November 16, 2018

Dr. Murray Howe

The man named Gordie Howe – not the hockey player, not the legend, not the living, breathing man – came into focus when his son, Murray, approached the podium to deliver his father’s eulogy.  Unlike his two brothers, Murray Howe failed in in his attempt to follow in his father’s footsteps to become a professional athlete. Yet, his failure brought him to the realization that in truth, his dream wasn’t to be a pro hockey player. His dream was to be his father, Gordie Howe. 

Son of former ‘hockey great’ Gordie Howe
Head of Sports Medicine Imaging 
(Toledo Radiological Associates and
Promedica Health System’s Sports Care Program)
Associate Clinical Professor
(Toledo Medical Center)

Special thanks to our sponsors!

 

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November 17, 2017 guest speaker Neal McDonough.

Together we raised $426,000 net! 

Complete Champions Corporate Reception” is a community business fundraising event held annually in fall featuring celebrities involved in the world of sport.

PURCHASING A TICKET, TABLE OR SPONSORSHIP:

Monies and/or attendance are secured through 1) Sponsorship; 2) Table Sales and; 3) Ticket Sales.

They may be purchased on-line HERE under Single Gift (select Amount, Category, and if designating to a team then also select Optional). You may also purchase tickets by contacting the Spartan Foundation or a TWU Spartan Team.

Thanks to our growing community, here is what we have accomplished to date and our guest speakers:

Year 1 – 2009 we made $24,000 net (Rick Hansen)

Year 2 – 2010 we made $45,000 net (Ryan Walter)

Year 3 – 2011 we made $62,000 net (Peter Legge)

Year 4 -  2012 we made $107,000 net (Martin Rennie)

Year 5 – 2013 we made $121,000 net (Jim Zorn)

Year 6 – 2014 we made $145,000 net (Anthony Calvillo)

Year 7 – 2015 we made $231,000 net (Willie Desjardins)

       Year 8 – 2016 we made $340,000 net (2016 Summer Olympians: Michelle Stilwell, Chaim Schalk, Adam Froese, Catharine Pendrel)

Year 9 – 2017 we made $426,000 net (Neal McDonough)