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John Reitman

By John Reitman

Golf course owner-operator killed in accident

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A gofundme account has been established to benefit Adam Schloer's wife and daughter.

Adam Schloer was so passionate about golf and the business world that he bought and ran his own course.

Schloer, the owner operator of nine-hole Heritage Creek Golf Club in Jamison, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, died April 20 after, according to reports, he was involved in an on-course accident at Heritage Creek.

Schloer was a native of Norristown, Pennsylvania. He was 36.

A gofundme account has been established by his brother and sister-in-law to benefit his wife, Caitlin, and daughter, Norella. To date, more than $30,000 has been raised for his family.

A graduate of Shippensburg University, where he earned a degree in business administration, Schloer had a keen interest in business, according to his obituary, which eventually led him to combine two of his passions when he bought a golf course.

As a golf course owner and operator with a business degree, Schloer learned turfgrass management on the job.

According to his memorial, he had a varied array of interests, including spending time with family and friends, camping, canoeing trips, the Philadelphia Flyers, collecting Zippo lighters and playing board games.

Other survivors include brother, Ryan Schloer (Krista); sister, Katie Schloer (Chris Liptrot); parents, Craig and Felicia Schloer; mother-in-law, Leigh Ann Akers; father-in-law, James Akers (Paula); and numerous other relatives.

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