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Senior Games

LifeSpan Resources’ Senior Games 2018 was a huge success!

Please join us in June of 2019 for our next Senior Games.

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SENIOR GAMES 2018 KING & QUEEN

Queen – Patty Cress (5 medals)

King – Eugene Freiberger (6 medals)

OLDEST COMPETITORS

Men – Clarence Schaftlein (94 years old)

Women – Florence Renn (94 years old)

2018 Senior Games Winners

DANCE

Waltz

Gold  – Brenda and Gene Drexler

Silver  – Patty Jenks and Charlie Marking

Bronze  – Dolly Adams and Joe Davidson

Twist

Gold – Judy Grismer

Silver – Judith Mimbela

Bronze  – John Grismer

Jitterbug

Gold – Roger and Evi Cross

Silver – Patsy Leach and Patty Cress

Bronze – Raymond Branham and Debra Payton

Two Step

Gold – Bill and Rebecca Resch

Silver – Carolyn Faulkenburg and Richard Darnell

Bronze – Connie and Gerald Dunn

Charleston

Gold – Dolly Adams and Patty Cress

Silver – Debra Payton and Joyce Thomas

Bronze – Jo Thrasher and Brenda Drexler

BOWLING

Men 55-62

Gold – Ben Meeks

Men 63-70

Gold – James Tanner

Silver – Gene Drexler

Bronze – Keith Dant

Men  71-78

Gold – Raymond Branham

Silver – John Hicks

Bronze – Royce Hunt

Men 79-86

Gold – Gene McWilliams

 Silver – Will Colvin

Bronze – James Schellenberger

Men 87+

 Gold – Eugene Freiberger

Silver – Clarence Schaftlein

Women 55-62

Gold – Roseana West

Silver – Katherine Eversole

Bronze – Dianne Stone

Women  63-70

Gold –  Barbara Hunt

Silver – Eunice Hasselbring

Bronze – Dianna Morrison

Women 71-78

Gold – Dottie Gibson

Silver – Rita Blevins

Bronze – Shaaron Wilson

Women 79-86

Gold – Rose Huber

Silver – Patsy Leach

Bronze – Edna Geswein

Women 87+

Gold – Jean Pittman

Silver – Charmaine McQuade

Miniature Golf

Men 55-62

Gold – Ben Meeks

Silver – Jeff Bridges

Bronze – Vernon Gatton

Men 63-70

Gold – James Tanner

Silver – Keith Dant

Bronze – Bill Lynch

Men 71-78

 Gold – Bill Resch

Silver – Bobbie Brawner

Bronze – Don Zimmerman

Men 79-86

Gold – Bill Tabor

Silver – Terry Sklodoski

Bronze – Al Walker

Men  87+

Gold – Eugene Frieberger

Silver – Clarence Schaftlein

Bronze – Robert White

Women 55-62

Gold – Sheryl Bridges

Silver – Katherine Eversole

Bronze – Roseana West

Women 63-70

Gold – Jo Brawner

Silver – Karen Brown

Bronze – Vickie Kruizinga

Women 71-78

Gold – Dottie Gibson

Silver – Mary Keller

Bronze – Joyce Thomas

Women 79-86

Gold – Alice Julius

Silver – Doris Tabor

Bronze – Dolly Adams

Women 87+

Gold – Charmaine McQuade

Silver – Jean Pittman

Bronze – Mazie Baumann

Toss ‘Em

Men 55-62

Gold – Jeff Bridges

Silver – Ben Meeks

Bronze – Mitch Hensley

Men 63-70

Gold – Keith Dant

Silver – Everett Timberlake

Bronze – James Tanner

Men 71-78

Gold – Clayton Howard

Silver – John Hicks

Bronze – Angus Hart

Men 79-86

Gold – Will Colvin

Silver – Joe Wafford

Bronze – James Schellenberger

Men 87+

Gold – Eugene Freiberger

Silver – Clarence Schaftlein

Women 55-62

Gold – Sheryl Bridges

Silver – Katherine Eversole

Bronze – Roseana West

Women 63-70

Gold – Pam Scott

Silver – Karen Brown

Bronze – Eunice Hasselbring

Women 71-78

Gold – Sharon Wilson

Silver – Loren Grahek

Bronze – Barbara Krenke

Women 79-86

Gold – Rose Huber

Silver – Dorothy Beckman

Bronze – Alice Julius and Betty Haley

Women 87+

Gold – June Knowland

Silver – Charmaine McQuade

Bronze – Dee Spitznagel

4 Lap Walk 

Men 55-62

Gold – Ben Meeks

Men 63-70

Silver – Rodger Rutherford

Gold – Charlie Schladand

Men 71-78

Bronze – Bruce Miller

Silver – Anthony Michna

Gold – Bob Grahek

Men 79-86

Gold – James Schellenberger

Silver – Bob York

Bronze – Will Colvin

Men 87+

Gold – Charlie Marking

Silver – Clarence Schaftlein

Bronze – Eugene Freiberger

Women 55-62

Gold – Roseana West

Silver – Katherine Eversole

Bronze – Karen Lawson

Women 63-70

Gold – Patty Cress

Silver – Debra Payton

Bronze – Rosemary Spray

Women 71-78

 Gold – Pat Howard

Silver – Wilma Kime

Bronze – Joyce Thomas

Women 79-86

Bronze – Doris Wyzard

Silver – Rose Huber

Gold – Dorothy Beckman

Women  87+

Gold – June Knowland

Silver – Florence Rayman

9 Lap Walk

Men 55-62

Gold – Ben Meeks

Men 63-70

Gold – Charlie Schladand

Men 71-78

 Gold – Bob Grahek

Silver – Anthony Michna

Bronze – Bruce Miller

Men 79-86

Gold – James Schellenberger

Silver – Will Colvin

Men 87+

Gold – Clarence Schaftlein

Silver – Charlie Marking

Women 55-62

Gold – Roseana West

Silver – Shelly Humphrey

Women 63-70

Gold – Patty Cress

Silver – Debra Payton

Bronze – Rosemary Spray

Women 71-78

Gold – Pat Howard

Silver – Sandra Fonda

Bronze – Joyce Romines

Women  79-86

Gold – Doris Wyzard

Silver – Dolly Adams

Bronze – Dorothy Beckman

Pickleball

Gold – Richard Wohrle and Robert Kollmeyer

Silver – Judy Grismer and Alan Miller

Bronze – Jo Thrasher and Neal Griffin

Cards and Checkers

Checkers

 Gold – Glenn Reis

Silver – Rosemarie Rawlings

Bronze – Carolyn Schueler

Pinochle

Gold – Eugene Freiberger

Silver – Jean Pittman

Bronze – Eugenia McKinley

Texas Hold’em

Gold – Pat Pearson

Silver – Loretta Mann

Bronze – Janet Phelps

Euchre (Women)

Gold – Patty Walters and Eunice Hasselbring

Silver – Betty Bussey

Bronze – Roseana West and Margaret Speaker

Euchre (Men)

Gold – Jeff Bridges

Silver – Jim Scara

Bronze – Tom Scott and Jude Walter

Basketball Toss 

Men 55-62

Gold – Ron Clark

Silver – Ben Meeks

Bronze – Vernon Gatton

Men 63-70

Gold – Everett Timberlake

Silver – Michael Perez

Bronze – Gene Drexler

Men 71-78

Gold – Jude Walter

Silver – Bob Grahek

Bronze – Bobbie Brawner

Men 79-86

Gold – Will Colvin

Silver – Terry Sklodoski

Men 87+

Gold – Eugene Freiberger

Silver –  Clarence Schaftlein

Bronze – Charlie Marking

Women 55-62

Gold – Janet Clark

Silver – Katherine Eversole

Bronze – Roseana West

Women 63-70

Gold – Jane Timberlake

Silver – Patty Cress

Bronze – Pam Scott

Women 71-78

Gold – Pat Howard

Silver – Marianne Meisel

Bronze – Betty Durham-Walter

Women 79-86

Gold – Doris Wyzard

Silver – Joann Walker

Bronze – Dolly Adams

Women 87+

Gold – Charmaine McQuade

Silver – Florence Rayman

MOST MEDALS BY AGE

Men

55-62 – Ben Meeks (6 medals)

63-70 – James Tanner (3 medals)

71-78 – Bob Grahek (3 medals)

79-86 – Will Colvin (5 medals)

87+ – Eugene Freiberger (6 medals)

Women

55-62 – Roseana West (6 medals)

63-70 – Patty Cress (5 medals)

71-78 – Pat Howard (3 medals)

79-86 – Dolly Adams (5 medals)

87+ – Charmaine McQuade (4 medals)

As a reminder about how the King & Queen are decided: At least 3 individuals of the same age/sex group must compete in an event in order for the medals to count toward the King or Queen title. Medals will count towards the “Most Medals” title. If there is a tie in # of medals, points determine the winner (Bronze 1, Silver 2, Gold 3).

If you have never participated, please look through the pictures and 2018 Participants Brochure and consider joining us for the 2019 Games – you won’t be sorry – it’s a FABULOUS time! Daily pictures will be posted on our Facebook page …you might just find a picture of yourself!

If you have any questions about the 2018 Senior Games, or how to join the 2019 Senior Games, please feel free to call: Michael Kolodziej:   812-206-7960  or email:  mkolodziej@lsr14.org  for registration information.