the torch Winter 2016, Issue 4 - Page 9

Lee Jarmon Alzheimer’s Pro Am Golf Tournament benefits Baylor AT&T Memory Center This fall Rowland K. Robinson, In 2013, philanthropic support to navigate this complicated, Center, an innovative model of care It was the 28th anniversary of the president of Baylor Health Care launched the Baylor AT&T Memory received a check for $145,000 in that provides important, enhanced Lee Jarmon Alzheimer’s Pro Am Golf diagnose, treat, and provide social, Foundation has been selected as System Foundation, gratefully support of the Baylor AT&T Memory Center. The check represented proceeds from the Lee Jarmon Alzheimer’s Pro Am Golf Tournament at Gleneagles Country Club, chaired by Steve Folsom and Matt Bryan. capabilities and resources to emotional, and spiritual support for patients afflicted with Alzheimer’s and dementia and their families. “Aging is inevitable, but aging well Baylor Scott & White Health serves a is not,” said Rowland. “Thanks to the Texans in North and Central Texas. As organizations like the Lee Jarmon population of more than 9.3 million this population ages, health care providers are challenged to provide medical support for patients afflicted with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. generosity of donors and Golf Tournament, the Memory Center is able to connect patients and families in North Texas with the team, tools and support they need devastating disease.” Tournament and the first year the beneficiary. Lee Jarmon was a successful business and family man who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in the 1980s. For more information about the Baylor AT&T Memory Center, contact Tim Moore at 214.820.7877 or [email protected] David Howe, Elisa Stephens, Matt Bryan, Rowland K. Robinson, Steve Folsom, Kimberly Doyle and Stacy Stephens 9