The Aaron Redd Foundation Presents
Friday, 9 October 2020
The CG Classic 2020 - year 4
We are happy to announce that we will play through on Friday, 9 October.
Early October is a lovely time in Virginia and we hope you can join us. Stay Healthy People.
Due to COVID19 we will have measures in place to minimize contact and adhere to the State & CDC guidelines.
Go here to learn What to Expect at CG Classic this year
Thank you for continuing to support our efforts to make a difference in projects that honor Aaron's legacy. Each year we will continue to support programs and opportunities that inspire leadership, honor and respect.
8:00 am – 9:30 am
Opening Ceremonies / Tournament Photo
Shotgun Start/Captains Choice
2:30 pm Grab & Go lunch
LET'S SUPPORT SOME GREAT CauSES
The Aaron Redd Foundation will continue to honor the United States Coast Guard in memory of Seaman Aaron N. Redd, Company Delta 193, by supporting the CG Chief Petty Officers Association. The new Aaron Redd Award provides a financial award to Active Duty Coast Guardsmen, Active Duty Coast Guard Reservists and their dependents who are pursuing continued education or job certification training.
The Board of Directors of the Foundation has chosen the Semper K9 organization as our Charity of Choice for the CG Classic. Combat veteran founded and operated, Semper K9’s mission is to enhance the quality of life for wounded, critically ill and injured members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families by providing them assistance dogs. Using rescued and donated dogs we provide service dogs for psychiatric alert and mobility challenges free of charge to wounded service members.
Thank you Nancy Colon for always capturing the heart of this event.
A Note from the Family
Aaron had a dream to be a Coast Guardsman. He wanted to save lives and be part of something bigger than himself. On 28 June, 2016, he began that dream when he and his fellow Recruits set foot on the grounds of the Cape May Training Center in New Jersey. He was ready to serve his Country.
Only a few days later, due to complications from the Sickle Cell Trait, he collapsed on the training course. On 6 July with his family and new Coast Guard family by his bedside, Aaron passed away. By donating his heart, Aaron was able to fulfill his purpose as a Coastie and save a life.
Aaron was larger than life. He was witty, loyal, and committed to excellence; and we will miss him every moment of every day. His family and friends have experienced first-hand, the love and support of the Coast Guard family. From the moment Aaron was admitted to the hospital, until his final day on Earth, the Coast Guard stood guard over him. On 19 August, posthumously, Aaron became an honorary graduate of Delta Company 193, earned the Rank of Seaman, and is forever a U.S. Coast Guardsman. Today, he has an Eagle’s-eye view and stands guard over all those he loved.
This Gold Star Family established the Aaron Redd Foundation on what would have been his 23rd birthday, January 19, 2018. Thank you for continuing to support our efforts to make a difference in projects that honor Aaron's legacy. Each year, we will continue to support programs and opportunities that inspire leadership, honor and respect.
We are grateful to our entire extended family and faithful friends for supporting us on our journey to celebrate Aaron’s life – now and always. We appreciate your kindness and generosity by playing and sponsoring in the tournament. Our hearts are full.
Eileen, Frank and Evan Redd
If you have any questions please feel free to email us at
The Aaron Redd Foundation
2017 Gifted the Coast Guard Enlisted Memorial Foundation $15,000
2018 Gifted the Coast Guard Family Assistance Fund and Fisher House $10,000
2019 Gifted the Boulder Crest Retreat Organization and started the Aaron Redd Award $10,000