Pathways Hospice's 3rd Annual Links to the Heart Golf Tournament a Resounding Success

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Pathways Home Health and Hospice celebrated the success of its 3rd Annual Links to the Heart Golf Tournament. A full field of golfers came out to support hospice and home health care in the San Francisco Bay Area and enjoy a day at Stanford University Golf Course.

Matt Tanzi of U.S. Bank wins the Putting Contest and a Callaway XR Men's Driver

“We were delighted to see so many community supporters and friends, old and new, come out to play golf to support Pathways patients and their families.

Pathways Home Health & Hospice celebrated the success of its 3rd Annual Links to the Heart Golf Tournament, which was held on July 13, 2015. A full field of golfers came out to support hospice and home health care in the San Francisco Bay Area and enjoy a day on the acclaimed Stanford University Golf Course.

Gunilla and Tom Follett of Los Altos were specially honored for their three years of extraordinary service as tournament co-chairs, taking a vision and dream and realizing a golf tournament for Pathways.

“We were delighted to see so many community supporters and friends, old and new, come out to play golf to support Pathways patients and their families,” said Sandra Coolidge, Vice President of Philanthropy at Pathways. “Pathways is grateful for the support of our sponsors, the event committee, and players. This support enables Pathways to be there for our patients and families when they need us. We also appreciate the assistance of the staff of Stanford University Golf Course, headed by LPGA Member Apprentice Casey Hall, for making Links to the Heart such an enjoyable tournament.”

Pathways generous sponsors include U.S. Bank, Moss Adams LLP, Treasury Curve, Magnussen Lexus of Fremont, Significant Cleaning Services, Delta Care Rx, Ferrari Ottoboni Caputo & Wunderling LLP, and Superior Healthcare Equipment and Services. Additional sponsors included Agile Physical Therapy, Alameda Family Funeral & Cremation, Brannons Medical, California Home Medical Equipment, Crosby-N. Gray & Co., De Martini Orchard, Tom & Gunilla Follett in Honor of The Parkinson’s Institute, iRhythm Technologies, Inc., Littler Mendelson, Jack London Kitchen & Bath, Menlo Park Chevron, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, , Supergoop!, Service by Medallion, Silicon Valley Risk and Insurance Services, L.P., Best Cremation Care, Royal Ambulance, The Engineering Enterprise, OCKCO, Kohanaiki LLC, Northern California Golf Association, Stanford Athletics, DeLaveaga Golf and Lodge, and Piazza’s Fine Foods. Beverage and refreshment sponsors included M.E. Fox, Premier Nutrition, The Willow’s Market, Trahan Winery, Robert Turner Winery, Woodside Farm Vineyard, Whole Foods Market, and Zanotto’s Family Markets.

Links to the Heart Committee members included co-chairs Gunilla and Tom Follett (Los Altos), Chuck Alloo (Los Altos), Ronald A. Castellino, MD (Woodside), George Cavender (Atherton), Mari Chazen (Menlo Park), Kris Klint (Atherton), Steve Player (Palo Alto), Jan Prahm (Los Altos), John and Sherry Rayner (Palo Alto), and Bob Rider (Menlo Park). Golfers extraordinaire Tom Meckenstock and Lauren Greif of Stanford Athletics served as drivers in the in the Drive Du Jour contest.

For more information about Pathways Home Health & Hospice’s events, call Holly Smith at 408.773.4109 or 1.800.753.3071, e-mail hsmith(at)pathwayshealth.org or events(at)pathwayshealth.org, or visit https://www.pathwayshealth.org/about-pathways-foundation/.

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