David is currently the Director of Development for the City of Powell and has worked for the City for 20 years. He is also a Founding Member of the Powell Sertoma Club, past President, and current incoming President (July 2011-2012).
Larry started coming to Powell in 1964 and moved here in 1973. Licensed as a Realtor in 1973, than as a broker 1980 and runs Larry Coolidge, Realtors. Founding member of the Powell Sertoma Club. Larry is in charge of the Powell Cruize-In and Pig Out held in August each year and also heads up the Holidays Dinners for deserving families.
Major N. Crispin
Major served as Co-Assistant Managing Funeral Director of the Rutherford Funeral Home at Powell, 450 West Olentangy Street (Powell Road) until he retired earlier this year. He is long- time resident of Dublin and has been a Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer for over 40 plus years and a Certified Cremationist.
Helen S. Dunno
Helen as a past chairman of the Sertoma board, she enjoys her work and volunteering for the clubs many charitable events.
Helen was a buyer for several retail stores in Columbus.
Today, Helen enjoys her granddaughter and hanging out with other family members.
Catherine Harper Lee
Laural is Sales Manager at Title First Agency - Title First offers everything needed in order to buy and sell real estate. As Sales Manager for Title First, Laural brings settlement services, legal expertise, marketing tools and more.
In short: she helps make real estate happen and proudly served the real estate community, including Realtors, lenders, builders, developers, buyers and sellers .
Catherine A. Harper Lee
Catherine is the founder and Executive Director of The Ohio Crime Victims Justice Center - Ohio's only victims' rights legal clinic based in Powell, Ohio. Catherine is a native of central Ohio. For the past 20 years, Catherine has been pursuing her real passion - restoring faith and balance in the criminal justice system and in 2003, she founded TJLO.
Faye, now retired, was originally from Hartsdale New York, as an assistant to the County Executive of Westchester County, afterwards relocating to Powell Ohio in 2004.
Faye is an avid golfer, enjoys spectator sports, and enjoys her membership and participation in the Powell Sertoma Club, particularly the Powell Festival.
Nel is one of our original Powell Sertoma member has been a REALTOR with RE/MAX since1989 and a licensed Realtor for 30 years; Graduate Realtor Institute (GRI); Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR); Muti-Million dollar Producer; RE/MAX Hall Of Fame member.
Nel specializes in the North/Northwest/Northeast quadrants of Franklin County/and Southern Delaware areas, but can help anyone anywhere in the Central Ohio area. Whether it's 1st time home buyers, relocation moves, moving up or winding down.
Guy Naples, recently retired, has served as the executive director of the Delaware Speech and Hearing Center since 1984.
He joined the Powell Sertoma Club in 2000 and has served as the Secretary of the Club for the past six years. Mr. Naples is a retired licensed audiologist and speech language pathologist. Prior to working at the center, he was an audiologist at the Ohio Department of Health, and public school speech language pathologist.
Richard M. O'Brien
Mike O'Brien is Charter Member Powell Sertoma. Professionally, Mike is a Certified Financial Planner, Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor with Lincoln Financial Advisors a well know and respected company for many years.
Jack is owner of JR Advertising and President of Integrated Cyber Marketing, LLC, both a Website design and development firm.
He has varied interest from oil painting to music as he was a professional musician in Central Ohio for many years.
He shares his life with his wife, Jenny also a member of Powell Sertoma.
Robert A. Urbanek
The finest compliment I can receive is a referral from my friends and customers.
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This $1,000 scholarship will be given yearly and can be applied for by any Olentangy School District Senior, home schooled student or attending a private school in Powell or Liberty Township and having been a resident of Powell or Liberty Township for at least 3 years.
Applications will be handled by The Delaware County Foundation.
The Powell Sertoma Club is celebrating our 20th year serving the Powell and Liberty Township Community. We are proud to have given over $300,000 to area not-for-profits organizations, and groups like Delaware Speech and Hearing, Red Cross, Liberty Township Fire Department, the Ohio Crime Victim Justice Center, The Powell Sertoma Holiday Dinner program providing over 7,700 meals to deserving families during Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays since the program started, The Liberty Township Firefighters Bed Brigade program, plus many more.
Thanks to those that may have helped our club over the years. If you have interest in joining, contact one of our club members or we meet at the Liberty Tavern for lunch every Wednesday at noon, except the first Wednesday of the month, when we meet for dinner at 5:30 PM at the same location.
John retired from the Radio Advertising Bureau (RAB) where he was Senior Vice President of Professional Development. He oversaw RAB training and certification including webinars, online training, and in-person programs, and acted as RAB’s lead trainer.
Before RAB, John worked at a number of top-rated Ohio radio stations as on-air talent, program director, sales person, sales manager, and general manager. Stations included WTVN, WCOL, WHOK, WKKO, and several others. His experience includes Interactive sales and marketing as Vice-President of Sales with Clear Channel Interactive where he led a team that trained radio stations around the country to sell Interactive advertising and sponsorship.
John has been a frequent presenter at industry conventions and has spoken before groups throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. He lends his talents to speaking at Universities on broadcasting, sales, and management. John serves or has served on several charitable boards and non-profit organizations, and is the recipient of numerous awards and recognitions.
Today John keeps busy as a photographer and videographer (www.potterphotos.com) and freelance voice-over talent, writer, and producer.
Owner since July 1997 of Auto Assets , 356 W Olentangy St, Powell, OH 43065
Employed by Auto Assets in Powell Ohio since 1997. Purchased Auto Assets in 2005. Operate an independent European repair facility servicing 350 cars per month. Started imported and collector car sales in 2005. Sell 330 collector, imported and special interest cars locally and nationally.
Martha Vance & Associates / Moore Technical Services May 1996 – July 1997
Provided technical services to client on a contract basis.
Compuware 1991 – 1996
Provided technical services to client on a contract basis.
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Haley Wemple, her parents, and Mark Raiff, Superintendent of the Olentangy Schools. Haley was the recipient of the 2018 Powell Sertoma Legacy Scholarship. Patty Coolidge, Club President, awarded a certificate acknowledging her accomplishments.
Haley Wemple (center) receives a Powell Sertoma Legacy Scholarship Award from club president Patty Coolidge. Olentangy Schools Superintendent Mark Raiff was present to celebrate Haley's outstanding academic achievements and lasting contributions to her community.
Larry Coolidge recognized as POWELL OHIO MAYOR FOR THE DAY at the 2017 Cruize-In & Pig-Out as the founder of this event (25 years). Pictured above, Larry and Patty Coolidge two terrific and tireless contributors over many years to the city of Powell and the Powell Sertoma.
Powell Sertoma President Patty Coolidge (right) presents $5,000.00 to Bethany Moore, Executive Director of the Delaware Speech and Hearing Center. Funds will be used to help fund the Center's Summer Programs for Children. The Center maintains offices in Delaware and Powell. For more information, the Center's web site is www.delawareshc.org.
Today over 50 million people in the United States alone suffer from some kind of hearing loss. With our technological life style, that number continues to grow. Once hearing loss occurs, it cannot be restored. We can imitate it with hearing devices, but it will never be as clear or concise as it once was. After hearing is lost it becomes one of the most expensive parts of life to maintain. Some insurance companies will pay for testing or will give discounts on equipment, but many will not pay a dime. Our passion is to create a world where everyone who chooses, can hear us. And our passion will compel us to raise awareness of our cause, educate those willing to understand, and support those who need our support. Hearing health needs allies and advocates, educators and healers. Sertoma communities share the common belief that attention paid to hearing health adds quality to lives and communities.
HOW DO WE SUPPORT HEARING HEALTH?
We support hearing health through a variety of programs and mission activities, a portion of which are listed below. For more details or a full list of how Sertoma changes the way the world is heard, visit What We Do.
HARD OF HEARING OR DEAF SCHOLARSHIP
The $1,000 Scholarship is for hard of hearing or deaf students that have clinically significant bilateral hearing loss. Graduating high school seniors or undergraduate students must be pursuing a four year degree.
COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS SCHOLARSHIP
The $1,000 Scholarship is for graduate students who have been accepted into a graduate level program in audiology or speech-language pathology at institutions in the United States. Sertoma provides more funds nationally for graduate level study in communicative disorders than any other single organization.
ADOPT-AN-AGENCY (NATIONAL AFFILIATES)
Sertoma Affiliates are nonprofit hearing and speech facilities that have established a relationship with a Sertoma Club or have an independent relationship with Sertoma. This relationship results in greater service to people with communicative disorders by supporting the professional staff and programs of the affiliate.
SAFEEars!, our National Service Project was developed to provide a national identity in order to spread our mission and attract new members. With minimal financial outlay and time commitments, Sertoma SAFEEars! was developed. This project can help in fundraising and membership recruitment.
"OUR PURPOSE:To meet the needs of communities through volunteer service.
OUR VISION:To create communities of change under common leadership and with a common voice that will serve the many in need.
OUR MISSION:To improve the quality of life today for those at risk or impacted by hearing loss through education and support"
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