Sheltering Wings a non-profit company in the Indianapolis mourns the death of their Vice-chairman Greg Hylton.
We are saddened to share about the passing of our board member, Greg Hylton. Greg lived such a tremendous, God-honoring, community-invested, family-valued life.
Sharing the sad news on Facebook was Sheltering Wings “We are a better organization because of him, our mission is stronger and our hearts are forever grateful. Our prayers are with his wife, Terri, and their daughters.”
Greg Hylton was the Vice-Chair and VP Premium Seating & Tickets Sales Indianapolis Colts,
He was a 52-year-old lifelong Brownsburg resident who passed away on Dec. 11 after a battle with a rare form of cancer.
Speaking was Cassie Mecklenburg, the executive director of Sheltering Wings said: “Greg lived such a tremendous, God-honoring, community-invested, family-valued life. We are a better organization because of him, our mission is stronger and our hearts are forever grateful. Our prayers are with his wife, Terri, and their daughters,”.
“He had a quiet strength and engaging personality. He united people and they really wanted to be around him,” she said.
Hylton served on the board of directors at Sheltering Wings for over 10 years. During that time, he served as chairman and vice-chairman of the board. He stepped down in August after his cancer diagnosis.
Greg started his career as a Group Sales Manager in April 1997 to March 1998, before he eventually started a new job in Indianapolis Colts since 1998 as a Director of Ticket Sales, In April 2001 he took up a job as the Director of Ticket Sales & Marketing, presently he is the Vice President Premuim Seating.
Mary Kay Hood…
My heart hurts hearing this news. Greg was a wonderful example of a caring, compassionate member of our community. He was always willing to step up and help those in need. True leadership at its best. Our community has a gaping hole that will be hard to replace.
April Randy Bordeau…
So very sad. Many organizations would have loved and appreciated his leadership, but I remember he sought out the shelter because he wanted to be a part of something that was meaningful. He was kind, generous and had great humor. Heartbreaking. The Bordeau family continues to pray for Terri and their girls.
Amazing Christian leader. i so appreciated his love and dedication for reaching for Christ especially those at tSheltering Wings. prayers for the family and friends!