FACES: Golf Tournament Brings LSG Supporters Together

FACES State Manager Ryan Whitmire reflects on those he met and made memories with at the October 17th Atlanta Golf Classic 

Yesterday, I had the pleasure to play in the LSG Atlanta Golf Classic at Heritage Links Golf Course in Tucker, GA.  My supervisor and Program ExecutiveGary Johnstone and I were paired with two exceptional supporters of LSG.  It was a pleasure to meet and play golf with Bill Arndt and Jean Mori.  Bill is a former University of Texas football player and graduate.  He is member of Rivercliff Lutheran Church in Roswell, and retired from Lockheed-Martin.  Jean is a Georgia Tech graduate – as a Dawg fan, I will not hold that against him.  He also earned his MBA from Emory University.  He and his wife founded Mori Luggage and Gifts and were recently honored as LSG’s Heroes for Hope, Healing and Strength.

I personally had the most fun playing golf in a long time.  Not only because we shot 12 under par and were “draining” putts from all over the green, but because the conversations and laughs we had.  Though we did not win, it was a beautiful day on the course and we had a great time.   Through the support of great people like Jean and Bill, LSG is able to provide services to people in need all over the State of Georgia.  Without the continued support of great people, LSG could not bring hope and healing through the services we provide.

Thank you to Jean, Bill and everyone that came out to support LSG.

Ryan Whitmire State FACES Manager