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Saturday, September 7, 2013

Golfing for Craig and Tim

The 2011 team was depicted at the 14th Tee, Ron, Duncan, Bruce and Craig.
Yesterday, a team of us from PSU kept alive a ten-year tradition for Craig Zamzow.  We drove to the south end of New Hampshire on a beautiful September morning to take part in the Tim Sabol Memorial Golf Tournament in Amherst.  Tim was a PSU MBA (and former student of Craig's) who died tragically from a heart problem while only in his thirties.  That happened almost eleven years ago.  Tim's widow Sharon and his family have sponsored this charity event every year since.  Craig and I have been regulars in the event.  The Sabol family has used the contributions to support an annual scholarship that pays tuition in one course each year for a deserving PSU MBA student, as well as to help many local causes in the Nashua area.  

With Ron Bohlin, Brad Allen, and Bruce Wiggett at Souhegan Woods Golf Course
My colleagues Brad Allen, Bruce Wiggett, and Ron Bohlin joined me yesterday, to keep our PSU participation alive, playing as a team called "Craig's Crew."
We started on Hole 16.

Brad was the only one of us familiar with the course.

Ron has a great swing, and hits the ball far.

Perfect September Day.

Sharon Sabol and the women at the Double-or-Nothing hole called us the "sexiest foursome."  (They also told that to the cart that followed us.)

My teammates at the 14th hole, which we sponsored on behalf of Craig's memory, and the PSU MBA Program.

Bruce Wiggett, a recent regular on the PSU team, with the hole sponsorship sign.

1 comment:

  1. Duncan (and Brad, Bruce and Ron),
    Thank you for coming out to support Tim's Memorial Golf Tournament in honor of our friend Craig. We were all thinking of Tim and Craig yesterday. I loved it that you had his clubs and that you used his putter for the putting contest. Craig would like that very much!
    Thanks for the laughs and memories!
    Your friend,
    Sharon Sabol


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