WHEN: Saturday August 22, 2015
All proceeds will benefit “Impact a Hero” - Impact Player Partners is a nonprofit organization consisting of business leaders, athletes, entertainers and sports franchises dedicated to providing continuous emotional, career and financial support to American military personnel who are severely injured or disabled due to serving all Americans in the War on Terror. For More Information about Impact a Hero, go to Impact Player Partners.
If you know of a local hero that should be recognized at the next event, contact us.
The police escorted ride will leave the Fairfield Community Center at 1:00 pm sharp. We will head to a mid-point stop at Hueston Woods. Mid-point stop will last approximately 45 mins. The ride will then return to the Fairfield Community Center. The ride route will be posted shortly.
WHERE: Fairfield Community Arts Center
411 Wessel Dr • Fairfield, OH 45014
COST: $25/bike • $5/passenger
Each registered bike (passenger fee does not include a free shirt) will receive one (1) free ride shirt with
When ordering a 3XL or above an additional fee will apply.
The City of Fairfield Fire & Parks Department • Anthony Castelli Attorney at Law • Sharefax Credit Union, Inc. • Ison Management • Trenton Tactical
USO Tribute Cincinnati
It is with a heavy heart that we notify all of you that we lost a long time Hero's Ride Committee member to a long battle with cancer. Jim Geiger participated for many years with our event and was a great friend to many. He will be greatly missed.
For the second year in a row, IAH has included a trip to the Hero's Ride as part of their silent
auction. This year Steve & Mistie Koinm will be joining the ride all the way from Houston, TX.
Be sure to give them a big Ohio welcome!
Steve and Mistie have been married for over 26 years and have three children all in college at the
same time (YIKES!). They live in Houston, TX where they have been for the last 21 years.
Steve currently works as a Pre-Sales Consultant for Oracle where he helps companies improve
their IT infrastructures. He spends a lot of time traveling around Texas for his work to places
like San Antonio, Austin, and Dallas and rides his Harley Davidson Electra Glide on most of
those trips logging 20,000+ miles per year. Previously Steve and Mistie were self-employed
in their own consulting and services business for about eight years and Mistie still keeps some of that business (as well as a busy household) operating. Their oldest child, Savannah, is a Senior at SFA but left there for a bit to get her certification as an Occupational Therapy Assistant and then plans to then finish up her Bachelor’s in Speech Pathology. Their son, Rocky, is starting at Oklahoma State University (both Steve and Mistie’s Alma Mater, Go Pokes!) in the Fall of 2015 pursuing a degree in Fire Protection and Safety Engineering Technology. Their youngest, Jessamine, tested out of her Senior year of High School and got a head start on college. By the end of this year she will have taken all she can at the local college and will be transferring to East Central University in Oklahoma to continue her studies in Psychology.
Steve and Mistie attend Bear Creek United Methodist Church and have been involved with Impact a Hero since 2006 when one of the kids from the Youth Group, Casey Owens, was injured and introduced the Church to this wonderful group that had been helping him out. Since then, they have helped out Bear Creek United Methodist Church with their annual charity golf tournament that supports Impact a Hero, Warrior Benefit Clay Shoot that also supports Impact a Hero, and the annual Impact a Hero Gala where Steve is the AV coordinator. They participate in regularly in rides that support our Veterans and Wounded Heroes including being members of and and riding regularly with the Patriot Guard. They are so thankful for these young men and women that serve our country and look forward to adding the Hero’s Ride to their growing list of ways they can help Impact a Hero and make sure that no one is left behind.