Sterling Medical Devices Sponsors Depuy Synthes Golf Outing Fundraiser

Author: Dan Sterling | Date: October 19, 2016

Synthes Golf Outing Fundraiser

On September 19, 2016, Sterling Medical Devices sponsored and participated in Depuy Synthes 3rd Annual fundraiser event.. The proceeds from the golf outing fundraiser at the Honeybrook Golf Club in Pennsylvania went to the United Way of Chester County to benefit the local community. We are happy to support Depuy Synthes, a subsidiary of Johnson and Johnson in their efforts to support the community. Sterling Medical Devices event participants included Erik Hilliard (Director of Business development at Sterling), Nick Oshman (Engineering Manager), and Ben Holt (Engineering Manager).

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