Board Spotlight – Meet Ed

ed

DSL Board President

Spouse:  Susan , Children:  Katherine & David

Virgo – 6th sign of the zodiac.  “Virgos, more than any other zodiac sign, were born to serve, and it gives them (me) great joy.  They are also tailor-made for the job since common Virgo traits are being industrious, methodical, and efficient.  The sense of duty borne by these folks (me) is considerable, and it ensures that they will always work for the greater good.” 

Born in Louisville.  I attended Western Kentucky University.  Work in the Healthcare Technology field.  Lived in Chapel Hill, NC for 5 years.  

I am a sports fan and enjoy watching college football and basketball.  I play golf.  Mostly with David and my Dad.  

I enjoy traveling (except during a global pandemic).  As a family, we have visited most of the United States via RV.  

One of my bucket list goals is to visit all the Major League Baseball Stadiums.  I also want to visit Alaska and several European countries.  

Tagged Items:

Similar Articles

World Down Syndrome Day 2023- Choose Your Own Adventure

Down Syndrome of Louisville Encourages Community to Celebrate World Down Syndrome Day  The nonprofit is teaming up with local businesses for a weekend-long celebration. To see the complete calendar of events for DSL’s World Down Syndrome Day celebration, see below. Louisville, Ky. (March 15, 2023) ­– Down Syndrome of Louisville (DSL) is celebrating World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD) […]

Read More

2022 DSL Impact Report

Check out our 2022 Impact Report!

Read More

Woodford Reserve/DSL Bottle Pre-Order

Down Syndrome of Louisville and Woodford Reserve have collaborated for a truly unforgettable 2022 Holiday Season! There will be 75 exclusive bottles of Woodford Reserve Distiller’s Select engraved with the Down Syndrome of Louisville logo at two different Evergreen Liquors locations. (150 total!) You can use this form to reserve your bottles ahead of time. By filling […]

Read More

Down Syndrome of Louisville Members Featured in Times Square Video in New York City

Watch WDRB coverage of this event here. Phil Mason, Allen Norton, and Mabelle Holmes helped kick off Down Syndrome Awareness Month in annual National Down Syndrome Society video presentation NEW YORK (Sept. 19, 2022) – Local Down Syndrome of Louisville members Phil Mason, Allen Norton and Mabelle Holmes appeared in the bright lights of Broadway on […]

Read More

Meet our 2022 Annual Award Winners…

Congratulations to our 2022 Award Winners!  Joseph O. Thomas Volunteer Award goes to Tom Round – For extraordinary volunteer service to Down Syndrome of Louisville. “Tom’s son Brady was born in 2021 and he has hit the ground running for us! Videos, photographs, and any other media related content we need he has come through with […]

Read More

#GiveforGoodLou 2022 was GROOVY!

We had a GROOVY #GiveforGoodLou this week and raised $20,320 in less than 24 hours. THANK YOU TO OUR 94 DONORS and OUR GENEROUS $10,000 MATCH! And thank you to the Community Foundation of Louisville for hosting such a wonderful day of giving! We are so grateful to our Kindness Warrior Community!  

Read More

DSL Day at Churchill Downs!

Spend a day at the track celebrating Down Syndrome of Louisville! SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th! Gates open at 11:30 and the first race is at 12:45. Our races are 4,5,6, & 7! You can purchase general admission tickets HERE!

Read More

18 Stories for 18 Stories: River

18 Stories for 18 Stories On October 22nd, dedicated members of our community will be rappelling down 18 stories of the Hyatt Regency of Louisville in support of DSL as a part of Over The Edge 2022. We’re sharing 18 different stories about what DSL means to our members, their loved ones, and our community […]

Read More

18 Stories for 18 Stories: Ankur Chandan

It’s time for another installment of 18 Stories for 18 Stories On October 22nd, dedicated members of our community will be rappelling down 18 stories of the Hyatt Regency of Louisville in support of DSL as a part of Over The Edge 2022. We’re sharing 18 different stories about what DSL means to our members, […]

Read More

18 Stories for 18 Stories: Emily Bush

18 Stories for 18 Stories On October 22nd, dedicated members of our community will be rappelling down 18 stories of the Hyatt Regency of Louisville in support of DSL as a part of Over The Edge 2022. We’re sharing 18 different stories about what DSL means to our members, their loved ones, and our community […]

Read More

DSL Member, Jill Wright, cast in Sister Act the Musical

Congrats to DSL Member, Jill Wright, on being cast in Redline Performing Arts Company’s upcoming production of Sister Act the Musical! “Sister Act is the feel-good musical comedy smash based on the hit 1992 film that has audiences jumping to their feet! Featuring original music by Tony- and eight-time Oscar winner, Alan Menken (Newsies, Beauty […]

Read More

ATTENTION THRILL SEEKERS

You have ONE HUNDRED days until it’s time to go OVER THE EDGE for Down Syndrome of Louisville. – Anyone who raises $1,000 or more gets to send someone Over The Edge of Louisville Hyatt Regency in Downtown Louisville. – If $1500 is raised, you get to wear a GoPro to document the experience. – […]

Read More
Translate our Site »