Florida Shuffleboard Association, Inc.
SOUTHWEST COAST DISTRICT

Most recent update: 10/13/2019

D-2 Check SWCD Tournaments for positions

 

D-1 Check SWCD Tournaments for positions

 

P01A Check FSA Tournaments for positions

 

Bonnie is the poster lady for big smiles.  I bet everyone in therapy just loves her smiling face..HUGS

 

 

“Lunchtime Atop a Skyscraper” shows construction workers eating lunch 840-feet above ground on break from building what is now the GE Building, 30 Rockefeller Plaza. Photographer Charles C. Ebbets snapped the photo on September 20, 1932, as work on building progressed to its final stages – the 69th of 70 floors.

 

Wind Turbine blade in Germany 74m (228') 15 tons. On the way to it's construction site.

 

New York Harbor, end of WWII, 1945.
The liner Queen Elizabeth is filled with the American troops coming home from war.

 

TRIPLETS? WELL NOT REALLY, BUT ANN WEDEL AND HER DAUGHTERS CINDY & LORI GRACED THE COURTS AT TRAILER ESTATES MONDAY —- SO NICE TO SEE ANN AGAIN! January 21, 2019

 

Jim Miller's family at BSC 10/29/2018

 

To the passing of Walt Wedel

https://theshuffler.net/2015/11/24/more-on-the-wedels-ann-and-walt-2015-11-24/

 

 

We need more Cheerleaders like Sue Minnich. Job well done Sue!

 

Wolter Bootsma

 

Roof Over Committee 2011

 

Bradenton Club many years ago. 

 

We Lost Gene on 2016 12 23.  May He Rest In Peace.

We Lost Gene on 2016 12 23. May He Rest In Peace.

The Southwest Coast District lost one of its most popular shufflers recently. Gene McCullough passed away after a short illness December 23, 2016 in Bradenton. Gene was from Michigan and worked for the Michigan Milk Producers Association for 44 years. Gene was also an Army Veteran and very passionate regarding all Veterans. Gene is survived by his wife Shirley, his brother Lonnie and was preceded in death by sisters Becky and Dixie.

Gene married his present wife Shirley from Bradenton in 2011. He proudly helped with Shirley's induction into the FSA Hall of Fame in 2014. You would see the two of them together at major State shuffleboard tournaments  as well as our SWCD tournaments. 

Gene was known for his toothpick (in his mouth) while he shuffled---he would twist it around some as he pondered each shot. He was known for his outgoing positive and 'joking' personality.

We could all take a lesson from his genuine humor and friendliness to all he came in contact with on and off the court.

Ron Nurnberger, SWCD President  2017 01 07

 

This photo was taken a few weeks ago when Gene and Shirley were on a cruise. This was on ST. Kits.

 

Moe LeFavour and (kitchen) Kenny Hartlage

Ray Davis and wife Lois

 

 

 

Happy 100. Birthday Gib Stannard

December 1/2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beautiful Kingfisher