NORWALK, CT - On Sep. 9, Brooklawn Country Club in Fairfield opened its doors to attendees of the Family & Children’s Agency 2013 Golf & Tennis Classic. The event was a huge success raising over $100,000 to benefit programs across the Agency. Mark Brown and Paul McErlain, both from Wilton, along with Jamie Bergin, of Darien, chaired the golf tournament. Kerri O’Brien, of Darien, and Stephanie Mercado, of Wilton, chaired the tennis tournament.
2013 Golf co-chairs: From left to right, Paul McErlain, Mark Brown, Robert F. Cashel and Jamie Bergin (contributed photo)
Corporate sponsors, participants and donors for the golf outing included Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Barclays, Bloomberg Tradebook, cg42, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, Grand Hyatt New York, The Hour Publishing Company, HSBC Global Markets, Jefferies, JetBlue Airways, KCG Hotspot, McMahon Ford of Norwalk, Morgan Stanley, Nomura Securities International, Inc., People’s United Bank / Wealth Management, RBS, Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking, State Street Global Markets, Tankship International, UBS and Weeden & Co. LP. Individual sponsors and participants included Jamie and Deanna Bergin, Tammy and Mark Brown, Jill and Alex Dimitrief, Michael Grise, Robert and Elaine Jachino, Mark and Jay Lux, Paul and Nicole McErlain, Kathleen and Peter Murphy, William O. and Barbara Murphy, and Jeffrey Weaver.
“On behalf of FCA, I would like to thank the generous sponsors and enthusiastic players who support this event,” said Robert F. Cashel, President & CEO of FCA. “The weather was beautiful and we enjoyed a wonderful day of golf and tennis. Many of our corporate and individual sponsors are returning from previous years; we are truly grateful to have such a dedicated group of friends who support our work in the community.”
To see pictures from the 2013 Golf & Tennis Classic, visit www.FamilyandChildrensAgency.org. For more information on the Agency’s programs, call (203) 855-8765.
2013 Tennis Co-Chairs: From left to right, Stephanie Mercado, Kerri O’Brien and Robert F. Cashel (contributed photo)
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