Local Charity To Win $39,000 At Today’s First Business Invitational For Charity At Hawks Landing
MADISON, WI – Sept. 3, 2014 – One local charity will win $39,000 today at the 2014 First Business Invitational for Charity. At this annual “winner takes all” event held at Hawks Landing, local business leaders compete in two person teams in a best ball format. Each two-some has selected one local charity for which they will play. First Business Bank is covering 100 percent of the event costs, which means the winning team will win $39,000 for their local charity.
This year’s players and charities include:
- ALY WOLFF FOUNDATION – played for by Eric Kroll of Baker Tilly & Brad Reitzner of M3 Insurance
- AMERICAN FAMILY CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL – played for by John Bickers, Sr. & John Bickers, Jr. of Alphagraphics
- BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF DANE COUNTY – played for Sean LaBorde & Brad Niebuhr of M3 Insurance
- BREAST CANCER RECOVERY – played for by Jeff Haen of Haen Real Estate & Jim Krogstad
- BRIAR PATCH/YOUTH SERVICES – played for by Corey Chambas & Mark Meloy of First Business
- CARE NET OF DANE COUNTY – played for by John Lamb of Environment Control & Jim Brunker of M3 Insurance
- CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION – played for by Greg Jones of Dave Jones, Inc. & Ken Kurszewski of Hottmann Construction Company
- DANE COUNTY HABITAT FOR HUMANITY – played for by George Kamperschroer of Neider & Boucher & Eric Lawson of Potter Lawson, Inc.
- DANE COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY – played for by Angie Black of Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. & Eric Leja of LZ Management
- DANE COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY – played for by Jerry Wirth & Pam Wirth of Amphion Medical Solutions
- FAMILY SERVICE MADISON – played for by Brian Burns & Neal Oberg of Morgan Murphy Media
- FAMILY SUPPORT AND RESOURCE CENTER – played for by Mike Hablewitz & Mike Scholz of Wegner CPAs
- GILDA’S CLUB – MADISON – played for by Mike Oliphant of The Oliphant Companies & Pete Lowney of First Business Capital Corp.
- GILDA’S CLUB – MADISON – played for by Mike Schlageter of Michael Schlageter Family & Brad Raaths of DeWitt Ross & Stevens
- JOEY’S SONG “FIGHTING EPILEPSY WITH MUSIC” – played for by Dave Glusick & Tim Schleeper of Vierbicher Associates, Inc. sponsored by First American Title
- LEUKEMIA AND LYMPHOMA SOCIETY – played for by Mike Gustafson & Glen Weyenberg of SVA Certified Public Accountants
- LOVE BEGINS HERE – played for by Greg Gibson of Aldine Capital Partners & Barry Brandt of Lanair Products, LLC
- MAKE-A-WISH FOUNDATION – played for by Ross Zahour & Brian Bert of FIS
- MIDDLETON OUTREACH MINISTRY – played for by Todd Smith of Godfrey & Kahn, S.C. & Tim Cleary of M3 Insurance
- PORCHLIGHT – played for by Dr. Jay & Tonya Hazen of Dentistry for Madison sponsored by LZ Ventures
- REAP – played for by Jeanne Whitish of Purple Cow Organics, LLC & Tom Stolper of TRAC Microbiology, Inc.
- ROAD HOME – played for by Eric teDuits of Children’s Dental Center of Madison & Jay Sekelsky of Madison Investment Advisors
- SECOND HARVEST – played for by Brian Hagen & Tom Rude of First Business
- SHARI & BRAM DORRESTEIJN MEMORIAL FUND – played for by Reid MacGuidwin & Zach McCallum of Associated Dentists
- SUSAN G. KOMAN SOUTH CENTRAL WI – played for by Steven Yeko of The Diamond Center & Jack Bussa of S&J 515 Gammon LLC
- THREE GAITS – played for by Joe Ring of Park Towne & John Dohm of Regency Property Management, Inc.
Golfers and spectators can follow the progress on the course through an online leader board accessible via a computer or smart phone throughout the afternoon. Go to www.firstbusinessinvitational.com the day of the event for details.
About First Business
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