Prosperity Life Group Sponsors The Danielle Kirrane Memorial Golf Outing

On September 20, 2023, at the scenic Dyker Beach Golf Course in Brooklyn, NY, Prosperity Life was honored to sponsor the Annual Danielle Kirrane Memorial Golf Outing. This event aims to remember Danielle Kirrane while amplifying the needs of those afflicted with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease).

Colleagues Tatiana Stoupkina, Steven Little, Andrea Hollifield, Jim Kirrane, and Laura Kane helped make the day a success.

A Tribute to Danielle Kirrane

Diagnosed with ALS in the early months of 2018, Danielle Kirrane’s journey was marked by unwavering
determination and resilience against the terminal illness. Her battle, which spanned three courageous
years, ended in 2021, leaving a void in the hearts of her husband, Thomas, and their young daughter,
Annalisa, then 6. In the wake of their loss, The Danielle Kirrane Foundation emerged to honor her legacy
and give back to the community of first responders who supported the Kirrane family throughout the
multi-year journey. The foundation benefits the ALS Association of Greater New York, and also seeks to
directly uplift local first responders and their families facing the daunting challenges of ALS, brain
cancer, and other grave illnesses.

The Third Annual Danielle Kirrane Memorial Golf Outing

Prosperity life is proud to sponsor the Danielle Kirrane Memorial Golf Outing, now in its third year.
Nearly 150 local golfers joined the cause, many of whom were firefighters, first responders and
community members who knew Danielle personally. Prosperity Life warmly welcomed clients, trade
partners, and dedicated colleagues to participate and to learn more about ALS.

Jim Kirrane, Danielle’s father-in-law who recently retired from Prosperity Life as SVP, Head of Annuity
Distribution said, “This golf tournament is an opportunity for us to come together and remember
Danielle’s vibrant spirit. She was an incredible force for good in her lifetime, and we can help inspire
others with her name and story. It was an emotional day, seeing everyone there to honor her memory,
and knowing the kind of impact the money raised will have on the lives of people in our community
affected by ALS. I’d like to thank every participant, donor, and supporter for making this event a beacon
of hope for many.”