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Updated Saturday October 7, 2006 2:08 AM  

Dear Shufflers,

Word has been received that Ray Comer passed away peacefully at 5 AM Sunday morning Oct first at his home in Livermore, Ca. after a 22 month battle against a very aggressive brain cancer. Ray had a large tumor removed from his head in Dec of 2004. This is shortly after he played on an add to 9 team in Reno with me, Joyce Davis and Dave Hanson. We ended up in 4th place and Ray played as good as ever!

Ray and Sandy were the owners of OLD TOWN SALOON in Livermore, CA for over 12 years . The bar was sold in May of last year due to Ray's health problems.

During the time Ray and Sandy owned the bar they started and supported shuffleboard league play with two other bars in town and sponsored many shuffleboard tournaments, drawing players from the Sacramento and southern CA areas as well as Oregon.

I believe they held the first ( or second ) Wandering Women of the World tournament in early 2000.

The bar was always a fun place to go and Ray and Sandy always made you feel welcome and fed you too !

Please pass this sad message on to the shuffleboard community.

Thank you, warm regards,
Chris Wayt


WWW COMING SOON!
I've received information from Susie Halstead and have posted that information.
That URL is: http://www.eshuffleboard.com/KY/2006/WWW_2006.htm
Link to picture gallery: Picture Gallery and 100+ pictures (not captioned at this time)


Durand, Michigan will be hosting the
9th Wandering the World Women's tournament in 2007. Details to follow.

Bourbon Legion Fall Singles and Doubles is in progress.
See the tournament report: Debbie V takes winners bracket...


3rd Annual Jack Steffensen Memorial
Blue Goose & Red Dog Saloon has been reported by Ted Ausbun


The Indiana Schedule for 2006-2007:http://www.eshuffleboard.com/IN/Indiana_Schedule.htm


Thanks and see you in RENO... in less than 3 weeks!

 
Ann Harrell
Phone: 574-342-0618 eFax: 267-327-0618
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