AVON — Friends, family and golfers gathered at Farview Golf Course to raise over $12,000 for cancer detection in memory of Patty Klemmer, who recently passed away due to pancreatic cancer.
This past week tournament volunteers, friends and family members presented Dr. Nayana Kamath, Doctor of Hematology and Oncology a check to the Wimot Cancer Center for Early Detection of Pancreatic Cancer at Fairview golf Course.
The tournament took place on July 28th where 128 golfers gathered to celebrate Patty Klemmer’s kindness and joy she brought to so many people through a special fundraising event.
Fundraising including a lawnmower auction thanks to LandPro Equipment, hole sponsorship, putting contest, round of golf and other donated items.
“This was a very special day for an incredibly special woman,” said Paul Klemmer, Patty’s Husband. “Everyone came together to raise money for early pancreatic detection and I know she’s proud of everyone getting together like this. The entire Klemmer family would like to express a sincere heartfelt thanks to the donors and everyone who made this possible.”