Steven (Tank) East

Alumni Boxer Steven “Tank” East is the CEO/President of Caring People Home Heathcare based in West Palm Beach, Florida. His company is a leading provider of healthcare services and technology to seniors and has a history of FFC support.Steven is member of Gerontology Professionals of NY (GPNY), the Senior Umbrella Network, Case Management Society of Long Island. Alz Resource Center, Alzheimer Association and the Senior with Animals Project.

He participated as a Charity Boxer in the 2013 FFC Main Event. “My company is very active in the community. Putting on the gloves again as a charity boxer is a very challenging and satisfying way to support charitable institutions within the community that have been very generous to Caring People. It’s a unique opportunity for me to do something both self-fulfilling as well as benevolent while networking and working with a fantastic group of individuals,” Steven said.

Steven has BA in Business Management.  He lives in Palm Beach, Florida and has four children with #5 on the way.

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