Golf Tournament 2009

The CPT Brian Faunce Memorial Fund hosted its fifth annual Golf Event and Fundraiser at the Limekiln golf club.   We enjoyed fabulous fall weather and our highest golfer turnout ever – 150 players!  Thank you to everyone for making this day a big success!

Winning Team

First place team: three of the four members.

PSU Team

Penn State team.

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Putting contest.

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On the green.

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Hole sponsors signs.

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Hole in one wins…

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2010 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.

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Brian’s high school buddy Randy Sylvester.

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A gorgeous day on the course.

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Cousins Jon and Frank.

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Prizes galore!

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Holly Brewer, our first CPT Brian Faunce Award winner from 2004, joined us for the event. Here she is with Brian’s sister Samantha working the registration table.

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Brian’s parents Richard and Judy congratulating Dan McFadden, putting contest winner, at the banquet. Dan donated his cash prize back to our Memorial Fund. Thank you Dan!

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Brian’s sister Danielle with his buddy Jay Rivera.

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Sister Samantha with two of Brian’s Army buddies from their Ft. Drum days. Rich Brusselback and Andrew Oliver.

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Our first – Holly Brewer (2005) and most recent – James Carite (2009) award winners from the Penn State Army ROTC program.

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Volunteers: cousins Janell and Melissa Rosania.

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Volunteers: Jeff and DeEtte Riley, friends of Brian’s from his Civil Air Patrol days.

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Thanks to a lot of hard work from many family and friends – another great tournament this year! Our 2009 giveaway – another great hat design from Uncle Rich Sanderson.

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  1. robert J Rice February 12, 2011, 5:43 pm

    I had the honor of meeting CPT Faunce on one occassion in Buffalo NY at my sisters wedding,which he attended with my cousin Cheryl. I spoke with him briefly,but his personality lite up the room,along with the dance floor.i will never be able to grasp the pain my cousin and CPT Faunce’s family has endured.this is a great way to keep his memory alive. Rest in peace CPT Faunce. your memory will live on eternally forever.

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