Meet the Doctor
Learn more about Dr. O'Leary below.
Active in the Scouts
Active in Scouting since a young age; having
attained the rank of Eagle Scout, Dr. O'Leary gives back to the community as a volunteer Den Leader and Scoutmaster for Pack
& Troop 539, Janesville.
Active in the Knights of Columbus
Dr. O'Leary has been active in the Knights of
Columbus, serving in a leadership role as its Grand Knight; here Dr. Kevin sprouted Rabbit ears and led the crowds in our
Easter Egg Hunt at Janesville's Historic Tallman House.
Dr. Kevin has been a Kiwanian
for 20 years and too has held most leadership positions of responsibility. As a Key Advisor he has worked with the Parker High
School Key club and a K-Kids advisor at Madison elementary school. Currently he is the Scholarship chairman for his Kiwanis
club. He has been honored with acceptance into the Kiwanis Leadership Society and in the fall of 2013 received the Walter
Zeller Fellowship Medallion bestowed upon him by his club for his many years of service. Here he volunteers with his kids Ringing Bells for the Salvation Army.
Active in His Community
Dr. Kevin was the Secretary of a business
group, Westgate Corridor, for 5 years, acting as its Secretary. The group, under Dr. Kevin's guidance has created the Westgate
Block Party. A free event to the community in Bond Park with games, give a ways, music and FIREWORKS! The community of
Janesville gets involved: The high school band plays, cheerleaders showcase their talents, Janesville Police demonstrate SWAT
tactics, Janesville Fire Department showcases their trucks and emergency response vehicles, Boy Scouts lower and ceremoniously
fold the flag for the crowd, DECA sells glow in the dark bracelets, and local PTAs sell cookies and slushies all to aide their
kids and associations. The Knights Council #9230 use the event to host a picnic for themselves and families.
16:49, a Beloit Film Festival movie, inspired Dr. Kevin and the Westgate Corridor group to gather goods for the homeless
students of Janesville. That spawned two $500 scholarships one to Blackhawk Technical College and another to UW-Rock County
systems for homeless students to access. The scholarships have been funded for three years now from the proceeds of the
Westgate Block Party.