Business As Usual For The Landows
If there is one thing that can be said with certainty, it’s that Oliver Landow truly cares about helping people.
He strives to serve and support customers on a daily basis as ENA’s National Customer Services Director, but it doesn’t stop at work. Recently, Oliver and his wife Ali were both recognized for their long-time support of the The Children’s Home (TCH) and were made FACES Honorary Chairpersons for the next event in October, “The Process of Recycling Our Lives.”
Oliver has participated in a number of volunteer programs, such as Big Brother, over the years, and he is now very involved with TCH, which Ali and their son Zack are both involved in as well. TCH residents have been able to enjoy football and baseball games, going bowling, swimming, etc., because of Oliver, Ali and Zack’s dedication to the program.
Two years ago, another tradition was started. The Landows started renting the Columbia ice rink to give the kids a holiday ice-skating party. Zack, a hockey player, and his team, the Huskies, give skating lessons at the occasion, an event that also includes pizza, ice cream and even hockey jerseys the kids can keep!
Ice Skating Day has become a fond TCH holiday tradition, and the kids look forward to it every year.
Join me in recognizing Oliver and his family’s commitment to making the lives they touch that much better!