Charity Golf Tournament to Benefit Family Impacted by Death of National Guard Pilot

FALMOUTH – The Lee Ann Mannillo Foundation will dedicate the majority of the proceeds from this year’s golf tournament to a family devastated by the loss of an Army National Guard pilot.

Scott Landis, 34, briefly returned from a deployment in Kosovo after the death of his father and died in a plane crash last month while attempting to spread his father’s ashes. His brother was also paralyzed in the crash. Landis also left behind a wife Staci and infant son Jack.

Landis was a dedicated member of the Massachusetts Army National Guard and part of Alpha Company Third Battalion, 126th Aviation Regiment, based at Joint Base Cape Cod, where he was the Battalion Aviation Safety Officer and a UH-60 Instructor Pilot.  

He also had been awarded medals for his service in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as several other commendations.

The annual Lee Mannillo Golf Tournament is Saturday, September 22 at Falmouth Country Club.

To register to golf, donate to the Landis family directly, enlist as a sponsor or purchase a ticket to attend the luncheon and raffle, visit

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