During the Grand View Hospital Auxiliary’s 41st Annual Golf Tournament at the Indian Valley Country Club on Friday, August 1, they raised more than $30,000 to support Grand View Hospital. The tournament, jointly sponsored by Univest and Sodexo, hosted 131 golfers including business professionals, physicians, employees, friends and supporters of Grand View Hospital. The tournament was called around 4:30 p.m. when thunder was heard, but this did not diminish the spirits of the golfers who were content to complete 12 holes.
The tournament’s winning foursome was Dennis Schlosser, Eric Murphy, Charles Zimmerman and Greg Shelly. Participants enjoyed a hearty luncheon, delicious dinner buffet and the very popular apple dumplings!
Auxilian and event chair, Martha Otto, said, “Despite the weather, our golfers had a great time. They really are the best! We thank our many sponsors and patrons for their continued support in helping the auxiliary raise money to support Grand View Hospital.”
The Auxiliary supports Grand View’s efforts throughout the community by promoting good health practices and raising funds that help the hospital continue its mission of making quality healthcare available to area residents. For more information about these and other events and how to get involved, call the auxiliary at 215-453-4381 or visit www.gvh.org.
Photo caption (left to right): Doug Pett, Grand View Hospital’s director of engineering; Mark Horne, SVP and chief operating officer at Grand View Hospital; Martha Otto, auxiliary golf tournament chair; Tom Pitucci, Cascades Construction; and John Olszewski, senior director of corporate compliance at Grand View Hospital.
About Grand View Hospital
Grand View Hospital, Bucks County’s first hospital, has provided residents of Bucks and Montgomery counties with comprehensive healthcare services since 1913. Now a century strong, Grand View offers a range of inpatient and outpatient care—particularly emphasizing the areas of surgery and orthopaedics, women’s and children’s health, heart and vascular care, and cancer treatment. For more information about services and programs, visit www.gvh.org.