Loveland, Ohio – The Jack Quehl Foundation – DoItForJack was established in 2022 in loving memory of the beloved son of Tom and Stephanie Quehl, Jack, after his tragic death from fentanyl poisoning. His death was a devastating loss to his family and his many friends.

You are invited for coffee and pastries on Wednesday, May 7 by the DoItfor Jack – Jack Quehl Foundation to learn more about the Foundation, its mission and “the many ways they work to impact the fight against fentanyl.”

May 7th is National Fentanyl Awareness Day and we would love the opportunity to share more about the foundation, and the mostly unknown prevalence of fentanyl in ours, and all communities. This is not an invitation to ask for donations or contributions. The Foundation simply wants the community they live in to know them, be aware of who they are, and understand why they strive to be so visible. Your knowledge alone could contribute to the effort of saving lives that we strive for.

May 7th ~ 8:30-10 am

@ The Building Loveland

116 N Karl Brown Way

Loveland, OH 45140

The Building is a fun and charming private event space located in Historic Loveland, OH. The owners, Annette & Andy Friesner, purchased the Building in 2016 and renovated it to its current glory.

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