Doug Wood Memorial Golf Classic Set for 6/10
Seton Hill University is pleased to host the third annual Doug Wood Memorial Golf Classic on Friday, June 10, at Arnold Palmer’s Latrobe Country Club in Latrobe, Pa. The event will begin at 10 a.m. with a shotgun start. Dinner and awards will follow the event. The cost for the outing is $175 per golfer or $700 for a foursome and includes 18 holes of golf with cart, entry gift, refreshments, luncheon and awards. The registration deadline is June 3. For more information, contact Justin Norris, director of development, at 724-830-1899, or click here.
“Doug Wood was a dedicated member of Seton Hill’s Board of Trustees for eight years and an advocate for the growth in our athletic programs,” said JoAnne Boyle, president. “He was considered by his colleagues and friends a talented businessman and visionary leader.”
“Through the Doug Wood Memorial Golf Classic event we want to honor Doug’s memory and all that he did to assist Seton Hill’s growth,” said Christine Mueseler, vice president for Institutional Advancement. “Doug not only had an impact on the Seton Hill community, but also on the area at large. Proceeds from this year’s Doug Wood Memorial Golf Classic will support student-athletes by funding travel, competition opportunities, athletic programs and facilities at Seton Hill.”
The Planning Committee for the Doug Wood Memorial Golf Classic includes Daniel S. Wood of Greensburg, Pa., Valerie Wood of Greensburg, Pa., Ryann Bradley (SHU ’07) of Glassport, Pa., Judy Silvis DiNardo (SHU ’77) of Greensburg, Pa., Patricia Donohoe of Delmont, Pa., Debbie Driggers of Greensburg, Pa., James Hill (SHU ’04) of Pittsburgh, Pa., Virginia Sloan of Greensburg, Pa., and Susan Snowman of Greensburg, Pa.
Wood, a trustee of Seton Hill University from 2000-2008, died in 2008. He served on several committees at Seton Hill, including the Executive Committee, the Committee on Trustees, the Finance and Business Affairs Committee, the Ad Hoc Committee for Athletics, the Performing Arts Center Committee and the Seton Hill Athletic Board.