Patrons of Medellin Living

In March 2014, Medellin Living began appealing to readers for support through Patreon, a new platform to help artists and “creators” fund their work.

We’d like to thank the following patrons for their support of Medellin Living:

  • Anonymous
  • Christopher
  • Svein Andersen
  • Dan Anderson
  • Andres
  • Sara Andresen
  • John Bade
  • Philip Beere
  • Linn and Carol Biggs
  • Richard Bonn
  • Bernard Boykins
  • Douglas Breden
  • Dan Burrows
  • Christopher Campbell
  • Philip Carney
  • Marc Cohiba
  • Ben Damon
  • Phyl Doppelt
  • Barbara Tuan Yo Dove
  • William Droke
  • Scott Eber
  • Conrad Egusa
  • Robert Eshelman
  • Matthew Harrell
  • Blaine Harrison
  • Michael Helmick
  • Lawrence Kelly
  • David Kinn
  • Kelly Knape
  • Charlie Kulkarni
  • Stan Larson
  • Aldrin Leal
  • Dan Linden
  • Nelson Manzano
  • Randall Martin
  • Jamie McBrady
  • Gigi Meyer
  • Peter Monzolai
  • Daniel Motta
  • Michael Moore
  • Jason Morgan
  • Michael Morton
  • Michael Nedwick
  • Janet Oates
  • Thomas O’Donnell
  • Ron Reighter
  • Ricardo Rivera
  • Stan Ross
  • Christopher Schonning
  • Stephen Schreck
  • Martha Scofield
  • Ralph Sell
  • Coutenay Strickland
  • Brian Symes
  • Tony T’Kach
  • Jim Tetzlaff
  • Thomas Towle
  • Eric and Karen of Trans-Americas Journey
  • Dale Woltmann

To learn how to become a patron of Medellin Living, and receive special gifts in return, visit our Patreon page.


List updated monthly. Last update: April 5, 2017


  1. Medellin first week of July. We would like to meet with expats that have been living,, working in Medellin. Share your adventure with us. Do you know of any other meetings or events where we can meet expats?

  2. James Staub says:

    are there tennis courts in Medellin??where? cost?

    • Hi James,

      I am aware of tennis courts that can be seen from the Universidad metro station. The place is named Club Academia De Tenis El Bosque located at address Cr65 #98-50. They have forgiving clay courts that I have heard are well maintained.

  3. Can you rent a home long term ? And about how much does it coast?

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