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June 08, 2012 - CNI Golf Classic

What: Colorado Neurological Institute Golf Tournament

Where: Arrowhead Golf Club - Littleton

When: Friday, June 8, 2012

Time: 7:30 a.m. shotgun start

Beneficiary: Families touched by a neurological condition

Master of Ceremonies: Steve Washington

Executive Director: Tami Lack

Speaker: Forrest Gregg

Sponsors: $5,000 Level: Craig Hospital, Frank Monterio & Family; $2,500 Level: Calcon Constructors, BNY Mellon Wealth Management; $1,500 Level: Iowa Fluid Power, Steve & Cynthia Lantz, Chuck & Lynda Gumeson

Attire: CNI golf shirt

Board of Directors: Ron Eller, Chairman; Rajeev Kumar MD, Vice Chairman; Jon E Stuck, Treasurer; Robin Fort, Secretary

Blacktie Photos by: Carol Burkett Superior Imaging

 Forrest Gregg, left, and Terry Weeber
Forrest Gregg, left, and Terry Weeber

 Arrowhead Golf Club was the scenic location for the Colorado Neurological Institute golf tournament on Friday.  Golfers got up early to spend a day outside enjoying the scenery, having great food and getting in some golf. Tournament winners included:

1st Place 4some: 

                Mark Cooley (SV Capital)

                Larry Woods

                Andy Telsey

                John Niemi

**shot a team 57


2nd Place 4some:

                Kane Webber

                Mike Haslar

                Craig Schuchman

                Richard Lurie

**shot a team 58 with 28 on back 9


3rd Place 4some:

                Frank Monteiro

                Barry Shockley

                Kellen Webber

                Pat Reidy

**shot a team 58 with 29 on back 9



Longest Drive:                   Kane Webber @ 370 yds

Longest Putt:                     Curt Vogel

Closest to the Hole:           Dr. Richard Everhart (RIA)


During the lunch Steve Washington, the new Director of Development and Marketing for CNI talked about the enriching experiences he had working to prepare for this tournament.   Pat Maley thanked the golfers and then let them know that this was a fun way to support a great cause.  Steve then introduced the keynote speaker, Forrest Gregg, NFL Hall of Famer who recently went public with his battle with Parkinson's disease.   He is yet another high profile athlete whose Parkinson's disease is seen to have it's roots in repeated head trauma suffered by Forrest during his professional athletic career. His courage in going public has served as an inspiration to many and the respect for the "Iron Man" could be felt throughout the room.  


For further information about the CNI and the work it does treating individuals with a variety of neurological conditions including (but not limited to) epilepsy, stroke, Parkinson's Disease, Tourette's Syndrome, brain and spinal tumors, please check out their website at


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