The Innsbrook Owners Association is proud to present the 39th Annual Innsbrook Classic Golf Tournament,
in support of St. Joseph’s Villa

We look forward to hosting you again in June at the Federal Club for the 2023 Innsbrook Classic. Last year’s event was a great success, and we look forward to having another great day on the course raising money for the students and families we serve.

About St. Joseph’s Villa
St. Joseph’s Villa is the longest continuously serving nonprofit for children in the United States, open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week since 1834. For the past 39 years, the Innsbrook Classic has helped change the lives of more than 3,000 children and families each year through integrated support services on our campus and in the community. Learn more.

Who We Serve
We serve children and families facing homelessness, autism and developmental disabilities, mental illness, special education needs, and other challenges. Our passion is helping them reach their potential and live fuller, more independent lives. No matter what, we never stop believing in them.

In Memoriam
Dean Squires (1954-2022)

This year, the Innsbrook Classic will be played in memory of one of our dedicated tournament committee members, Dean Squires, who passed away on June 17th, 2022.

Dean SquiresA servant leader, Dean was always willing to help others and to put their needs before his own, a characteristic that defined his life at work, at home, and in service to his community. Dean was the friend who would give you a ride, buy you a meal or show up at your door when trouble came calling.

In 1997, Dean joined the Richmond office of Highwoods as director of property management. Highwoods is a real estate investment trust that owns many of the office buildings at Innsbrook Office Park in Henrico County. This was the community where Dean worked for 25 years, making many friends, while keeping buildings well-maintained and tenants happy. Promoted to senior director of asset management, Dean loved his job and served as a mentor to many colleagues.

Despite his busy schedule, Dean always found time for a round of golf with friends. He loved the game, although he never felt he truly conquered it. A kind, generous, and compassionate man, Dean did conquer the game of life if not his cancer. He found joy in loving and caring for others, and this legacy impacted many lives.

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