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The Hall Family presented a donation to TXWWF


The Texas Wounded Warrior Foundation held a luncheon at the Kiepersol Estates Restaurant on Thursday, July 20, 2017.  In attendance were the Hall Family – Pam, Monte, and Jane as well as some members of the media; Wounded Warrior, Patrick Rogers and wife Shelby; and TXWWF Board Members. 

The Hall family, including Gerry and Pam Hall and their son, Monte Hall have been consistent supporters of the TXWWF for several years, providing vehicles for transportation during the Pro-Am weekend, as well as dedicating the month of May to help the TXWWF at their car dealership – Hall Buick GMC. During this special promotion, they reserve a percentage of the proceeds from each vehicle sold specifically for the TXWWF.

This past May, their fund raising efforts provided the foundation a donation of $9,400.  The Halls stem from a long line of family military service members back to at least WWII and are avid advocates of our men and women in uniform. 

From left to right in this photo: Dick Goetz, Pam Hall, Jane Hall, Monte Hall.
From left to right in this photo: Jeannette and Mike Fatherree, Dick Goetz, Ben Fatherree.

From left to right in this photo: Jeannette and Mike Fatherree, Dick and Gail Goetz.


The Fatherree family made a donation to TXWWF


The TXWWF wishes to thank Mike and Jeannette Fatherree who have donated $500 again this year through a fundraiser from their beautiful Sunrise Lodge On Lake Fork sales.

Please visit their website  www.SunriseOnLakeFork.com


The Richard and Madeline Lewis Veterans Scholarship receives donation


The Dew Boys at Eagle’s Bluff Country Club and the Texas Wounded Warrior Foundation present a check for a $20,000 matched donation to Chris Cox, for The Richard and Madeline Lewis Veterans Scholarship fund at The University of Texas at Tyler. Wounded Warrior veterans will be given top priority as recipients of these monies to help defray the costs of their higher education that would otherwise not be covered by the GI Bill or other federal veterans programs.

From left to right in the picture: Steve Braley, Dick Goetz, Chris Cox, Maj. General Paul Landers and John Latham.
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VFW POST 1799 held and raised $4,000 for TXWWF


V F W POST 1799, Rhones Quarter Road, celebrated their 75th year in Tyler with a Crawfish Boil fundraiser to benefit the Texas Wounded Warrior Foundation, raising $4,000.

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Photo from left to right: Dick Goetz, Doug Hannah, Dale Mark and Fred Lancaster.




Visit to Ping Golf Phoenix


From left to right in this photo: Dick Goetz, LCPL T.J. Diplacido, SGT Brian Fleming, John Solheim, Dave Owens, Serena Owens, Carrie Garza, Maj. Gen. Dave Garza, Ron Nash.


In May, 2017, two wounded warriors traveled to Phoenix to be outfitted with complete sets of PING golf clubs. The Vault contains over 700 putters and other clubs that were gold plated as a result of the PGA and European Tour Victories. 

Thank you to John Solheim, Owner and the Tour Staff at PING for making this possible.

From left to right in this photo: Maj. Gen. Dave Garza, Carrie Garza, Serena Owens, SGT Brian Fleming, Dave Owens, LCPL T.J. Diplacido, Ron Nash