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2023 Golf Tournament

Published September 8, 2023

2023 Golf Tournament

The 2023 Golf Tournament Was a Stunning Success With More Than $42k Raised!


Thank you, once again, for sharing the day with us and raising more than $42k to help in the fight against metastatic breast cancer. We here at Piping Systems are humbled by all of the incredible people who participated in the Megan Lally Memorial Fund‘s 6th annual Tee for Cancer Free Golf Tournament.

It was a beautiful day and over 150 players and volunteers showed up to help raise an unbelievable sum to help those in need. Thank you all so much for your amazing support!

Check out some pics of the big day!

Winners were as follows:

1st – Tradesource, Inc (George Grayson, Gordon Sigman, Dean Amoroso and Dennis Warburton)

2nd – CWB Contractors, Inc. (James Leonard, Lawrence Leonard, Stephen Leonard and Chris Sulmonte)

3rd – Freetown Fire Dept. (Neal Lafluer, Keith Mello, Kevin Smith and Paul Ashley Jr)

There were 2 longest drives – Steve Miley from Edelman Financial and Mike Volkman from FB Insure

There were 2 closest to pin – John O’Leary from W A O’Leary at 10’ and Brian Flynn from Tradesource Inc at 36’

Sponsors were as follows:

Platinum: (Title Sponsor) Independent Pipe & Supply

Gold: Phoenix Mechanical and W.A. O’Leary

Silver: Edelman Financial, Emond Plumbing & Heating Inc, F.W. Webb, and Preferred Mechanical

Surprise appearance by Warren Hudson, original retired owner of L C Anderson

Hole in One was sponsored by Central Dodge and they came with a brand new Jeep Wrangler hybrid with all the bells and whistles

Piping Systems (who hosts event) sponsor the Putt for Dough and the Air Cannon which is always a lot of fun and raised over $2,400

Jimmy Schell of JE Schell Welding wone the 50/50 raffle and gave the winnings back to the organization.


The day was a success due to all of our sponsors, golfers and the team that organized the event (that means you, Jason, Sharron, Stacey, Mike and Greg).  We had lots of team members working in the background to ensure that our clients were well served.

100% of the funds go towards funding Metastatic Breast Cancer research being conducted at the Comprehensive Breast Cancer Program at UMass Memorial Medical Center.

There are lots of exciting discoveries being made and the battle to mitigate the effects of breast cancer is being fought one step at a time. I want to personally thank all of you once again.

Thank you for sharing the day with us and raising more than $42,000  to help in the fight against metastatic breast cancer. Your generous donations will go a long way toward helping those afflicted. Every little bit counts towards research to end breast cancer. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.

Jason Taylor