Feed a Family Foundation, Inc. holds in memory the following individuals who have demonstrated generosity, sacrifice, and a spirit of giving which will never be forgotten.
June 2, 1918 - August 8, 2009
Jeanette was the inspiration for Feed A Family Foundation, Inc. In 2004, she had an idea to host a ladies luncheon where each person to brought an item from home to “auction off”. Everyone bid on the items and the money raised purchased dinners for a few needy families. She hosted the next several auctions at her home until the cause outgrew it. Jeanette was named the 2009 annual honoree.
d. July 21, 2009
Kerry, store manager of Publix Supermarkets in Rockledge, was a key sponsor to Feed A Family Foundation, Inc. He coordinated dinner preparation and pickup and also selflessly made a personal contribution annually. For his commitment to the cause and selflessness, Kerry was named the 2009 annual honoree.
July 4, 1946 - March 9, 2011
Thomas, a resident of Brevard County, was a colonel for the United States Army Corp of Engineers. His wife, June, was an active supporter of Feed A Family Foundation, Inc. for many years. Thomas lived a life of leadership and service and in turn, he was named the 2011 annual honoree.
October 30, 1990 - October 15, 2012
Meme, a resident of Booneville, North Carolina, was an inspirational young woman whose life ended all too soon as a result of ovarian cancer. Meme had a spirit that lit up a room. She lived life to the fullest and had a heart of an angel and the fight of a warrior. Meme was named the 2012 annual honoree.
January 15, 1968 - July 10, 2014
Penny, a resident of Brevard County, was a dear friend and supporter of the Feed A Family Foundation, Inc. Known to many for her angelic opera voice and incredible ability to make people laugh, she had a big personality and even bigger heart. Penny was named the 2014 annual honoree.
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