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Heath Foundation golf tournament postponed

Bermuda Health Foundation has postponed this Saturday's annual golf tournament out of respect for the late Junior Maynard Dill, who will be laid on the same day.

Mr Dill, chairman of the PLP and a BIU stalwart, died on September 3.

“Mr. Dill was an avid golfer and on many occasions participated in our golf tournament,” said Philip Butterfield, chairman of Bermuda Health Foundation. “On behalf of my brothers, Dr Ewart Brown and Vincent Hollinsid, and Charles Brown, I wish to extend condolences to Mr Dill's wife and family and, of course, his PLP family.

Saturday's event at the Belmont Hill GC would have been the 14th year the tournament has been held. A rescheduled date will be announced in the near future.

Former PLP party chairman, the late Maynard Dill. This Saturday's Bermuda Health Foundation golf tournament has been postponed on his honour

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Published September 12, 2016 at 3:56 pm (Updated September 12, 2016 at 3:56 pm)

Heath Foundation golf tournament postponed

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