Mascaro-sponsored Memorial Charity Golf Tournament Raises $100,000 for Lower Providence First Responders

Lower Providence, Chairman Board of Supervisors, Peter MacFarland, Mary Mascaro, Cindy Powell, Susan Lee Mascaro, Jim Salveson and Patrick Duffy, Lower Providence Township Supervisor, photographed holding a donation of $100,000 by Waste Hauler J.P. Mascaro & Sons to the Lower Providence Town Fire and EMS departments at the Angela “Angie” Salveson Charity Golf Outing on Sunday September 29, 2019.

September 29, 2019 was a good day for the Lower Providence Township Fire Department and Emergency Medical Services Department.  Each department received a $50,000 donation, for a total of $100,000, from money raised at the Angela “Angie” Salveson Memorial Charity Golf Tournament at the Club at Shannondell sponsored by local waste company J. P. Mascaro & Sons.

           Susan Lee Mascaro, wife of Mascaro company president, Pat Mascaro, chaired the Memorial Golf Tournament in memory of her mother, Angie Salveson, who for many years was an active EMS member and who passed away four years ago.

            Known for her spunky demeanor and ability to brighten up every room she entered, Angie’s family and the Mascaro corporation felt that the Angie Salveson Memorial Charity Golf Tournament was the perfect idea to combine her caring personality and devotion to golf with the privilege of raising needed funds for two Township organizations that are critical to the safety and well-being of the Lower Providence community.

  “My mother was a warm, fun-loving person who cared deeply about her community,” said Susan Lee Mascaro.  “She discovered the joys of golf later in her life and it quickly became her passion.  We all concluded that a golf tournament benefitting two important Township service organizations would be a great way to honor her memory,” added Mascaro.

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