Seventeenth Annual A.O. Fox Golf Classic Raises $28,000

A.O. Fox Hospital

July 11, 2016

2016 Golf Outing Honorees.jpgThe Fox Hospital Foundation hosted its 17th Annual Golf Classic at Oneonta Country Club on June 6 and more than 70 donors and 132 golfers participated. Thanks to the generosity of sponsors, golfers and guests, the foundation raised $28,000. Proceeds from the event will support the purchase of 3D digital mammography equipment, allowing Fox to offer the latest technology at the hospital and FoxCare Center.

The Fox mammography team was designated as this year’s honorary recipient of the Sid Levine Award and included mammographers, radiologists and breast surgeons at Fox, who are known for their tireless work ethic and commitment to providing the best possible care to patients in the community. Other awards and prizes were presented following an early evening buffet prepared by the Round House Pub and Grill.

Overall winners with a low net score of 52 were the foursome of Frank Liberati, Mitchel Couch, Dallas Gedney and Darryl Lincoln, who will have their names engraved on the Doc Lusins Cup. Prizes were also awarded for longest drives, straightest drives, closest to the pin and the putting contest.

Photo caption:
Members of the Fox mammography team, from left, Erin Stickle, radiologic technologist; Jodi Decker, MRI technologist; Tammy Shaver, radiologic technologist; Nancy Smalley, radiologic technologist; Bonnie Bowie, administrative director of medical imaging and cardiology; Dr. Lois Sastic, general surgeon, specialist in breast and reconstructive breast surgery;  and Dr. James McChesney, radiologist, were presented with the honorary tournament plaque by Fox Hospital President Jeff Joyner and Sarah Abbatine, fundraising coordinator

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