A Wonderful Day of Golf and Raising Funds
Dawg Nation had the pleasure of supporting the Leland Fay Memorial Golf Tournament. Anyone there could be a witness to how much Leland meant to his family, friends, and community. Max Wright and team provided incredible local leadership and rallied the Colorado Springs community to help Leland’s widow, Sarah Fay and their boys. Together we were able to raise $42,000! More importantly the community was able to remind the Fay family that they are loved and cared for! Special thanks to former Av Brett Clark and NHL Hall of Famer Michel Goulet for their help in rallying around the Fay family!
An Eight Year Battle
Leland Fay passed away on Memorial Day after an eight year battle with brain tumors. Leland was originally diagnosed with 98 brain tumors and additional tumors in his stomach, lungs, liver, neck and head. He was told he had six months to live and fought for eight years to watch his boys grow. He holds the record for the most brain tumors, a record no one wants to hold. He fought courageously and with a sense of humor.
Extensive Medical Bills
Connor (15) and Derek (12) play travel hockey at Colorado Rampage in Monument. In February, Connor broke his tibia and fibula at a hockey tournament in Minnesota. He had surgery to repair his leg and has been working hard so he can get back on the ice. Sarah works in real estate. The Fay’s medical expenses for the last eight years for Leland and then Connor’s leg this year have been extensive. They are an amazing and selfless family who have helped so many others. Now is the time to help this family in their time of need.
Let’s rally to make sure this family gets through this with OUR help.
Or mail check to:Dawg Nation Hockey Foundation
PO Box 182
Indian Hills, CO 80454
The Leland Fay Memorial Golf Tournament was held at
The Club at Flying Horse