8th Annual Seabury Charitable Foundation Golf Tournament - A Resounding Success

Avon, CT - The 8th Annual Seabury Charitable Foundation Golf Tournament took place on Tuesday, September 27, at Blue Fox Run golf course, a new home for the event. This year’s tournament was especially poignant as it honored the memory of Seabury EVP and CEO John S. Mobley, the first and only CEO at Seabury during its twenty-year history. Once again, NBC 30 meteorologist Bob Maxon, a close friend and neighbor of John, served as the guest emcee. By early afternoon, morning haze had lifted and provided a splendid day for golf.

Our 8th Annual Tournament was a marvelous success, raising more than $42,000 for the Seabury Charitable Foundation. The funds will be used to provide benevolent support (financial assistance to live at Seabury) to resident seniors who have exhausted their financial resources through no fault of their own. In the Foundation's fifteen years, it has provided more than 1.7 million in benevolent support to qualified seniors.

Nearly 100 golfers and guests, community business partners, residents and staff members participated in the tournament via golfing, sponsorships or by contributing items towards the silent auction. Golden ticket items proved very exciting and raised a hefty sum, as did the live auction of the Personal Chef Dinner for eight, hosted by Seabury’s executive Chef Ken Cassella, which was so popular that three bidders all paid top dollar for the experience.

Winners for the low gross score are as follows:
1st place, the team of Halligan/Burr/Dominguez/Eilers. (56)
2nd place, the team of Giroux/Robinson/Zener and guest. (61)
3rd place, the team of Hughes/Kaloides/Mike/Carlson. (61)

Winners for the low net score are as follows:
1st place, the team of Obrien/Fournier/Decapug/McCarthy. (50.9)
2nd place, the team of Slodosky/Geitz/Jacobs/Zern. (52)
3rd place, the team of Guinta/Foligno and two guests. (54)

The winners of the longest drive were (men) Nate Walton and (women) Terry Boulton. The winners of the closest to the pin drive were (men) John Taylor at 6’11” and (women) Terry Boulton at 34’9”.

The winners of the putting tournament as run by resident Jim Trail were as follows:
1st place, Dave Swicker
2nd place, Fred McClafferty
3rd place, Jean Broders

Seabury wishes to offer their sincere gratitude for the unwavering dedication of all sponsors, donors and volunteers who helped make the 8th Annual Seabury Charitable Foundation Golf Tournament a resounding success, including;
Gold Sponsor
Webster Bank

Silver Sponsors
Ovation Benefits
Action Flooring
Brown and Brown of CT
Pennwood Contracting Co
ConnectiCare
Sayadoff & Co
Pullman and Comley, LLC

Corporate Sponsors
BlumShapiro
Allen Molin Landscaping
TD Bank
Barlett Brainard Eacott LLC
Murtha Cullina LLP
 

We are committed to meeting the physical, spiritual and emotional needs of the people we serve by providing services, accommodations, and resources that will assure the highest quality of life for residents, clients and employees through a philosophy of "Wellness, Compassion and Assistance." We are committed to enabling people to lead their lives fully with dignity and joy by the use of resources available to us according to the highest level of good stewardship. We shall make every effort to furnish financial assistance when needed to assure use of our facilities and services. We are committed to carrying out our purpose, by fully accepting God's love and all that means both for us and all whom we serve.