Diamond Bar: Golf Tournament Named After DB Volunteer Jeffrey Lowe


Diamond Bar – At their Jan. 22 meeting, the Walnut-Diamond Bar Sheriff’s Booster Club voted to honor the many years of volunteer service of doctor and Deputy Sheriff, Jeffrey W. Lowe, by dedicating their upcoming April 7 golf tournament in his honor.

Dr. Jeffrey Lowe passed away at just 48-years old, on Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014, of apparent heart failure.  Dr. Lowe held his chiropractic practice in the Albertson’s shopping center on Diamond Bar Boulevard and Grand Avenue for almost 20 years.  He was the current President of the Walnut-Diamond Bar Sheriff’s Booster Club, former Diamond Bar Rotary President, past board member of the Diamond Bar Chamber of Commerce, and a San Bernardino County Sheriff Reserve Deputy for over 20 years, in the patrol and homicide division.

The Sheriff’s Booster Golf Tournament will be held at the Western Hills Country Club in Chino Hills, in Lowe’s honor. The tournament registration will be from 9:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m., and shotguns will start at 11:30 a.m.  An awards luncheon will immediately follow the tournament, where all tee prizes will be given out.  Golf competitions include longest drive, closest to the pin, and hole-in-one.

Sponsorship opportunities include: Platinum sponsor for $3,000, Gold sponsor for $2,000, and Silver sponsor for $1,000.  Additional sponsorship opportunities include soft drink/beer car sponsors ($1,000), hole-in-one sponsor ($500), closest to the pin sponsor ($400), goodie bag sponsor ($500), tee sign sponsor ($100), and the cost for a single player to golf is $100.

For more information about this tournament, please contact the volunteer coordinator, Sgt. Mark Saldacke, at (909) 595-2264 or Booster Club Member, Gil Rivera, at (909) 967-4525.