22nd Annual Golf Tournament Benefiting The Fund to Cure Asthma
The Fund to Cure Asthma (FTCA) was founded by Nancy & James Berry Hill and Marjorie & Stephen Raphael in 1994 to secure resources for basic and clinical research related to understanding, treating and conquering asthma. For 22 years, the annual Golf Tournament in New York has supported FTCA at National Jewish Health, the leading respiratory hospital in the nation.
On June 4, National Jewish Health held its 22nd Annual Golf Tournament at Fresh Meadow Country Club. The event honored longtime co-chair Robert E. Helpern and raised more than $180,000 benefiting The Fund to Cure Asthma.
The Fund to Cure Asthma raises critically important funds for basic and clinical research related to understanding, treating and eventually conquering this widespread, debilitating and often fatal disease.
For more than 15 years, Robert E. Helpern of Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirsctritt LLP, has co-chaired the Annual Golf Tournament that helps raise money for the Fund. For his dedication, Helpern was honored with the National Jewish Health President’s Award.
Robert E. Helpern
Stephen B. Siegel
Samuel B. Lewis
The Fund to Cure Asthma Founders
Nancy & James Berry Hill
Marjorie & Stephen Raphael
Fresh Meadow Country Club
Lake Success, NY
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