PFHC Golf 2019 - Our Winners!

Postponed by June rainstorms, the PFHC 10th Annual Golf Outing teed up on Monday, August 26th, and all agreed it was well worth the wait! Held at the challenging Navesink Country Club in Middletown, this year’s golfers enjoyed a glorious day of sunshine, great food, and wonderful camaraderie. Tournament winners included the event’s honoree, John F. Lloyd, Retired Co-CEO at Hackensack Meridian, along with his partners Maureen Lloyd, and Peter and Dale Wegener, who all together won 1st Place for Mixed Foursome.

1st Place - Mixed - John Lloyd, Maureen Lloyd, Dale Wegener and Peter Wegener

1st Place - Mixed - John Lloyd, Maureen Lloyd, Dale Wegener and Peter Wegener

Other event winners included:

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1st Place - Women - Mary White, Robin Fitzmaurice, Chris D’Onofrio, Ginny Mazza

2nd Place – Women - Kelli O’Brien, Stephanie Reynolds, Sheila Hientze, Ceilie Reynolds

3rd Place – Women - Gina Petillo, Lillian Bertoldo, Sue Dahabsu, Carol Flis

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1st Place - Men - John Pouso, Juan Pouso, (Kathy Pouso), David Callaway Sr., Hank Callaway

2nd Place - Men - Qasim Husain, Peter Roselle, Steven Lisser, Steven Scopellite

3rd Place - Men - Jay Cosgrove, Mark Baraschio, Mark Feaster, Matt Feaster

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Closest to the Line winners were David Mackey for the men, pictured here with Tournament Co-Chair Bill Alcaro (far left), and Ingrid Tyler for the women.

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Longest Drive winners were Ceilie Reynolds for the women and John Pouso, Jr. for the men.

Closest to the Pin Winner  - David Callaway

Closest to the Pin Winner - David Callaway

Additional tournament winners were Kelly Enstrom for the Putting Contest, Marc Feaster for Pot of Gold #3 and Charlie Parton for Pot of Gold #17.

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Along with the awards ceremonies for the day’s winners, a special plaque was presented to Sam Chevalier by PFHC Board Co-Chair John Horl for Sam’s wife, Elinor Chevalier, in memoriam, who was instrumental in financing the Parker Family Health Center from its earliest days.

Jeanne Wagner