"AT THE END OF THE DAY, IT'S NOT ABOUT WHAT YOU HAVE OR EVEN WHAT YOU'VE ACCOMPLISHED.
IT'S ABOUT WHO YOU'VE LIFTED UP. WHO YOU'VE MADE BETTER.
IT'S ABOUT WHAT YOU'VE GIVEN BACK."
The Paul Englert Memorial Foundation supports the local community through educational advancement opportunities and a commitment to improving public health outcomes.
The Life of Paul Englert
In the fall of 2019, Paul Englert was taken from us when he suffered a massive heart attack. Paul was a family man, an athlete, and a life-long learner. He enjoyed spending time with his wife of 34 years and their two daughters. Paul’s friends and family describe him as a gentle giant who had a great smile that accompanied his sarcastic sense of humor.
Paul’s active lifestyle began when he was young, playing baseball in the alleys of Baltimore City. Through an academic scholarship, Paul attended the Gilman School in Baltimore. During his time at Gilman, he played football, basketball, and baseball. Through school, he was able to cultivate lifelong friendships and learn foundational values that would carry him through life. After high school, Paul attend Yale University where he majored in Economics and continued playing football and baseball. Paul finished his formal education when he received his Masters in Business Administration from Loyola University (Maryland). Paul continued to satisfy his competitive appetite with weekly rounds of golf, up until his passing. The love of family, academics, and athletics were intertwined into his DNA.
As a committed philanthropist, Paul strongly believed in giving to those in need. He gave formally and informally when the opportunities presented themselves--whether that be to family, friends or the local community. He gave with humility and did not expect accolades in return. Aligning with his values, the Paul Englert Memorial Foundation seeks to focus on academia for those less fortunate and health initiatives to improve the longevity of life.
Cannot attend our Annual Golf Tournament but would still like to support the event? Not a problem!
Would you like to contribute to the Paul Englert Memorial Foundation to help us further our mission? Wonderful! We appreciate any and all donations!
APRIL, 19th, 2024
WHO DOES OUR TOURNAMENT BENEFIT?
The proceeds raised from the event will be donated to the Roxana Volunteer Fire Department, the American Heart Association-Selbyville chapter, and educational scholarships for local students.
REGISTER FOR THE GOLF TOURNAMENT
Be sure to register ASAP as space is limited to 130 golfers. The golf tournament includes a Welcome Happy Hour, Longest drive, Closest to the pin, 50/50 Raffle, Mulligans, Silent Auction, and much more!
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We have a variety of sponsorship opportunities available for all. Please be sure to review the Sponsorship Packet and return the form by March 29th to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please contact
Bayside Lady Golfers Niccol Family Trust The Bayside Lady Golfers The Thibeault Family The Harrison Family
The Englert Family The Riel Family The Doged Family The Walsh Family The LaPenna Family
Paul's Guys Gang The Maher Family Rich & Ann Martin The Schuch Family Don and Kathy Armstrong
The Caddigan Family The Galindos Family The DiNoia Family The Harrison Family The Englert Family
The Riel Family The Walsh Family Courtney Quinn & Jeremy Klug Evergreen Electric LLC Gilman School Class 1977
For any inquiries or questions, please directly e-mail email@example.com or fill out the following form.
The Paul Englert Memorial Foundation
P.O. Box 276
Selbyville, DE 19975