Joseph F. Healey Memorial Golf Tournament

This year proved to be another great year for the Joseph F Healey memorial golf tournament.
It it an honor to serve on a board dedicated to preserving the memory of Joseph F Healey.
Proceeds raised annually are awarded in the form of merit scholarships to high achieving college bound students based on a combination of criteria – grades, community service, leadership roles, talent, and extracurricular activities. The scholarship winners this year all demonstrated extraordinary academic accomplishments, extracurricular activities and a commitment to volunteering.

Thanks go out to Haverhill Bank as they stepped up as a presenting Sponsor this year.

Winner of golf tournament – Nick Pandelena



Pictured above at table: Peter K. Doherty – PGA Director of Golf
Atkinson Resort & Country Club


Scholarship recipients:

Christie Cole
Affiliated Club: Haverhill Country Club
College: Coastal Carolina University
Major: Communications Minor: Spanish

Abigail (Abby) Ann Nauffts
Affiliated Club: Haverhill CC
College: UMass Amherst
Major: Food Science

Kirsten Herchenroder
Affiliated Club: Haverhill Country Club
College: Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Major: Mechanical Engineering

Elise Fredericks
Affiliated Club: Haverhill Country Club
College: Lehigh University
Major: Marketing


Andrew Cantwell
Affiliated Club: Bradford
College: University of Mass Lowell
Major: Computer Engineering

Thomas F Morgan
Affiliated club: Bradford Country Club
College: Presently at Bentley University
Major: Computer Information Systems


Nicholas Woodman
Affiliated club: Atkinson CC
College: UNH
Major: Environmental Engineering


Brandon D. Shirley
Address: 94 Lindenshire Dr., Bradford, MA 01835
Major: Civil Engineering

Looking forward to starting on plans for next year


Update August 13 Eagle Tribune article

3 thoughts on “Joseph F. Healey Memorial Golf Tournament

  1. This is really a grate idea, amazing and wonderful. This will not only support but also educate golfers…

  2. This is for a great cause that impacts children in school that want to succeed. That is great work!

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