June 10, 2006
Twenty-four pairs competed in a Hagerstown Duplicate Bridge Club championship game Wednesday, June 7. Overall winners in Flight A were: first, Howard Gilbert and Richard Evans; second, Ruth Bruce and Donna Turpack; third, Doris Thompson and Vince Schoeck; fourth, Ann Lebherz and Robert Osburn; fifth, Kim Davis and Bob Back; and sixth, Denise Clow and Barbara Ward. In Flight B, Joann Fillingham and George Laniado took fourth, and Bob Dickinson and Ralph Maier were fifth. North-South section winners in Flight A were: fourth, Chuck Lesher and Rick Elbo; and fifth, Ethel Reed and Jean Toth.
January 29, 2009
JUNE 18, 1962-JAN. 23, 2009 MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Phillip Toby Evans, 46, of Martinsburg, died Friday, Jan. 23, 2009. Born June 18, 1962, in Grants, N.M., he was the son of Rose Little Evans of Delaware and the late Orvale Evans. He was a 1980 graduate of Newark High School in Delaware. He was employed by Quad Graphics. He is survived by his wife, Dawn Evans; one son, Dustin Evans of Martinsburg; two stepsons, Justin Cole and Austin Cole, both of Martinsburg; two brothers, Terry Evans of Delaware and Timothy Evans of Guam; nieces; and nephews.
November 17, 2007
Twenty-two pairs competed in a Hagerstown Duplicate Bridge Club championship game Nov. 14. Overall winners in Flight A were: first, Ann Lebherz and Bob Osburn; second, Willa Garner and Denise Clow; third, Lois Taylor and Richard Evans; fourth, Jack Sherwood and David Abuhove; fifth, Mary Wolfinger and Joanne Dickinson; and sixth, Bob Back and Charles Hintermyer. In Flight B, Barbara Burkhardt and George Laniado were fourth; and Pat Newbold and Barbara Couch were fifth. In Flight C, David Desjardins and John Oyler were second, and Bob Knuff and Gordon Gunter were third.
April 13, 2009
Twenty-six pairs competed in a Unit-wide game Wednesday, April 8, during a meeting of the Hagerstown Bridge Club. North-South winners in Flight A were, first place, Scott Kiser and Richard Evans; second place, Audrey Fon and Marie Sullivan; third place, Joan and Ron Harmon; fourth place, Ann Lebherz and Willa Garner; and fifth place, Dennis Wick and Bob Knuff. East-West winners in Flight A were, first place, Emma and Jim Eaton; second place, Madeline and Bill Davis; third place, John Oyler and David Desjardins; fourth place, Anne Carden and Bob Dickinson; and fifth place, Aurora McDonough and Bob Osburn.