The Rob Millisor Heart Health Walk

Rob Millisor



Our heartfelt gratitude, thanks and appreciation to all who walked and ran in Rob Millisor’s honor. 

We had a GRAND turnout this year with 711 participants (not a final number) with 59 runners, 36 dogs, 15 virtual walkers, and 601 walkers. We exceeded our goal of $150,000 thanks to all of you! We are currently sitting at $158,688 in revenue that will go directly to The Rob Millisor Heart Health Fund at The Summit Foundation to support heart health programs, education and research. Thank you for paying tribute and for carrying on Rob’s legacy of supporting and helping others.

Our donation site is still open. Thank you again for the overwhelming support!

Click below to view the results of Robbie’s Run.

The Heart Health Walk was established in memory of Rob Millisor, one of the owner/developers of Breckenridge Grand Vacations. In October of 2015, Rob was on a humanitarian trip to the earthquake stricken area of Langtang, Nepal when he suffered a fatal heart attack. Rob was very physically fit and unaware of any health issues. With the support from Breckenridge Grand Vacations, 100% of every dollar received at this event will be contributed to The Rob Millisor Heart Health Fund at The Summit Foundation to support heart health programs, education and research.

In 2016, more than 1,000 people and dogs participated in the walk and over $200,000 was raised for The Rob Millisor Heart Health Fund. Since last summer, several heart health programs have been supported with the event proceeds. Starting last February and continuing in May and June, St. Anthony Summit Medical Center is offering free, monthly heart health screening events in the community. Colorado Mountain College taught heart healthy cooking classes, with more to follow this summer, and the Keystone Science School received support for the CATCH (Coordinated Approach to Child Health) Afterschool Program. The CATCH program is designed to promote healthy physical activity and eating behaviors in children. Lastly, a recent grant to Summit Medical Center will be used to purchase an annual supply of Infant CPR Anytime kits. The kits teach lifesaving infant CPR and choking relief skills and will be given to the parents of every baby born at the hospital over the next year.

For more information, please contact Deb Edwards.

Phone: 970-547-8748 | Email:

Presenting Sponsors

Breckenridge Grand Vacations

BGV Gives

Silver Heart

Griffis Residential

Amy, Claire and Grady Millisor

Mike and Mary Jo Millisor Family Fund

matthew stais architects

Bronze Heart

Binge, Davis, Doran, Frank, Liner, Tramontana and Vietti Families

Breckenridge Restaraunt Association

Capital One

Colorado Mountain Cleaners

Colorado Premier Resort Properties

Egerton, Manley and Moorefield Families

High Country Healthcare


Dr. Warren and Becky Johnson

Mountain Pride Cleaning and Restoration, Inc.

Nordis Technologies

PCL Construction Services Inc.

St. Anthony Summit Medical Center

Big Heart

Colorado Mountain Cleaners

Concord Servicing Corporation

High Country DJ

Howard Head Sports Medicine

John and Elizabeth Palmquist

Sikich, LLP

Vail ♦ Summit Orthopaedics

Food & Beverage Sponsors

Colorado Restaurant Association     Starbucks