John Joseph MurrayJohn Joseph Murray was the founder of Jack's Putt for Progress and a broker in New York City. He was an honor student at Salesianum. He was an athlete, playing baseball, basketball, lacrosse, hockey and golf. He was also a strong swimmer, serving as a Long Island lifeguard, often leading dangerous ocean rescues.
Following graduation from Boston College in 1990, John began a career as a broker for Cantor Fitzgerald. In 1997, he launched "Putt for Progress," a foundation devoted to raising money for scleroderma research. It was renamed in his memory after his death, and continues as "Jack's Putt for progress".
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