Chris Chiasson 2nd Annual Memorial Golf Tournament
Chris Chiasson was born, raised and educated in Syracuse, N.Y. and was taken away from us far too soon. He was a Lemoyne graduate and a brother, husband, father, best friend, godfather and financial professional. We want to celebrate his life and remember his passing. Anyone who ever met Chris, even briefly, was left with a lasting memory of this man. Stoic, quick-witted, warm and extremely funny, he was always there for his family, friends, and business associates. There isn’t enough space to tell the stories of the all the people Chris assisted both personally and professionally.
Sadly, Chris left behind a loving wife, Dawnmarie, and an extraordinary son, Christopher. This is why we are getting together to celebrate his life and contribute to a college fund to provide the best educational possibilities for Christopher.
So please come out on Sunday May 26th, 2013 and join us for a beautiful day of golf, great food, drink, and prizes. We want to celebrate a man, the way he would want to be celebrated, playing golf on a beautiful course in Syracuse, NY surrounded by family, friends, and business associates. We look forward to seeing you there and hearing your tales of Chris, and if you don't know him that's OK too, come out and celebrate a great man, and play golf to help a wonderful cause.
The event is a 4-person scramble, and includes 18 holes of golf, range balls, cart, on course beverages, lunch at the turn, dinner (cash bar), skins, raffle prizes and awards reception.
See the register page for more details, volunteer registration, donation only contibutions, or dinner only registrations. You can also visit the Facebook page to see more details, photos, and updates.Click here for Facebook page
Register now and remember to invite your friends to play. Just click on "Tell a Friend" and you can send them a link to this site automatically.
Thank you for your support of the Christopher Chiasson Education Fund.
We are not a registered 501(C)(3) tax exempt charity and donations are not tax-deductible. However all profits go directly to the Education Fund.