Wayne Law Golf Outing raises nearly $25,000 for endowed scholarship

The 2017 Wayne Law Golf Outing on Monday, June 5, raised nearly $25,000 for an endowed scholarship that provides financial assistance to second- and third-year students.

The scramble format event was at the Country Club of Detroit in Grosse Pointe Farms. The day included lunch, a cocktail reception and dinner. 92 golfers participated in the event.

The title sponsor was Lear Corp. and gold sponsors were Tim Guerriero and Debra Marcon.

At the reception, a $3,000 scholarship was presented to rising second-year student Kimberly Blake. Blake is a summer associate at Butzel Long and for the second half of the summer she will intern at Hogan Lovells in Mexico City.

Golf outing committee members were Chair David Galbenski, ’93, Lumen Legal; Marc Bakst, ’88, Bodman; Henry Brennan III, ’83, Howard & Howard; Chris Bernard, ’00, Bodman; Dan Bretz, ’82, Clark Hill; John Camp, ’05, Plastipak Packaging Inc.; Anthony Dietz, ’97, Mahany Law; Tim Guerriero, ’80, retired; Professor Peter J. Henning, Wayne Law; Paul Hines, ’73, Gasiorek, Morgan, Greco & McCauley; Terry Larkin, ’79, Lear Corp.; Larry Mann, ’80, Wayne Law; David McClaughry, ’93, Lorenz & Kopf; Rasul Raheem, ’84, Plunkett Cooney; Brittany Schultz, ’01, Ford Motor Company; and Robert Sickels, ’78, Sommers Schwartz.

The 2018 Wayne Law Golf Outing will be June 4 at the Country Club of Detroit.

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Scholarship award

Rising second-year student Kimberly Blake (center) poses for a photo with major gift officer Carolyn Noble (right) and Interim Dean Lance Gable (left) after being presented with her scholarship at the 2017 Wayne Law Golf Outing.

Golf outing team

Participants in the 2017 Wayne Law Golf Outing include, from left, Mike Horn, head coach of the WSU men’s golf team; Lawrence C. Mann, associate director of professional skills at Wayne Law; Meredith Weaver, head coach of the WSU women’s golf team; and Malcolm Perry, sales manager at LaFontaine Kia in Dearborn.

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