Sean Kimerling’s memory lives on at 13th annual golf tournament to raise testicular cancer awareness

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EAST NORWICH, N.Y. -- Thirteen years ago, PIX11 sports anchor Sean Kimerling passed away from testicular cancer. He was only 37.

The Sean Kimerling Testicular Cancer Foundation was established in his memory and every year, a celebrity golf outing and dinner is held to raise awareness for the disease.

Dozens of family and friends attended the tournament this year, which was held at the Muttontown County Club in East Norwich honoring Superbowl MVP and Giant great Ottis "O.J." Anderson.

More than $1 million has been raised by the foundation in an effort to raise awareness of the disease.

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