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Hogan Law Firm Names HPH Hospice Beneficiary of 13th Annual Charitable Fishing Tournament

Tournament Benefits Patients, Families and Bereavement Services of HPH Hospice

The Hogan Law Firm once again announced HPH Hospice as the beneficiary of the 13th Annual Charitable Fishing Tournament, which will take place on Saturday, May 14, 2022 at Bayport Park, 4140 Cortez Boulevard in Spring Hill. Check-in begins at 6:30 a.m.

This year, The Hogan Law Firm dedicated the tournament to Dennis Wilfong, who passed away in August of 2021. He was well-respected and honored by the Hernando County community for his dedication to his family and friends.

“The Hogan Law Firm was one of Dennis’ friends and we all feel his loss acutely,” said Deborah Hogan, senior partner at Hogan Law Firm.

“The firm has had family members, co-workers and clients who have benefited from the humane work of hospice,” said Clifford Taylor, law partner at Hogan Law Firm.

“HPH Hospice has the ability to make such a positive impact on the patients and families in our community,” said Andrea Arflack, director of philanthropy for the Chapters Health Foundation in support of HPH Hospice. “That’s why we are so grateful for the support of Hogan Law Firm and our presenting sponsor, Topline Automotive Engineering Inc., for their commitment to this annual tournament. We’re looking forward to a great Saturday on the water.”

The past ten tournaments have raised more than $230,000 for HPH Hospice. This year’s tournament is a catch, document, and release format with cash prizes up to $1,500. Eligible fish include snook, redfish, and spotted sea trout. After the competition, anglers and their families can enjoy a silent auction and awards dinner, catered by Weeki Wachee Candy Co.

Anglers can register online at www.chaptershealth.org/foundation/hogan-fishing/ or onsite between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. on the day of the tournament. Anglers can track the tournament leaderboard through the tournament app.

About HPH Hospice

HPH Hospice, an affiliate of Chapters Health System, is a community-based, not-for-profit organization that supports patients in Hernando, Pasco and Citrus counties. Since 1984, HPH Hospice has been committed to excellent service through compassionate care, accountability, respect, integrity and the goal of excelling through teamwork to maximize quality of life.

About Chapters Health Foundation

Chapters Health Foundation is a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit organization committed to supporting Chapters Health System, a progressive leader in home health, palliative care, hospice, and grief support. Chapters Health Foundation provides more than $7.4 million annually to help offset the accumulated costs of unfunded and underfunded programming including but not limited to charity care, helping to meet the needs of patients and families who cannot afford hospice services. Chapters Health Foundation also provides $1.3 million in funding for the provision of grief support across Chapters Health and in 2020, provided more than $1 million to assist with underfunded pediatric and adult palliative care services. o learn more, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn.

About the Hogan Law Firm

Founded in 1989, the Hogan Law Firm, with offices in Brooksville and Spring Hill, has a team of attorneys practicing in a broad range of legal disciplines including: business entity formation and compliance, business litigation, business sale and acquisitions, child custody and divorce, civil litigation, criminal defense, eminent domain, estate planning, local government law, personal injury, probate, guardianship and trust administration, and real estate transactions and closings. More details about the Firm are available at www.hoganlawfirm.com.


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Austin Mudd

Media Relations Specialist

Chapters Health System

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