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Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation Announces Golf Classic Co-Chairs

March 4, 2015

Middletown, NY – Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation is pleased to announce Raymond P. VanVoorhis and Jake Kriney as Co-Chairs of its 2014 Annual Golf Classic which will take place on Monday, June 22, 2015. Renowned as one of the region’s finest golf outings, this 24th annual tournament will benefit expanding cancer care services at ORMC and help to develop a comprehensive cancer center.

The widely popular tournament will be held at West Hills Country Club and Wallkill Golf Course, both located in Middletown. The spectacular event will conclude with a celebratory dinner and awards ceremony at West Hills Country Club.

Mr. VanVoorhis is a Partner with Liscum McCormack VanVoorhis LLP, a design-oriented architectural firm located in Poughkeepsie, New York. The partnership was formed in 1987 to provide professional services in architecture, interior design and space/land planning. Mr. VanVoorhis is a Registered Architect in New York and New Jersey. He attended New York Institute of Technology and earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree. Mr. VanVoorhis is a Professional Affiliate of the American Institute of Architects – Westchester/Mid-Hudson Chapter and sits on the Dutchess Community College Architectural Advisory Committee. He is on the Mill Street Loft Board of Directors and the Fishkill Rural Cemetery Board of Trustees.

Mr. Kriney specializes in real estate development and is a partner in JCA Hotels. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Syracuse University. Mr. Kriney has owned and developed several hotels including the Super 8 Motel in Amherst, NY and the Holiday Inn Express in Chester, NY. Mr. Kriney is presently developing sites with mixed-use components, bringing together retail, food and hotel accommodations in the Middletown area. Current projects include a Home2 Suites hotel and a 120-unit Hampton Inn in Sullivan County. He is also a partner in the Holiday Inn Express and Holiday Inn, Danbury, CT and the Quality Inn, Waterbury, CT. Mr. Kriney is a past foundation member of John S. Burke Catholic High School and Vice President of the former Orange County Golf Club. He resides in Goshen with his wife Christy and children. “This year, the Annual Golf Classic will benefit Orange Regional’s cancer program. Nearly everyone has been impacted by cancer, either personally or through a loved one. Our goal is to enhance the terrific oncology services the hospital provides to our community.” Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation President Bill Dauster said.

Various levels of sponsorship packages are available for this year’s tournament. With their round of golf, golfers receive delicious breakfast, a golf cart, full lunch and an appreciation gift, as well as a tremendous golfers’ hour and buffet dinner at the awards ceremony.

Designated as a Comprehensive Community Cancer Center with commendation by the American College of Surgeon’s Commission on Cancer, Orange Regional Medical Center’s Spagnoli Family Cancer Center offers the latest in diagnostic and cancer-fighting technologies, including robotic surgery and the most advanced radiation therapy technology. ORMC oncology services provide several treatment options and procedures for all stages of cancer, without having to travel outside the area.

To learn more about the sponsorship opportunities available, please call the Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation at 845-333-2333 or visit www.ormc.org/golf.

Orange Regional Medical Center is a member of the Greater Hudson Valley Health System.

Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation’s Golf Committee Co-Chairs from L to R: Raymond P. VanVoorhis and Jake Kriney.
Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation’s Golf Committee Co-Chairs from L to R: Raymond P. VanVoorhis and Jake Kriney.

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