Golfers Tee Off for People with Disabilities

Kevin Gogel, Lisa Montalbano (Employment Horizons, Director of Development) & Jason Gogel

MORRIS COUNTY — Employment Horizons kicked off their 13th Annual Golf Classic at Spring Brook Country Club in Morristown on June 18. Over one hundred golfers registered for this event with proceeds benefiting the programs and services of Employment Horizons.

Matthew Putts, Employment Horizons’ Executive Director and Employment Horizons’ Trustee Howard Gogel of Title Sponsor My Limo

The Golf Classic had several corporate supporters. My Limo, a division of Gogel Enterprises, was the Title while the Associate Sponsor was Vision Real Estate Partners. The golfers enjoyed a beautiful day of golf and participated in contests. Lunch and dinner were also provided with a silent auction and a 50/50 raffle. Golfers also had the chance to win a luxury car provided by Audi Bridgewater & Audi Mendham at the Hole-in-One Contest sponsored by Morristown Airport and Safari Telecom.

Employment Horizons provides job skills training and placement services to hundreds of individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment each year. To learn more about Employment Horizons or to get involved, please contact Director of Development Lisa Montalbano at or click here.

Foursome from Title Sponsor, My Limo. Dan Farley, Bob Lull, Howard Gogel (My Limo and Employment Horizons’ Trustee), and Don Adami
Foursome from Associate Sponsor, Vision Real Estate Partners. Steve Feinberg, Ryan Fraser, Kubby Tischler, and Jose Mayoral
Foursome from Bayer. From left are Bill Colacurcio (Alan Baird Industries, Golf Classic Chair), Frank Stefano, Lochlan Dougherty, and John Rotondo