Area senior citizens win medals during games

Area senior citizens win medals during games

Posted: Friday, June 3, 2011 5:01 pm

Senior citizens from across the area recently wrapped up the Northwest Tennessee Senior Games.
Obion County residents and attendees of programs in the county who won  in their age categories included:
• Thelma J. Howard of Hornbeak — first place, bowling doubles; first place, shuffleboard singles; and fourth place, bowling singles.
• Willie M. Huey of Hornbeak — second place, shuffleboard doubles; and first place, shuffleboard singles.
• Virginia S. Humphreys of Hornbeak — third place, shuffleboard singles.
• Patricia L. Ransom of Hornbeak — first place, shuffleboard doubles; first place, bowling singles; third place, shuffleboard singles; and third place, Power Walk.
• Marion W. Davis of Hornbeak — third place, shuffleboard doubles; and first place, shuffleboard singles.
• Samuel L. Huey of Hornbeak — first place, shuffleboard singles; and third place, softball throw.
• Robert W. Johnson of Hornbeak — first place, bowling singles; and first place, bowling doubles.
• Rose Garza of Obion — second place, Power Walk.
• Doris L. Peal of Obion — second place, Power Walk.
• Freeda Stover of Obion — third place, Power Walk; first place, bowling mixed doubles; and second place, bowling singles.
• Elaine F. Stover of Obion — first place, Power Walk; and second place, softball throw.
• Ronald Davis of Obion — third place, shuffleboard doubles; third place, bowling singles; and third place, bowling doubles;
• Larry D. Scott of Obion — second place, shuffleboard singles; sixth place, bowling singles; and third place, bowling doubles.
• David R. Wilson of South Fulton — second place, bowling singles; and first place, bowling doubles.
• Peggy J. Spencer of Tiptonville — first place, Power Walk.
• Diane H. Bell of Troy — first place, bowling mixed doubles; and first place, bowling singles.
• Anna M. Burkeen of Troy — first place, bowling doubles; second place, bowling mixed doubles; and second place, bowling singles.
• Dorothy J. Shaw of Troy — first place, bowling mixed doubles.
• Earl W. Bell of Troy — first place, bowling doubles; first place, bowling singles; and first place, bowling mixed doubles.
• Kenneth W. Shaw of Troy — first place, bowling mixed doubles; and first place, bowling singles.
• Barbara Dickerson of Union City — second place, 100M Run; and fourth place, Power Walk.
• Christine Ferrell of Union City — second place, shuffleboard doubles; and first place, shuffleboard singles.
• Marilyn M. Hill of Union City — first place, bowling singles; first place, bowling doubles; and first place, bowling mixed doubles.
• Anna C. Laws of Union City — first place, shuffleboard singles; and second place, shuffleboard doubles.
• Norma Mobbs of Union City — third place, shuffleboard doubles.
• Ronald I. Bates of Union City — second place, bowling singles; and second place, bowling mixed doubles.
• Larry Brousseau of Union City — first place, 200M Run; first place, shuffleboard doubles; first place, Power Walk; and first place, 100M Run.
• Bobby R. Chappell of Union City — first place, bowling doubles; and first place, bowling singles.
• George W. Gibson of Union City — second place, golf.
• David Hawks of Union City — first place, golf.
• Danny D. Jones of Union City — third place, shuffleboard singles; third place, shuffleboard doubles; first place, 50M breaststroke; first place, 50M freestyle; first place, 50M backstroke; second place, Power Walk; second place, softball throw; and second place, 1500M Race Walk.
• James Mobbs of Union City — third place, shuffleboard doubles; and second place, shuffleboard singles.
• Eddie Reese of Union City — third place, golf; second place, bowling doubles; and fourth place, bowling singles.
• David Hamilton of Union City — third place, shuffleboard doubles.
The 2011 Tennessee Senior Olympics State Finals are scheduled for July 22-July 28 in Williamson County.
The mission of the event is to promote healthy lifestyles for seniors ages 50 and older through fitness, sports and an active involvement in life.

Published in The Messenger 6.3.11

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