George Goff

George Goff 

62nd LIT Special Guest 

For the 62nd annual LIT, Luther College is pleased to welcome George Goff as this year’s special guest. George Goff has continued his father, Ken Goff’s, legacy with the Regina Boxing Club. Founded in 1949 by Ken, the Regina Boxing Club aims to keep at-risk youth off the streets and away from trouble. In addition to guidance and coaching, the Club compensates all competitor fees including transportation, accommodations, and food to eliminate the financial barriers the competitors might face. Over the years the Boxing Club has been home to national champions, professional champions, and even Olympians.  None of this, however, could be achieved without the dedication, commitment and coaching of George Goff. George Goff is not only an active member within his community, he also holds several prestigious coaching titles: He was Canada’s team leader for the Canadian Olympic Boxing Team in Athens, 2004, and Vice President and President for the Canadian Amateur Boxing Association from 1985 to 1987. Luther College is thrilled to have such a dedicated member of the community for the 62nd LIT.