Welcome to Sean “Kelevra” Dreznin’s Iron Phi page!

Welcome to Sean “Kelevra” Dreznin’s Iron Phi page!

In 2010, I became IronPhi #23, a proud honor for me as I balanced work, training for my first ever Half Ironman & fund raising and achieved all my goals, which is pretty cool! –

2011 St. Anthony's Triathlon pic

The mission of Iron Phi is to strengthen the Phi Delta Theta International Fraternity and the impact it has on the fight against Lou Gehrig’s disease through the fundraising and athletic efforts of its members. Lou Gehrig was a member of Phi Delta Theta, and our organization has taken an active role in finding a cure.

The net proceeds will support ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) research, education, screening and treatment. It will also help strengthen an organization (Phi Delta Theta) that has had a lasting impact on my life.

In 2011, I will be competing in my 2nd Half Ironman in Augusta, GA in September and my First Full Ironman in Florida in November (140.6 miles!)

2010 Austin, TX Ironman 70.3

According to The ALS Association’s web site, approximately 5,600 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with ALS each year. It is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. Motor neurons reach from the brain to the spinal cord and from the spinal cord to the muscles throughout the body. The progressive degeneration of the motor neurons in ALS eventually leads to their death. That’s why I’m becoming an Iron Phi. To do something bold about Lou Gehrig’s disease.

I’ve set my personal goal at $2,500.00, as last year I raised $1,081 so this year I only need to raise $1,419. So I am asking for your support. Would you please consider making a donation of $50.00 or larger? You can make a donation by visiting, http://www.tinyurl.com/3mu7ues . You can also send a check to Iron Phi to me at (850 South Tamiami Trail, #325, Sarasota, FL 34236) if you’d rather donate that way.

I hope that you’ll share this incredible adventure with me – by supporting me in my fundraising efforts. <—- (Click here for website)

I felt honored and humbled in so many ways by the amount of support I received in my fund raising efforts and motivating comments from friends, family and supporters. I will need to hear those kind words again as this year’s goals are stout!

I will also be raising funds this year to honor 2 fallen Phi’s. Both of which played a part in who I am today and not only were my friends, but sons and fathers and brothers to many.

R.I.P. – Michael Bertino

R.I.P. – Jason Moore

2011 St. Anthony's Triathlon picture

Thank you in advance for your generosity and uplifting words.

Mahalo,

Sean Dreznin

FL EP

#694

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8 responses to “Welcome to Sean “Kelevra” Dreznin’s Iron Phi page!

  1. Wanted to give Thanks where it is due!

    @ George Kruse
    @ David Olivieri
    @ Jody Sayre
    @ Brian & Pauline Gent
    @ Neal & Jennifer Dreznin

    I would love nothing more then to receive some support from some Phi Delt brothers!
    I’ll be reaching out in addition to the emails & facebook, soon.
    Thank you,
    Sean

  2. A sincere thanks to Brother David Lichtenfels #21 FL EP for his donation.

  3. A shout out to Brother Justin Wilmas for his donation! YITB! BIOYA!

  4. A big Thank you to Steve & Traci Cavanaugh for their generous donation!

  5. A major Thank You to Sandy & Larry Berberich who for the second consecutive year, donated without a second thought. It means the world to me, that you don’t even hesitate. Thank you.

  6. A huge ‘THANKS’ & ‘MAHALO’ to The Goldberg’s & The Schoenberger’s who each generously donated $50. I am humbled by your kindness!! Thank you!

  7. Major Thanks to Terry & Cheryl Mollan for their generous donation! I am motivated to work harder in light of your kindness and generosity!

  8. Shout out to Fraternal Brother Derek Parlee for getting my back and dropping a generous donation! I know Jay is looking at us and wants us to live strong & dominate!

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