Register for Rich Beebe Memorial Golf & Cigars
2nd Annual Richard Beebe Memorial Golf & Cigars Outing Fundraiser
Wednesday, May 16th at the Lake Placid Club Golf Course
Registration begins at 11am - Tee time of 12pm
Need an excuse for an early arrival? Brush off the clubs and join us on Wednesday afternoon as we remember our fallen brother with golf, cigars and more. This fundraiser event will benefit those who are working to obtain their paramedic or EMS instructor certification. 100% of the proceeds will be donated.
- $100 per person or $400 for a team of 4 people. Price includes greens fees, cart, gift, beverages, food, cigars and reception.
- 4-person scramble. Single golfers will be placed on a team. All are welcome.
- Prizes / awards for top 3 teams, longest drive, closest to the pin etc.
- Round-trip shuttle service from Crowne Plaza and Golden Arrow provided.
- Exact course used will be determined on May 9th, based on conditions.
Richard Beebe (6/25/57 - 6/5/16) was a paramedic, RN, author and educator from Albany, NY. He passed away in June of 2016 from injuries that were sustained in a motorcycle accident.
Rich touched many lives as a provider and shaped many careers and minds in classrooms throughout the country. Regardless of who was on our list of speakers at IAC, he always proved to be most popular and got rave reviews for his knowledge and sense of humor. He brightened any room that he entered with his booming laugh, infectious positive attitude and desire to make friends with anyone who wanted to chat or enjoy a cigar.
Rich often went out of his way to help his brothers and sisters in EMS. He took the role of mentor to heart and could often be seen behind the scenes coaching and encouraging a new instructor, helping someone study or giving advice at a local Starbucks. We will be forever thankful for his friendship, service as a provider, dedication to education, and leadership. He will forever be in our hearts and is still very much a part of IAC. Below is a link to an article that was written by our dear friend Mike McEvoy, just two days after we lost Rich.