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ExxonMobil Hosts Successful Golf Tournament for United Way
10/01/2012
 

Thirty-two teams played at the Eighth Annual ExxonMobil Golf Tournament at
Willow Tree Golf Course on Sept. 28.  All the proceeds, after expenses, will go
to the Seward County United Way to support its 27 agencies. Heading up the
tournament this year for ExxonMobil was R. Wayne Titus.
“We had a great turnout and, thanks to generous donations from our supporters,
every golfer went home with a door prize,” said Kay Burtzloff, director of the
Seward County United Way. “While I can’t tell you the exact amount of money that
was raised until we go through everything, I think it will be one of most
successful golf tournaments based on the sponsorships and participation.”
Winning first place in A flight with a score of 56 was the Slater Medical Arts
team including Mitch Tharp, Stuart Martin, Don Schroeder and Blain Schroeder.
Winning second place with a score of 61 in A flight was High Plains Pizza Hut
team, including Kevin Colvin, Brett Jones, Kyle Webber and Mike McGinley.
Winning third place in A flight with a score of 61 was XOM team, including Chad
Gifford, Caleb Gifford, Dave Johnson and Chris Harper. Since there was a tie,
the score cards were reviewed to break the tie.
Winning first place in B flight with a score of 61 was Seaboard Farms team,
including Tano Tovilla, Kenny Romero, Keith Henry and David Watkins. Winning
second place in B flight with a score of 69 was Globe Energy Services, including
Hugo Montes, Josh Gilmore, Elden Evans and Steve Dixon. Winning third place in B
flight with a score of 69 was the Dillco team including Brian Kraisinger, Jimmy
Kraisinger, David Relleford and Greg Closs.
“I want to thank Wayne, all the ExxonMobil volunteers and all the United Way
volunteers for helping to make this a successful tournament. It raises a lot of
money for United Way and we appreciate the boost it gives during the early part
of the campaign,” said Burtzloff.
For more information about the Seward County United Way, contact Burtzloff at
620-624-5400 or scunitedway@sbcglobal.net <mailto:scunitedway@sbcglobal.net> .
Information about upcoming events is also available at www.scunitedway.com.

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