2021 Tournament Winners
1st place - Scarpelli Funeral Home
Nick Noechel, Steve Weiswnmiller, Matthew Scarpelli and Cory McCarty
2nd place - RD Pools
Jim Torrington, Roy Diehl, Zack Barton, and Herb Barmoy
3rd place - Kazazic Team
Arnel Kazazic, Curtis Deter, Jeff Deter, and William Curtis
2020 Tournament Winners
1st Place: Allstate Insurance Team
Bill Bond, Eric Johnson, Joe Marsh, Chip Harvey
2nd Place: The Shoemake Family
Rob Shoemake, Dave Shoemake, Ryan Shoemake, and Randy Shoemake
3rd Place: The Rickelmann Team
Marty Rickelmann, Steven Rickelmann, Andy Salonish and Ed Golden
2019 Tournament Winners
Player #2 Dustin Cummings (not pictured)
Player #3 Ryan Shoemake (not pictured)
Player #4 Randy Shoemake (not pictured)
2018 Tournament Winners
RD Pools & Spas
Adam Mandell, Jim Torrington, Roy Diehl, and Bill Barton
Pauline & Team Pauline's Posse
Our Mom, Pauline College, has been suffering with this disease since 2009. It is heartbreaking to see a once very independent, vibrant and energetic person not able to do the simplest tasks. Although she has lost her memory, our primary goal is to ensure she is happy and well taken care of.
Mom was the consummate caregiver. Throughout her life she gave to her community: volunteering at the American Red Cross, working at a group home for girls, soliciting donations for the United Way and always giving clothes, money and her time to those in need.
Today, over 47 million people across the world are living with Alzheimer's with more than 15 million caregivers generously dedicating themselves to their care. These numbers will only continue to rise unless we take action.
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