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Golfers, don’t miss the chance to play one of the midwest’s most highly rated courses and support the Mission of the Reggie White Sleep Disorders Foundation as Philips Respironics hosts the 4th Annual “Reggie” on Tuesday, Sept. 21, at the 5-star rated Hawks View Golf Club in Lake Geneva, Wis.

For just $700 per foursome, you can enjoy a sensational day of golf, mingling with celebrities, great food, a dynamite auction, and most importantly helping a great cause!  Each foursome will be matched with a celebrity golfer from the worlds of sports, television and radio, or with a Wisconsin golf pro who can offer you tips to improve your game as you play a spectacular course.  To check out Hawks View, please click here.

Among the celebrities already signed up to play are former Green Bay Packers star fullback William Henderson and former Packer and now golf long drive champion Bill Schroeder.  Bill will also put on a special Trick Shot and Long Drive Exhibition sponsored by Advanced Ear Nose and Throat Specialists of Milwaukee.  Additional celebrities include Milwaukee Wave Head Coach Keith Tozer, Milwaukee Panthers Head Basketball Coach Rob Jeter, Stephanie Sutton of WISN-TV Sports, Golf radio host Chuck Garbedian, former Wisconsin Badger football stars Derek Engler, Jamie Vanderveldt and Tarek Saleh, former Marquette University and Los Angeles Laker star Tony Smith, and a group from Todays TMJ4 that includes Susan Kim, Lance Allan, Brian Gotter, and Heather Shannon.

For more information or to sign up for the event, please click here.

And by the way, we’ve decided that having a thunderstorm in the middle of the event last year wasn’t such a great idea, so we’ll be skipping that this time around!

Steve Gardner

Executive Director


“When It’s My Time, I Want to Die in My Sleep,” an educational video about obstructive sleep apnea, is available free of charge from the Reggie White Sleep Disorders Research & Education Foundation.  The 8 1/2 minute video focuses on sleep apnea — what it is, how it is diagnosed and treated, and who is at risk.

The video was made possible by a grant from the National Football League Retired Players Association.  It has already been distributed to all NFL teams, and is available to Arena League teams, college and high school teams, and any person who has an interest in sleep apnea.

The video can be obtained by contacting me at   Please be sure to include your name and mailing address.  Please,  just one copy per request.

You may also preview the video on the home page of the Foundation’s website.

Steve Gardner, Executive Director

Reggie White Sleep Disorders Research& Education Foundation