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Jay Criscione & Family Golf Tournament

Jay Criscione & Family Golf Tournament

Thursday, October 13, 2022



The Criscione family cancer experience inspired the Jay Criscione & Family Golf Tournament of Hope. The tournament recognizes all types of cancers and raises funds for local patients struggling to pay their basic living expenses while going through treatment. Most cancers have a color associated with it. For the Crisciones affected by multiple types of cancer, the colors pink, burgundy/ivory, kelly green, orange, and white became the symbolism and inspiration for Cancer of Many Colors and the beginning of the tournament. 

The 2022 Jay Criscione & Family Golf Tournament honors & celebrates our major supporter the Floyd family.  Cancer not only affects the person with the disease but also their family, friends, and caregivers.   They lost their father, Dale Floyd, to brain cancer in 2013.  Dale’s brother, Coke, lost his wife, Diane, to Kidney Cancer in 2010.  Recently Linda Floyd lost her courageous battle to breast cancer. 

Out of tragedy there is always hope.  Coke Floyd is a survivor of Melanoma and Jason Hall is a survivor of a rare cancer Chordoma (notochordal sarcoma).

The Floyd family supports CMC’s mission in providing financial support to local cancer patients while going through treatment.  Coke and the family continue to sponsor the CMC Golf Tournament and many different fundraisers through the year.  Linda was known to rally CMC’s mission and spread awareness within the community.  The family joins together to provide support and Hope to all cancer patients regardless of age or treatment center. 

#strongertogether, #cancersucks, #linkingSC, #hope, #prayers

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Golden Hills Golf & Country Club
100 Scotland Drive
Lexington, SC 29072 United States
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Paulette Criscione
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Thursday, October 13, 2022
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