American Medical Response - Rancho Cucamonga Operation - 11th Annual Charity Classic
Each year American Medical Response, Rancho Cucamonga Operation, hosts a Charity Golf Tournament to raise funds for employees in need. Past recipients have battled cancer and other life threatening illnesses. These individuals have served in your community as Paramedics, EMTs and Dispatchers. 2009 will mark the 11th year for this event.

This year we are proud to announce that all proceeds will be donated to AMR Paramedic/Operations Manager Dave Molloy and his family. Dave’s wife Guen is lost her battle with stage four ovarian cancer on
Easter Sunday, April 12th, 2009.

We would like to thank you for you support and commitment to making a difference by caring for people in need.
Friday June 19th, 2009
Shandin Hills Golf Club

3380 Little Mountain Dr.
San Bernardino Ca. 92405

On January 15, 2009, Guen Molloy, wife of Dave Molloy AMR Redlands Operations Manager and mother of 18 month old daughter Libby, was unexpectedly diagnosed with ovarian cancer during what was supposed to be a routine and quick surgical procedure. Complications followed what ended up being an eight hour surgery and eight day stay in the hospital. Guen was re-admitted to the hospital on February 22, 2009. On Easter Sunday April 12, 2009 after 50 days in the hospital the Molloy family lost their courageous battle with stage four ovarian cancer, and Guen passed away with Dave and family and friends at her side.
Please assist Dave’s friends at AMR Rancho, Redlands, and Victorville Operations with raising funds to offset the hardship and financial burden of such a demanding circumstance.
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