What ForeTrost is All About
ForeTrost benefits the Gregory James Trost Memorial Gift at Regis High School. Though we lost Greg on 9/11, the memory of his warm spirit and enduring friendship lives on in the hearts of those close to him, as well as in the memorial gift established by his family at Greg’s alma mater, Regis High School.
It’s hard to believe it has been twenty years since the tragic events of September 11th. We are proud to be continuing the tradition of ForeTrost as we get everyone together for good times, great laughs and a few drinks.
"Think where man's glory begins and ends, and say my glory was I had such friends." - W.B. Yeats
ForeTrost is very much a part of Greg's legacy.
An event that has been such a great support to those who knew and loved him.
They say that time heals all wounds, but we believe it is love that heals all. It is the love that you share with one another and the love you shared with the person you have lost. Greg was the type of son, brother and friend who in his short time here with us somehow managed to give so much of his love and spirit.
Greg's infectious laughter rings clear in the ears of all who knew him or have grown to know him, as if he were beside us still today. We believe his memory is kept so clear by those who knew him best not giving into their own sorrow, but instead celebrating Greg's life in events like ForeTrost.
Greg was an amazing person who lived and loved life to its fullest. To be consumed with his loss would be a disservice to his memory. Anyone who knew him would be hard pressed to tell you a story about him without invoking a smile or laughter. Greg was a gift and as such he remains with us all today and always.
Greg's mass card read:
nor speak of me with tears...
But laugh and talk of me as though I were beside you.
I loved you so...
'Twas heaven here with you."
"The 18 hole championship course is built on a reclaimed sand mine against the water... Some interesting features: a bluff was stabilized with teeing areas that step up the slope; three holes have split fairways allowing a choice off the tee and entry to the greens; holes 12 &13 sit on an area that was used for tailings from the mine and look very similar to a western course. Hurdzan has again paid his respects to the environment by working around wetlands, adding tall fescues, habitat boxes for birds, and generally letting the original features guide him. The latest turf grasses were used on fairways, greens, and rough..." - Powers Golf Guide
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