Less Than Half Of Our Forty Guests - Back row: Quinn, Gary Fordham, Jason Abraham,
Michael Hupy, Actor and Producer Patrick Kilpatrick, Suzanne Zien, Charlie Fruit, Dave Zien,
Tony Sanfelipo and Greg Rodd. The rest of the gang pictured from left to right: Paul Vita,
Julie Egide, Dave Charlebois, Vicki Sanfelipo, Tiger, Diane Rodd and Teri Beyer.
Every year on the first Friday in May, Harley-Davidson hosts the Black ‘n Blue Ball to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Attorney Jason Abraham, one of the owners of Hupy and Abraham, sits on the committee that organizes the Black ‘n Blue Ball and the law firm purchased four corporate tables, instead of three as in past years.
The 6’2”, 220 lb Kilpatrick owns his own company, Uncommon Dialogue Films, Inc, and has acted in over 120 films, including “Replacement Killers”, “Eraser”, “Last Man Standing” and “Under Siege II”. He also has appeared in a number of TV shows including “Boomtown”, “Las Vegas”, “CSI-Las Vegas” and “24”. For more information on Patrick Kilpatrick or any actor, director, producer or movie, see www.imdb.com
Among the riders at the four Hupy and Abraham tables were ABATE of Wisconsin Executive Director Greg Rodd and his wife Diane, Rescue Riders founder Dean Akey and his wife Eileen, ABATE Milwaukee Region Representative Paul Vita and his wife Lynne, Milwaukee Harley-Davidson dealership owner Chaz Hastings and his wife Laura, A.B.A.T.E. of Illinois, Kishwaukee Chapter member Charlie Fruit and many other local ABATE members and officers.