assembly

7350 Dixie Hwy

Fairfield, OH 45014

News/Articles on Sam's Passing:


http://news.cincinnati.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/AB/20081117/NEWS01/311170026/
http://www.yappi.com/forums/showthread.php?t=179630
http://www.middletownjournal.com/news/content/oh/story/news/local/2008/11/18/hjn111808coachdeath.html?cxtype=rss&cxsvc=7&cxcat=16

Comments

EmilyAdele said…
BTW, did you give Lianne the card from Mom? I'm sure you did, just checking.

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