The SNJGA Honors Noah MacFawn With an Annual Volunteer Award
Noah Macfawn touched many lives. He found great fulfillment in giving back and loved his family deeply; his legacy will live on in everyone who knew him, including the SNJGA who are proud to honor him with this award bearing his name – one which will bring back fond memories as an athlete, mentor, and volunteer.
Early Life and Education
Noah MacFawn was an inspiration to everyone he encountered, positively impacting his community with every encounter and giving more back than he took in return. For these efforts, the Southern New Jersey Golf Association awarded an annual volunteer award in his name. Robert III (Robbie), Dylan and Owen MacFawn remain his legacy today. He is survived by Victoria Heidelmark MacFawn (Vicki), along with their children Robert IV (Rob) Dylan, Owen.
Metro police report that on Town Center Drive in the southwest valley, 21-year-old Anthony Hemme was involved in a motorcycle crash and tragically lost his life Friday afternoon near Garden Mist Drive near 215 Beltway. As per Metro police, all lanes of Town Center Drive were closed as a result of this collision which also involved Garden Mist Drive which is just north of 215 Beltway.
Sweet James offers its deepest condolences to the family and friends of Noah Macfawn, who was tragically killed Friday afternoon during a motorcycle accident in Summerlin. The 21-year-old was driving his motorcycle when it collided with another vehicle on Town Center Drive near Garden Mist and just north of 215 Beltway – leaving Town Center Drive closed for hours as police investigated the collision.
Noah earned three varsity letters in golf, was named to both all-league and all-sunrise first teams, won high school sportsmanship awards, and was honored as SNJGA athlete of the year. Additionally, he contributed time and talent to various organizations throughout his life, leaving an indelible mark.