Golf Tournament Supports Forever Footprints

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Golf Tournament Supports Forever Footprints

Forever Footprints, an organization dedicated to support, education and remembrance of those impacted by the death of a baby in pregnancy or infancy, is proud to announce the 2nd Annual Golf to Remember Tournament sponsored by White Nelson Diehl Evans LLP, to be held on Thursday, July 17, at Oak Creek Golf Club, beginning with a 1 p.m. shot-gun start.

White Nelson Diehl Evans has been a supporter of Forever Footprints since the organization’s founding in 2005. Mark F. von Rotz, partner, sits on the Advisory Board of Forever Footprints, and his wife Kristyn is its co-founder. Their son, Joseph, died at birth in 2004.

“We are and will continue to be a proud supporter of this great organization,” stated Dave Doran, Managing Partner of WNDE.

If you are interested in participating in the golf tournament or would like to make a donation please visit


Forever Footprints was originally founded as OC Walk to Remember in 2005 by two moms who had experienced the death of their babies. Kristyn von Rotz and Lyndsey McLaughlan started the organization as a small walk with 100 participants. Thanks to the work of many passionate families, sponsors, employees, volunteers and supporters, the organization has now grown into a multifacted nonprofit organization that has served more than 10,000 people. In 2014, the name changed from OC Walk to Remember to Forever Footprints to reflect the many ways the organization now serves families, through our three missions of services: support, education and remembrance. The OC Walk to Remember name will remain with the annual flagship event, the OC Walk to Remember Memorial Service, 5K Walk and Celebration of Angels.

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