All In For Skin

Let’s put an end to Melanoma world-wide!

About Kevin S. Anderson
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Kevin was born on September 29, 1964, in Kansas City, Missouri.

As a boy he was on the swim team and baseball team and

enjoyed life with his big family. He graduated from Barstow and

was the class valedictorian and editor of the B-line. He attended

USC, Berkeley, and the University of Kansas. Kevin was the

president of Anderson Metals. He was on the board of UMB Bank

and a member of the American Hardware Manufacturers Association,

Mid-America Hardware Group, and many other organizations.

Kevin knew what was important in life and enjoyed life to its fullest. We will always remember his sense of humor and his contagious laughter. Kevin was well versed on any subject. To put it mildly… he was brilliant! His interests included current events, politics, science and outer space. Kevin took pleasure in traveling, reading, fishing and a variety of other activities. He was competitive and always gave one hundred percent. Two hobbies Kevin enjoyed with his family and friends were playing cards and golfing. He loved his wife and kids, and is dearly missed by all.

About the Scholarship Process                                                        CLICK HERE for an Application

Money raised at All In For Skin will go toward funding three College Scholarships in memory of Kevin S. Anderson. Any Kansas or Missouri high school senior or college student who has had an immediate family member diagnosed with Melanoma Cancer and who can show evidence of scholastic ability and leadership qualities is eligible to apply for the AIFS College Scholarship. This scholarship is to be used at any accredited post-high school institution or four-year college of his or her choice.

Our goal is to award College Scholarships of up to $5,000 each in value. Quantities and amounts may vary based upon the net proceeds received from the AIFS Golf and Texas Hold'em Tournaments. Criteria for the scholarship winners will be based on high school GPA, ACT or SAT scores, extra-curricular activities, unusual circumstances and a written essay.