HNCO's Bill Kahl

HNCO’s Executive Director Bill Kahl (center) poses with members of the first place team from Schoonover Industries: Dave Thomas, Mike Hauenstein, Jeff Alix, and Rob Wash.

ASHLAND — A team from Schoonover Industries won the Hospice of North Central Ohio Golf Scramble on July 29 at Westbrook Country Club.

The first-place team with a score of 56 was Schoonover Industries, consisting of Mike Hauenstein, Rob Wash, Jeff Alix, and Dave Thomas. The second-place team with a score of 57 was Kip’s Krew — Kip Matteson, Tim Bam and Mark Eisel.

Additional awards were handed out to Jim Bowers for the longest putt; Chuck Bauer for the longest drive; and Mark Mickley and Randy Emmons for closest to the pin. Ryan Pfeiffer won the putting contest.

Kip's Krew

HNCO’s Executive Director Bill Kahl (right) poses with the second-place team, Kip’s Krew consisting of (left to right) Jim Baum, Mark Eisel, and Kip Matteson.

All proceeds from the annual outing benefit the patients and families being cared for by Hospice of North Central Ohio. As a non-profit, the organization reinvests any margin gained into the programs and services provided to the community. To that end, MWD Logistics, Inc. was the main sponsor of the event with many others supporting it with sponsorships and donations.

“What an enjoyable day this was for everyone involved,” HNCO’s Executive Director Bill Kahl said. “We are grateful to the many golfers, companies, donors, vendors, and community members who make this event fun and successful.”

Hospice of North Central Ohio serves more than 200 patients and families dealing with chronic or terminal illnesses, and hundreds who are journeying through grief. Please call 800.952.2207 for more information. HNCO is a community partner of United Way.

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