Date(s) - 06/15/2019
10:00 am-11:30 am
Saturday, June 15, 2019
The City Club of San Diego Proudly Presents:
DANIEL S. MITROVICH – Author of and Speaking on:
“FOREVER AT THE FINISH LINE: THE QUEST TO HONOR NEW YORK CITY MARATHON FOUNDER FRED LEBOW WITH A STATUE IN CENTRAL PARK”
Program & Social Time – 10:00 am
THE COVE – United Methodist Center, 2131 Camino del Rio South, Mission Valley (adjacent to the First United Methodist Church of San Diego), exit I-8 at Texas Street. There is ample free parking.
Cost: $15 Per Person
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org, or, 1-619-235-4041
EVENT SPONSOR: Point Loma Nazarene University
Biographical Brief – Daniel S. Mitrovich
The day that Dan Mitrovich first ran in the New York City Marathon was a day that changed his life.
Upon discovering that Marathon founder, Fred Lebow had cancer, Dan resolved that Fred Lebow should be honored, first, by President George Herbert Walker Bush, and second, that a more permanent tribute should be found to memorialize Mr. Lebow, which led Dan on a remarkable journey, one that resulted, finally, with the placement of a statue of the founder in New York’s Central Park – one that Dad was told would not happen.
President Bill Clinton has written the forward to Dan’s book, which will underscore its significance.
Dan, one of six children both to Jewel and George Mitrovich – he’s number five – grew up in San Diego, where he would find his way to Hollywood, to Disney on Parade, and ultimately to a partnership with Linda Mitrovich in the creation of Solution Strategies, a highly successful consulting firm that works with companies to bridge their differences.