Richard Quick Memorial Fund
 

Miami Beach, FL (ARLUCK PROMOTIONS) June 10, 2009 - The Richard Quick Memorial Fund has been established by his family for those who choose to honor his life by making a donation. Coach Richard Quick passed away on Wednesday, June 10, 2009 from Glioblastoma Multiforme, the most common and agressive form of malignant brain cancer.

Contributions to the Richard Quick Memorial Fund will be divided and distributed equally to three causes by Greg Bland, Pastor at Pedernales River Fellowship Church in Austin, TX.

  • United Methodist Church: Supporting people in need in Auburn, Alabama.
  • Pedernales River Fellowship Church: Supporting people in need in Austin, Texas.
  • Love-N-Care Ministries: The Love-N-Care Ministries runs three Children's Homes in India, providing food, clothing, shelter, education, and love to over 300 children. Richard and his widow June, traveled to the orphanages in India in 2007.

Checks should be made to: Richard Quick Memorial Fund

Please send all donations to:
Pedernales River Fellowship Church
C/O Richard Quick Memorial Fund
22800 Highway 71 West
Spicewood, TX 78669

For more information please contact Arluck Promotions (786) 837-6880.

The memorial services are tentatively planned for Friday, June 19th in Austin, Texas. Please contact Arluck Promotions at (786) 837-6880 for more details on the service or further information on Quick.

 

 

May 24-29
Session I
May 31-June 5
Session II
June 7-12
Session III
June 14-19
Session IV
         
 

Accolades
Six-time Olympic Coach
Coached 12 NCAA Championship Teams
Five-Time NCAA Coach of the Year
Four-Time Pac-10 Coach of the Year
Southwest Conference Coach of the Year Award

 
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