Kentucky Agent Eric Vieth Earns Award
Eric Vieth of Fort Thomas, Kentucky, earned a Richard Tobin Benevolence Award from Catholic Order of Foresters. He chose the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati (DSAGC) to receive the money associated with the award. The money will be used in support of one of DSAGC’s largest fundraisers, the Buddy Walk. The walk is one of the largest in the nation supporting individuals with Down Syndrome. Eric’s family has been supporting the event for 10 years. “DSAGC is near and dear to my heart. My son Carson has Down Syndrome. Over the years, my entire family has gotten involved with DSAGC, [as they] are a leading advocate for Down Syndrome awareness and empowerment not only here in the Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati area, but nationally,” Eric shared.
Catholic Order of Foresters’ top 20 agents earned Richard Tobin Benevolence Awards, worth $500 each, in 2017. COF donates this money to the church, school or community organization of each agent’s choice. These awards are made possible through COF’s Welfare and Relief Fund. The late High Chief Ranger Richard Tobin established this fund to allocate money for fraternal good.
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