SpiriTrust Lutheran® is proud to honor Bill and Kim Kerlin with the prestigious 2017 Cornerstone Award. The award will be presented at the 14th Annual SpiriTrust Lutheran Cornerstone Dinner on Thursday, April 6 at the Wyndham Garden Hotel in York. The award celebrates philanthropy by recognizing the exceptional generosity of individuals and families to their community through direct charitable support, leadership and volunteer service.
“We are honored to be receiving this award,” said Bill Kerlin. “Supporting local charities to create a more vibrant York County is near and dear to our hearts.”
Bill and Kim Kerlin are community pillars who have served many local organizations with their time, talent and treasure. Bill was encouraged to get involved in the community through his employer, The Graham Group. Bill and Kim first became involved in the community to make York a stronger and more vibrant community for their employees, family and friends. They were exposed to other leaders and were inspired by their warm and generous spirit. Their collective involvement has made a positive impact on the York community and exemplifies the mission of SpiriTrust Lutheran.
“Since the inception of the Cornerstone Dinner 14 years ago, we always have endeavored to identify the best examples of philanthropy through charitable giving and service in the York community. Bill and Kim Kerlin are a shining example of such a tradition,” said Glenn Miller, vice president of External Relations at SpiriTrust Lutheran and CEO of the SpiriTrust Lutheran Foundation. “Their continued commitment to community, specifically the York community, is a value we strive to acknowledge with the Cornerstone Award.”
In 2016, SpiriTrust Lutheran provided more than $400,000 in benevolent care in York County through Deaf Connections, Domestic Abuse Solutions, Financial Education & Coaching, Senior Companion Program, Stephen Ministry, Touch-a-Life and Volunteer Income Tax Assistance.
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