Your contribution, no matter what the amount, supports the HCHC educational and spiritual
experience that we cherish and we hope you cherish as well.
During our time and studies at HCHC, many can recall receiving scholarships to help ease the financial difficulties of being students in the undergraduate or graduate programs. We now can make that same positive impact on the current students who need financial support.
Recently we lost a member of our class, Dr. Harry Kimon Voyages, to COVID-19. To honor his memory, and to honor the memory of all of our schoolmates who have fallen asleep in the Lord, the HCHC ZOOM Schoolmates of the 1960’s and 70’s has established the Dr. Harry Kimon Voyages COVID-19 Memorial Grant.
Your gift toward this grant will be a blessing to our future fellow alumni so that they may develop their talents. The need for financial aid hasn’t changed much over the years, so please consider helping out today. All gifts make a difference!
Dr. Harry Kimon Voyages entered Hellenic College in 1967 and culminates in 1971 when he transferred to the Columbia School of Chiropractic in New York, N.Y., where he received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree.
Dr. Voyages relocated to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where he met his future wife Mindy, who is the mother of his son Kimon and daughter Tara. Dr. Harry had 3 wonderful grandchildren including Kayden (girl) and Tristen (boy) from Tara and her husband Trey; along with Anastasia (girl) from Kimon and his wife Antoinetta. He was a devoted husband, adoring father and loving grandfather. His Orthodox faith was important to him and always put his family first.
Dr. Voyages’ father was also a chiropractor. He also had one younger sibling, a brother Dane (Eleutherios), who also became a chiropractor. Dr. Voyages practiced chiropractic his entire professional career in Fort Lauderdale, Florida beginning 1974 until his departure due to the pandemic COVID-19 on New Year’s Eve ‘2020. His practice was renowned in Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Harry Kimon Voyages was highly regarded as both a tremendous service to his patients and to the community at large.