27th Annual Lanigan, Ryan, Malcolm & Doyle Golf for Charity Tournament

May 20, 2019

On Monday, May 6, 2019, Lanigan Ryan held its 27th Annual Golf for Charity tournament benefiting HEROES, Inc. and Manna Food Center. Thanks to the generous support of participants, sponsors, and donors, the tournament raised over $10,000 for the two charities. Honored guests of the event included HEROES, Inc. President and CEO Jack Nichols, as well as Manna Food Center CEO Jackie DeCarlo, both of whom were able to speak to the group about their respective organization’s mission and success stories.

Congratulations to this year’s contest and tournament winners:

Closest to the Pin
• Hole #5 – Mark Cronin tied with Steve Spencer (2’2″)
• Hole #7 – Corey McCarthy (3’11”)
• Hole #13 – Ray Butchko (20’4″)
• Hole #17 –Reed Van Orsdel (3’5″)

Longest Drive
• Hole #1 – Matt Reidy
• Hole #6 – Matt Reidy
• Hole #10 – Cullen O’Donnell
• Hole #11 – Jill Burk

Putting Contest
• Erik Fromm
• Chris Rockwell
• Brad Garner
• Reed Van Orsdel

Chipping Contest
• Gerry Nowak
• Dan Nowak
• Jeff Kawamoto
• Michael Youngblut

Low Team – 56
• Erik Fromm
• Chris Rockwell
• Brad Garner
• Reed Van Orsdel

2nd Low Team – 59
• Joe Durham
• Brad Rodier
• Matt Reidy
• Adam Wagner

3rd Low Team – 60
• Tom Ranson
• Steve Davis
• Tim Funkhouser
• Adam Deal

More About This Year’s Beneficiaries:

HEROES, Inc. is dedicated to aiding the families of law enforcement officers and firefighters who have died in the line of duty in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. HEROES achieves their mission by providing immediate financial assistance to ensure housing and other basic needs are met. Through their scholarship program, the college tuition, room and board, and books for the children of fallen heroes are paid in full. In addition, HEROES arranges for free financial and legal advice. To learn more about HEROES, Inc., visit heroes.org.

Manna Food Center is committed to ending hunger in Montgomery County, Maryland. Manna does this through community programs such as “Food for Families”, the “Smart Sacks” program aimed at feeding school-age children over the weekend, and community food education services. They are devoted to local food rescue efforts and partnering with local farmers and farmers markets to provide healthy food to our neighbors in need. To learn more about Manna Food Center, visit mannafood.org.


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