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Annual Golf Outing – This Year’s Honorees

Meet our honorees:

Our major and most enjoyable fundraiser is our annual golf event. It will be held in the Spring this year offering a full day of fun, prizes, meals and golf. It will be held at Glen Cove’s own waterfront golf course. Tee off is at 12 noon and a box lunch and beverages are provided. After the golf, cocktails and dinner are provided at “The Metropolitan” in Glen Cove. Music, raffles and a Chinese Auction are the highlights of the evening. Your participation is for a great cause as it benefits the Senior Center in Glen Cove.

We are proud to be Honoring:

Linda Thompson
Past Chairperson

Linda Thompson

Linda was born in 1944 and was raised in Omaha, Nebraska with her parents Norma and James Thompson and her sister Suzanne. During Linda’s teens and early twenties, she held various jobs at the Nebraska Methodist Hospital. In 1967, Linda started working for Avis Car Rental (Avis) at the Omaha Airport. During her tenure with Avis, Linda was transferred to Denver and ultimately landed her final transfer to Glen Cove in 1976, where she held various positions in the IT Department. During this time, Linda became very connected to the Glen Cove Senior Center (Center), in addition to many various departments in the City of Glen Cove. She was a member of the Beautification Committee, the Senior Advisory Board, and drove medical transportation for the Center. In 2005, at the inception of the SAGE Foundation, Linda volunteered to run their golf outing. In 2006, Linda retired from Avis after 38 years and continued to run the outings until 2021. To this day, Linda continues to donate her time as a volunteer for the outing along with volunteering in the Center’s Adult Day Program.

Brian Simmons
Retired Detective of the GCPD

Brian Simmons

Brian Simmons is a life-long Glen Cove resident. He attended Glen Cove High School where he graduated in 1985. He then attended The University at Albany. He was a member of the Glen Cove Police Department for 29 years until he retired in 2019. He is a member of the Recreation Commission for the City of Glen Cove. He is married to his wife for 17 years. They have 4 children Angel, Cimone, Candra and Brooke.

Tony Jimenez
Director of Glen Cove Veteran Affairs

Tony Jimenez

Tony Jimenez is a veteran who served in Vietnam, 1st Cavalry Inventory, earning the Purple Heart, Commendation Medal for Valor, the Combat Infantry Badge, Air Medal and the Vietnam Gallantry Medal with two Bronze Stars. Jimenez was honorably discharged in 1971 and from 1974-2001, worked as a Technician at the Glen Cove Hospital. From 1988-2001 Jimenez worked as a New York State Court Officer and was awarded the Medal of Honor for Heroism, Three Medical Life Saving Awards and initiated statewide implementation of automated external defibrillators in all courthouses. In addition, from 2001-2017 Jimenez was the Deputy Commissioner of Jurors for Nassau County and has been the Director of Veterans Affairs for the City of Glen Cove since 2017. Jimenez is heavily involved with the Glen Cove community being elected as a City Councilman from 2000-2014 and again in 2015. Jimenez is involved in many organizations such as but not limited to Glen Cove EMS, Kiwanis, Youth Bureau, Glen Cove Interagency Council, Glen Cove Age Friendly Advisory Board and the American Legion Post.

You can register to attend the June Golf Classic Tournament 2024 today by clicking below:

If you are unable to attend the golf outing on June 3 but would like to make a donation towards the event, that is also greatly appreciated. You can donate online by clicking below:

If you prefer to mail in your donation, click below to see our PDF invitation with mail-in details: