CEA Annual Golf Outing
Sunny skies, prizes, spirited competition are highlights of EESF fundraiser.
The Chicago Elevator Association (CEA) held its annual golf outing at the Gleneagles Country Club in Lemont, Illinois, on August 3 to benefit the Elevator Escalator Safety Foundation (EESF). It was a great day for the outing, with plenty of sunshine for the golfers. All attendees were winners at this year’s fundraiser event. A delicious dinner was provided following the outing. A world-class raffle with the industry’s finest prizes kept everyone smiling.
The Parts Specialists, Inc. (PSI) team was event champion, with a final score of 57, or 13 under par. The team consisted of Glenn Duncan, Tony Zomparelli, Brian Sheely and Dan Sheely.
The event included a 50/50 drawing for the EESF. CEA would like to thank Brad Hunt of The Peelle Co. and Kelsey Sybert of C.J. Anderson & Co. for helping collect US$1,700 for the drawing. Half went to the winner and the other half to EESF. We also raffled a Chicago Bears jersey autographed by “Da Coach” Mike Ditka, which brought in US$280 for the drawing.
The year’s EESF charity event was a huge success. CEA helped the EESF by raising US$2,000 to further its mission. CEA would like to thank members of the Golf Outing Committee: Duncan, Tom Przbyla and Molly Cruz of PSI; and Matt Dennett from RBN & Associates. The event was successful thanks to the support of our sponsors.