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Tiebreaker decides 17th annual Hospice Golf Tournament

Pilot & Today staff

The four-person team of Mix Beauvais, Karen Beauvais, Dave Miller and Brooks Kellog won the 17th annual Hospice Golf Tournament on Tuesday at Catamount Ranch & Club. The tournament and a dinner on Monday raise money for Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association’s Hospice program and youth bereavement services.





The four-person team of Mix Beauvais, Karen Beauvais, Dave Miller and Brooks Kellog won the 17th annual Hospice Golf Tournament on Tuesday at Catamount Ranch & Club. The tournament and a dinner on Monday raise money for Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association's Hospice program and youth bereavement services.

— The 17th annual Hospice Golf Tournament came down to a tiebreaker Tuesday at Catamount Ranch & Club as the team of Mix Beauvais, Karen Beuavais, Dave Miller and Brooks Kellog won with a team score of 62.

The tournament, which included a dinner Monday night, helped raise money for the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association's Hospice program and youth bereavement services.

Results

17th annual Hospice Golf Tournament

June 15, 2010

Catamount Ranch & Club

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Mix Beauvais, Karen Beauvais, Dave Miller and Brooks Kellog — 62 (first place by way of tiebreaker)

John Kerst, Bob Conroy, Patty Kerst and Joan Conroy — 62 (second place by way of tiebreaker)

Al Weimer, Gary Haberlan, John Vanderbloemen and Jeff Pal — 62 (third place by way of tiebreaker)

Scott Stanford, Brent Boyer, Bryce Jacobson and Blake Stansbery — 63

Pam Vanatta, Anne Mayberry, Cam Boyd and Bob Neville — 63

Kevin Ramsay, Aaron Gardner, Jake Weber and Michael March — 65

Mary Weiss, Michelle Matthews, Danny Weiss and Ben Weaver — 65

Annie Degroff, Penny Martyn, Barbi Wither and Susan Noble — 66

Susan Larson, Linda Knox, Bob Childers and Jim Cook — 67

Joe Gillaspie, Ed Degroff, Gary Reitz and Jim Kelley — 68

Rob Ryg, Doug Garber, Dan Faucett and Andy Buchholz — 69

Roger Walt, Dwight Church, Susan Johnston and Mark Thomsen — 70

Chip Ravenscroft, Matt Hughes, Wayne Adamo and Mark Sandvik — 70

Tom Lake, Donna Wentzel, Mike Peilet and Kevin Chapman — 71

Trish Sullivan, Audrey Williams, Laurie Good and Sherry Gibson — 76