Welcome to the 20th Annual NMFH Golf Classic
The National Museum of Funeral History (NMFH) proudly announces its 20th Annual Golf Classic to be held Monday, May 19th at 9 a.m. at the Kingwood Country Club in Houston, Texas. This five-man scramble tournament provides an excellent opportunity to network and socialize with cemetery and funeral professionals and executives from across the country, as well as support the NMFH. In 2013, over 110 sponsors and 415 players supported the fundraiser. Join us for a Sponsor Appreciation Cocktail Party on May 18th 5-8pm at the National Museum of Funeral History. Guests will enjoy entertainment amongst the exhibits of the museum and have the opportunity to enjoy hand-rolled cigars in our exclusive cabana outside. Guests can begin their bids on the silent auction items, check-in early for the tournament, and purchase raffle & mulligans tickets.
The NMFH is the nation’s largest collection of funeral service artifacts, housing exhibits in its 30,500 square foot building just outside of Houston. This past year, we added the new items to several of our exhibits to add to our growing collections. “Thanks for the Memories,” which features pop culture icons such as Frank Sinatra and Michael Jackson continues to change as our icons pass away. We are proud to house the largest collection of Papal artifacts outside the Vatican, which we have updated with the “Sainting” of Pope John Paul II. Working with the Vatican, Smithsonian Institution, and other associations, we continue to expand and refine our collection as a non-profit organization, the NMFH can only continue to preserve the rich heritage of the funeral industry though the support of friends like you. All contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.
I would like to thank you in advance for your support for the Museum and Golf Classic. I hope to see you at the Sponsor's Appreciation Cocktail Party and then on the greens for the 20th Annual NMFH Golf Classic! If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Genevieve Keeney, Museum President at (281) 876-3063 or me personally at (713) 525-9081.
Robert M. Boetticher, Sr.