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Pennsylvania course owner dies in on-course accident

By |  May 4, 2023 0 Comments

Adam Schloer, 36, died on April 20 after an on-course accident. He was the owner of Heritage Creek Golf Course, a 9-hole public course, in Jamison, Pa.

A memorial fund is set up for Schloer on to support his wife and his 3-year-old daughter. It continues to raise money, currently at $33,000, surpassing its original $20,000 goal. It reads, “Adam touched so many people’s lives during his time here. He was so loved and will be forever remembered and missed every day. Many hearts are broken and grieving the loss of such an incredible human. The gratitude we have for any assistance received to help memorialize Adam and care for his daughter in the difficult time ahead is immeasurable, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.”

Schloer graduated from Methacton High School, Eagleville, Pa. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Shippensburg (Pa.) University.

“Adam was an owner, superintendent and valued customer to Frost,” said Ken Rost, CEO of Frost. “We helped map his course for spraying with his GPS sprayer. It was evident by the level of detail he wanted in his maps that he knew every blade of grass at Heritage Creek. It was also evident that along with his dedication to being a good steward, he enjoyed what he was doing.”

According to his obituary, Scholer’s interests were in business, but he had a passion for golf. This passion led him to manage Heritage Creek where he fell in love with turf management and golf course sustainability. Schloer’s favorite thing about working at Heritage Creek was the people, which he considered an extension of his family.

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