Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation Golf Outing June 9 Charity Event to Honor Kim and John Horan
Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation will hold its 21st annual Golf Classic on Monday, June 9, at Sands Point Golf Club in Port Washington. The charitable event will honor Kim and John Horan of Upper Brookville, principals of Horan Construction and well known Long Island philanthropists. The day’s activities commence at 10:00 a.m. when the putting green and driving range open, and include a 10:30 a.m. buffet brunch, a 12:00 noon shotgun start, and cocktails and dinner with live and silent auctions, raffles, and an awards presentation beginning at 5:00 p.m. Proceeds will benefit the programs and services of Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation, which are designed to improve the quality of life for those living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, and for their caregivers. To register or for more information, contact Sean Phillips at (516) 767-6862 or at email@example.com, write to him at Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation, 5 Channel Drive, Port Washington, NY 11050, or visit the Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation web site at www.liaf.org.
Sands Point Golf Club
Sands Point Golf Club, designed in 1927 by the legendary American golf course architect Albert Warren “Tillie” Tillinghast, has been both returned to its original glory and subtly updated to accommodate the game as it is played today. The renowned contemporary golf course architect (and Tillinghast specialist) Keith Foster has worked his magic – moving and reworking tees while restoriing bunkering to the famed Tillinghast flat-bottomed style. The result: bunkers are more visible throughout the course and enjoyment is wonderfully enhanced because external distractions are cleverly hidden from sight lines. To play Sands Point is to play the game the way it was meant to be played!
Kim Horan was raised in Queens, New York, where she worked for her family’s marine supply business, as well as their real estate management firm. As a child, Kim spent many weekends on the water with her parents, who were avid boaters. Kim met John in her high school years and they have been happily married for thirty-six years. They moved from Whitestone to Manhasset in 1980, where Kim raised their three children – Thomas, Karyn and Mary. While residing there, Kim was actively involved in the Manhasset School District. Kim also taught religious education at St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church, where John and Kim were Pre-Cana Coordinators for more than twelve years. Once her children were older, Kim reentered the workforce as the Assistant to the Director of Building and Grounds for the East Williston School District. Subsequently, Kim worked in the Office for Special Education in the Manhasset School District, where she chose to leave her position to work with her husband as he fulfilled his dreams of opening his own business – Horan Construction Company. Kim has been the Chief Financial Officer at Horan Construction for fifteen years. She is also the co-owner of R Building Management, LLC where she manages properties in both Queens and Nassau Counties. In 1999, Kim and John moved to Upper Brookville, where they currently reside. When she is not working, Kim loves to spend time with her five grandchildren and is enjoying planning her youngest daughter’s wedding.
John J. Horan serves as the founder and president of Horan Construction Corporation based in Mineola, New York. Since the formation of Horan Construction in 1998, the general contracting and construction management firm has grown to its current status, with over fifteen employees. The majority of the firm’s work is based in the Northeast and Midwest regions. Under John’s leadership, the firm expects to expand into the South Atlantic region in 2014. Concurrently, John serves as co-owner of R Building Management, LLC. The real estate management firm currently manages several properties in both Queens County and Nassau County. John’s vast knowledge of both real estate and construction has stemmed from his thirty-six years of hands-on experience in both fields. From 1977 to 1995, John worked for the real estate management firm Ripley Enterprises. During his time with the firm, John was involved in doubling the firm’s size and annual volume. John has played an active role in the development of many not-for-profit construction projects. In 2009, he worked with Our Lady of Mercy to oversee and build their new track and athletic field. In 2012, John worked with the Dioceses of Rockville Centre and the St. Dominic community of Oyster Bay as a committee member for the construction of a $10 million dollar science facility for the schools of St. Dominic. Most recently, John is working with Our Lady of Mercy Academy to develop their new EDEN greenhouse laboratory, which will allow students to undertake and manage scientific experiments. Current Affiliations: Wheatley Hills Golf Club, Vice President, Wheatley Hills Golf Club, Head of House Maintenance Committee. Past Affiliations: Board of Trustees, Incorporated Village of Plandome Heights, Zoning and Appeals Board, Incorporated Village of Plandome Heights, Deputy Mayor, Incorporated Village of Plandome Heights, Board of Directors, Our Lady of Mercy Academy.
Caption: Kim and John Horan
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Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation is a Port Washington-based social service agency, founded in 1998, that provides coordinated, continuing care for individuals of any age with Alzheimer’s disease and related memory disorders, at every stage of the disease process, as well as direct and substantive help and support for their families as they cope with the demands of caregiving. For more information call (516) 767-6856.