NEEF’s 12th ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT RAISES $100,000

Sep 29, 2017 | News

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North East Educational Foundation (NEEF) Jerry Comalander’s Fore! the Kids Tournament teed off to raise funds for innovative grants throughout the district.  A total of 150 golfers, representing 52 companies donated over $100,000 to the 12th annual golf tournament benefiting NEEF. The golfers played 18 holes at the Canyon Springs Golf Club on Friday, Sept. 29.

Before the golfers took to the course, Superintendent Dr. Brian G Gottardy said, “We are going to have a great day for the foundation and for the kids of the North East Independent School District.”

The title sponsor of the tournament, Randolph Brooks Federal Credit Union (RBFCU) and RBFCU Retirement Program, gave of their time and funds to make the tournament a success.

“It’s all about the kids and that fits well with our philosophy,” said RBFCU Retirement Program, Director, David Stanley. “Ultimately the more we can do, the better the product we get at the end, which is our kids.

The NEEF board of directors worked hard to provide breakfast, door prizes and goodie bags for this enjoyable event.

“It’s sold out this year—we have the most people we’ve ever had at the tournament,” beamed NEEF Board Member David Beyer. “Going to the schools and handing out the money earned here today is the most rewarding part of the whole job.”

All of the funds received by NEEF will go toward grants to fund innovative projects for NEISD classrooms.

NEEF would like to recognize our top sponsors:

Title Sponsor

RBFCU and RBFCU Retirement Program

 

Eagle Sponsors

3Sixty Integrated

Central Builders Inc.

Central Electric ENT

Firstmark Credit Union

FirstSouthwest, a Division of Hilltop Securities Inc.

Frost Bank

Garza/Bomberger & Associates

Gordon Hartman Family Foundation

Guido Construction

Pfluger Architects

Zachry Corporation

 

Birdie Sponsors

Bartlett Cocke General Contractors

CDS Muery

Cleary Zimmermann Engineers

Computer Solutions

The Darr Family

DBR Engineering Consultants, Inc.

HDR

HEB

Hellas Construction, Inc.

High School Achievements

Joeris

LPA

Marksmen General Contractors

Marmon Mok Architecture

Miner

MTR Engineers

O’Connell Robertson

Pape-Dawson Engineers

PBK

S K and A, Inc.

Terracon

TMC Sports Turf

 

Hole Sponsors 

Alpha Consulting Engineers, Inc.

CEC

Fugro

Jefferson Bank

Intelligent Engineering Services, LLP

Lundy & Franke Engineering, Inc.

McGriff, Seibels & Williams

RVK + MEP

Schulman, Lopez, Hoffer & Adelstein

Underwriting Sponsors 

Raba Kistner

HTS Texas

Alamo Architects

Cude Engineers

Taco Cabana

BSN Sports

Balfour Competitive Edge Letter Jackets

North Park Lexus

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North East Educational Foundation (NEEF) Jerry Comalander’s Fore! the Kids Tournament teed off to raise funds for innovative grants throughout the district.  A total of 150 golfers, representing 52 companies donated over $100,000 to the 12th annual golf tournament benefiting NEEF. The golfers played 18 holes at the Canyon Springs Golf Club on Friday, Sept. 29.

Before the golfers took to the course, Superintendent Dr. Brian G Gottardy said, “We are going to have a great day for the foundation and for the kids of the North East Independent School District.”

The title sponsor of the tournament, Randolph Brooks Federal Credit Union (RBFCU) and RBFCU Retirement Program, gave of their time and funds to make the tournament a success.

“It’s all about the kids and that fits well with our philosophy,” said RBFCU Retirement Program, Director, David Stanley. “Ultimately the more we can do, the better the product we get at the end, which is our kids.

The NEEF board of directors worked hard to provide breakfast, door prizes and goodie bags for this enjoyable event.

“It’s sold out this year—we have the most people we’ve ever had at the tournament,” beamed NEEF Board Member David Beyer. “Going to the schools and handing out the money earned here today is the most rewarding part of the whole job.”

All of the funds received by NEEF will go toward grants to fund innovative projects for NEISD classrooms.

NEEF would like to recognize our top sponsors:

Title Sponsor

RBFCU and RBFCU Retirement Program

 

Eagle Sponsors

3Sixty Integrated

Central Builders Inc.

Central Electric ENT

Firstmark Credit Union

FirstSouthwest, a Division of Hilltop Securities Inc.

Frost Bank

Garza/Bomberger & Associates

Gordon Hartman Family Foundation

Guido Construction

Pfluger Architects

Zachry Corporation

 

Birdie Sponsors

Bartlett Cocke General Contractors

CDS Muery

Cleary Zimmermann Engineers

Computer Solutions

The Darr Family

DBR Engineering Consultants, Inc.

HDR

HEB

Hellas Construction, Inc.

High School Achievements

Joeris

LPA

Marksmen General Contractors

Marmon Mok Architecture

Miner

MTR Engineers

O’Connell Robertson

Pape-Dawson Engineers

PBK

S K and A, Inc.

Terracon

TMC Sports Turf

 

Hole Sponsors 

Alpha Consulting Engineers, Inc.

CEC

Fugro

Jefferson Bank

Intelligent Engineering Services, LLP

Lundy & Franke Engineering, Inc.

McGriff, Seibels & Williams

RVK + MEP

Schulman, Lopez, Hoffer & Adelstein

Underwriting Sponsors 

Raba Kistner

HTS Texas

Alamo Architects

Cude Engineers

Taco Cabana

BSN Sports

Balfour Competitive Edge Letter Jackets

North Park Lexus

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