This year's Folds of Honor Golf Tournament is slated for June 26th, 2017 with a shotgun start at 10:30am at the Country Club at Woodloch Springs. The cost for the day is $140 per golfer. As always, sponsorships and donations are always welcome. The Folds of Honor Foundation and our Mission at Woodloch is to ensure that we never forget our Local Heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice and to provide financial assistance for their children or spouses for secondary education opportunities. All proceeds go to the local families affected by loss.
This year we honor the life of US Army Major Paul Clarke Voelke from Monroe-Woodbury who died in Mazar-i-Sharif while supporting Operation Enduring Freedom on June 22nd, 2012. He was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 30th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, based at Fort Stewart, Georgia. Attending in honor of Paul are his wife, Traci Maultasch and his two sons, Andrew, and Benjamin, as well as longtime Woodloch employee and Paul's brother, Tom Griffenkranz.
Our special guest and honoree will be Sergeant Tim Lang who was the turret gunner on a Humvee patrolling in Fallujah, Iraq, in October 2006, when his vehicle was hit by a roadside IED. His right leg was shattered, and it was amputated below the knee. Sergeant Lang has taken his loss as a challenge and has excelled at numerous sports. Tim’s wife, Sarah, has been the cornerstone of his recovery during his long rehabilitation. In 2016, Tim and Sarah welcomed the newest addition of their family, Silas Timothy Lang.
Your support will help ensure their legacy lives on. May we never forget that freedom isn’t free!