PITTSBURGH (6/26/2023) – Data Warehouse Consultants (DWC) is hosting the second annual Bill Randall Memorial Golf Outing August 28 at Shannopin Country Club.
Our friend, Bill, was taken too soon on April 5, 2021, after a long battle with Huntington’s Disease. Since being diagnosed at birth, he led a normal life until his college years. He always loved playing sports and spending time with family. Now, his family is teaming up with DWC to raise awareness of this disease and to honor Bill’s memory.
Registration starts at 7:30 a.m. and a continental breakfast begins at 8 a.m. A 9:30 a.m. shotgun start will kick off the 15 holes in scramble format. There will be prizes for various contests during the outing. Afterwards, there will be a cookout-style lunch at the club.
Registration closes July 31 or when spots fill up.
All the proceeds from the golf outing will benefit the Bill Randall Memorial Scholarship at Duquesne University and the Huntington’s Disease Society of America (HDSA).
Last year’s outing raised $22,000 and brought the donation total to $46,132.16 for the Bill Randall Memorial Scholarship. With the help and support of this year’s golfers and donors, we wish to reach our goal of a $100,000 donation. A donation of $7,600 was also made to the HDSA in 2022.
According to the HDSA, Huntington’s Disease is a genetic brain disease in which there is a mistake in one’s DNA instructions that builds our bodies and keeps them running. Over time, the damage caused to the brain leads to physical, mental and emotional deterioration. There is currently no cure.
Data Warehouse Consultants is the host and diamond sponsor of this event. There are four other sponsorship options available for anyone who is interested. Each sponsorship level and registration option is described in detail on the Bill Randall Memorial Golf Outing website.
Data Warehouse Consultants is a consulting firm based in Pittsburgh. Founded in 2004, the firm provides custom development services for web applications, corporate databases and data warehouse environments.