Who was Patrick Savage and why do we do this event:


The son of Jo and John Savage, Patrick grew up in Napa.  He attended Browns Valley Elementary, Redwood Middle School, Justin Siena High School and San Francisco State University.  After college, in 2004, Patrick worked at Rutherford Grill.  One evening after work, Patrick stopped to grab drinks with some co-workers and friends to celebrate the Holidays.  On his way home Patrick, who was driving, along with a friend got in a solo car accident on Highway 29 between Yountville and Napa, CA. Patrick was killed instantly and his friend was severely injured but survived. On examination Patrick’s blood alcohol level was determined to be above the legal limit.  As a family, we feel it is important to bring awareness to the issue of drinking and driving so that no other family experiences this unnecessary loss. Patrick was a leader and did so many great things and touched many lives in just 22 years. We utilize these funds to continue to give others opportunities to be leaders in our community and to be safe on their graduation night.   The Savage Family



 All proceeds of this Memorial Fund will go to:

Promote and help fund Grad Night for all graduates of all Napa High Schools.

A high school scholarship for a graduating senior showing leadership qualities during their high school years.

To help fund scholarships for various youth leadership camps and programs for youth & counsellors.

Following Pat’s death over $15,000 was raised and when his father John passed away another $5000.00 was added to the fund. Over the years we continue to add to these scholarship monies mainly through our “99" tournament. We thank you all for your continued support both financially for the scholarship funds and emotionally for the entire Savage family. Patrick brought a wide variety of friends together following his death, and how rewarding it is for us that we all continue to come together to remember and support the causes that he loved. He would love to be at this Tournament Night...and brag that he would “Crimp” you all.

The winner of the tournament will take home a $100 cash prize, along with the title of "99 Champion of 2018!"