Foundation Events

 Bill Read Golf Classic

2018 Bill Read Golf Classic
August 25th, 2018
This year will mark the 25th Anniversary of starting this scholarship fund
More details to come

Each year over 30 teams from the community come play 18 holes at the Coffeyville Country Club to raise money for the Bill Read Medical Scholarship Fund.

The Coffeyville Regional Medical Center Foundation is a not-for-profit tax exempt corporation formed to secure gifts to financially support the goals and continue the programs and medical excellence of Coffeyville Regional Medical Center. The Bill Read Golf Classic was created to raise monies for the Dr. William Read Scholarship Fund. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance to area medical students who are committed to practicing medicine in the community of Coffeyville.

The 2017 Bill Read event raised approximately $14,000 for the Dr. William Read Medical Scholarship.  The top teams in each flight received awards and were recognized following the tournament.

2017 Awards

“A” Flight:

  • 1st Place – Jason Finley, Greg Fox, Phil Hucke, Russell Tomey
  • 2nd Place – Mike Ewy, Jay Herkelman, Paul Kritz, Monte Coffman
  • 3rd Place – Chad, Craig and Dana Schlorholtz, Joe Barker

“B” Flight:

  • 1st Place – Ben Viets, Chris Cornell, Neil Osborn, John Lindesmith
  • 2nd Place – Shane & Paula Schabel, David Frank, Tamara Christian
  • 3rd Place – Tyler Roush, Tracy Woods, Dustin Cain, Eric wood

“C” Flight:

  • 1st Place – Wade, Mike and Robin Lamb, Mike Pendelton
  • 2nd Place – Mark and Brenda Stallsmith, Benny & Kay Yeubanks
  • 3rd Place – Marlon Thronburg, Ryan McCune, Jeff Morris, Chad Barnhart

Additional awards were given for:

  • Marge Read Neese Award for Women’s Longest Putt – Jamie Pool
  • Women’s Longest Drive – Mary Freedle
  • Men’s Longest Drive – Jeff Morris
  • Senior Men’s Longest Drive – Bill Teel

 Tree of Hope

During the holiday season, honor your loved ones with an angel on the Tree of Hope at Coffeyville Regional Medical Center. The Tree of Hope lights the front lobby of the hospital throughout the month of December. For each donation in honor or memory of your special person, an angel inscribed with their name will be placed on the Tree of Hope.

5K Spring Chicken Fun Run & Walk

Saturday, March 31, 2018
Check -In: 7:30am ( Corner of 4th and Wilkie, across the street from the Main Entrance of Coffeyville Regional Medical Center)
8:30am – 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk
9:00am – Will start the 5K
More details to come

During  spring, the foundation hosts a 5K run.  This 5K run/ walk is a fundraiser for the foundation to raise monies for equipment throughout the hospital. This past year the money raised went to the Women’s health Department.

On Saturday April 15, 2017 over 125 runners and walkers filled the streets on the west side of Coffeyville and participated in the Coffeyville Regional Medical Center Foundation 5K and 1 Mile Chicken Little Fun Run/Walk.  The Fun Run participants made 2 laps around the CRMC outdoor walking track to complete their mile. The 5K runners ran from CRMC to Community Elementary School to Windsor Place and back to CRMC.

The top finishers for the 1 Mile event were Ava Box (age 9) and Matthew Redden (age 13).  The overall top finishers for the 5K Men’s Division – David Box (41) with a time of 19:16.5 and the 5K Women’s Division – Makenna Kuehn (14) completing in 25:15.8.  Awards were also given to top male and female participants in each age group including Dane DeTar, Ashlyn Davis, Jacob Caffrey, Jordan Stafford, Mitch Buoy, Chelsie Angel, Shelby McDonald, Jennifer Kastler, Dean Hayse, Shelly Ryden, Jim Criswell, Heidi Key, Richard Golden, and Donna Schnoor.

All proceeds from the event will benefit the Coffeyville Regional Medical Center Women’s Health Services Department.  The CRMC Foundation would like to thank the participants, sponsors, and volunteers for making this even possibly. Thank you to the CRMC EMS Department and the Coffeyville Police Department for their assistance in providing a safe environment for all of the participants.


If you would like more information or to be involved in any of these events or activities please contact the Foundation office at or 620-252-1674.