Published on August 08, 2022

33rd Annual Fisher-Titus Foundation Golf Outing Raises over $60,000 for Local Heart Care

The 33rd Annual Fisher-Titus Foundation Golf Outing presented by Janotta & Herner took place on Wednesday, August 3. This year’s event raised over $60,000 in support of the Foundation’s cardiac catheterization laboratory renovation project.Janotta & Herner and Fisher-Titus Foundation representatives at the 33rd Annual Fisher-Titus Foundation Golf Outing

This year’s outing was the largest ever with 192 golfers in 48 foursomes, 86 sponsors, and 53 volunteers helping to make the event a success.

Tournament winners were:

  • 1st Place in Flight A – Janotta & Herner Team 1 – Zach Jones, Ben Moncher, Tyler Wasserman, and Nate Czerniejewski
  • 2nd Place in Flight A – Firelands Health – Jeremy Normington-Slay, Dr. Seth Ruggles, Kalen Baker, and Alan Furey
  • 1st Place in Flight B – Randstad Technologies – Nick Swanson, Josh Egner, John Meyerhoffer, and Brian Borhello
  • 2nd Place in Flight B – Howard Hanna – Norma Schaechterle – Norma Schaechterle, Nancy Dilger, Nancy Bleile, and Kelly Everman

Proximity prize winners were:

  • Longest putt on hole #2 – Dr. Ryan Christofferson
  • Longest drive in the fairway on hole #3 – Zach Jones
  • Closest to the pin in 2 shots on hole #4 - Kalen Baker
  • Closest to the 150 post on the drive on hole #9 – Chris Harris
  • Longest drive (men) on hole #11 – Travis Chapman
  • Closest to the pin in 2 shots on hole #13 – Travis Chapman
  • Longest drive in the fairway on hole #15 – Logan Meyer
  • Longest putt on hole #17 – Jimmy Walker
  • Longest drive (women) on hole #18 – Nancy Bleile

Super raffle winners were:

  • Early Bird Winner - $250 Cash – Erin Sparks
  • Grand Prize - $500 Cash – Amy Dunlap
  • 2nd Prize – Norwalk Furniture Chair – Brian Lonz
  • 3rd Prize – Yeti Cooler – Tom Barth
  • 4th Prize – Craftsman Tools – Scott Border
  • 5th Prize – Fidelity Investments Basket and Twin Lakes Golf Course Certificates – Logan Meyer
  • 6th Prize – Fin Feather Fur Basket – Scott Mapus
  • 7th Prize – MADdesign Earrings – Grant Marsh
  • 8th Prize – Cleveland Monsters Tickets – Tami Kousma

The 2022 Golf Outing supported state-of-the-art equipment, technology and renovation for a second cardiac catheterization (cath) lab at Fisher-Titus’ Snyder/White Heart and Vascular Center. The first updated cath lab was opened in December of 2021 and the second in July of this year. Last year’s Golf Outing helped renovate the first cardiac cath lab.

“I know and love several of the people who have been saved by outstanding heart and vascular care at Fisher-Titus,” said Angie Smith, director, Fisher-Titus Foundation. “I am so grateful to every person who has made a gift, at any level, to the Foundation’s campaigns and events to secure needed improvements in cardiovascular technology and equipment; you have made that care possible.”

The cath lab improvements build on a series of capital improvements supported by the Fisher-Titus Foundation for heart and vascular care in 2019-2022 that have already paid dividends for Fisher-Titus patients and the community. Zoll X-Series defibrillators were purchased by the Fisher-Titus Foundation for North Central EMS ambulances with support from the 2019 and 2020 Golf Outings. The Zoll devices provide guided CPR/defibrillation as well as EKG monitoring in the field to identify heart attacks and relay the vitals data back to the emergency department in real time. The Stryker LifeNet system was also purchased in 2020 by the Fisher-Titus Foundation to receive vitals data from the field from all regional EMS services.

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