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Past Winners
2017:
Bob Glasson, Joann Glasson, Rick Rowland, and Martin Rabinowitz
2015:
Haven Sharaf, Bill Irvine, John Hrones, Rena Lieberman, Robert Lurie, and Melvin Marcus
2014:
Stephen McConnell, Dick Bruno, Warren Cederborg, Kerry Smith, Jeff Schuett, and Robert Gardner
2013:
Dee Adams, Alvin Stone, Fred Hamilton, Mark Itabashi, Dan Morse, and John Sutherlin
2012:
Bob Heller, Robert Fendrick, John Herriot, and Larry Harding
2011:
Leonard Melander, Mark Dahl, Richard Oshlag, and Mary Oshlag
2010:
Rick Rowland, Neal Satten, Thomas Weik, and Ken Cohen
2009:
Karen Allison, Michael Ledeen, Lea Dupont, Benito Garozzo, and Beta Nahapetian (npc)
2008:
Mark Lair, Fred Hamilton, John Carruthers, Reanette Frobouck, and Allan Graves
2018 Truscott USPC Senior Swiss Teams
Tournament
Dates
Monday, July 30—Tuesday, July 31
Deadline
Session Times
1:00 PM and 7:30 PM
Location
Imperial Ballroom, Marquis Level (one floor down from lobby)
Entries
$50.00 per person (per day)

The Truscott/U.S. Playing Card (USPC) Senior Swiss Teams event is a two-day Swiss event with a two-session qualifier the first day and a two-session final the second day. Players must have been born in 1958 or earlier to participate. The trophy for the contest is named in memory of ACBL Hall of Fame member and former bridge editor of The New York Times Alan Truscott, and put into play in 2006 by the United States Playing Card Company.

This event is restricted to players born before January 1, 1959.

Registration Desk

28 teams registered

1.
Mark Lair, Rita I Ellington, Neil J Chambers, and John M Schermer
2.
Al Shrive, Michael Ranis, Richard M Gabriel, and Richard P Strauss
3.
Bob Katz, Robert Cappelli, Robert Bitterman, Jerry Helms, David Caprera, and Anne Brenner
4.
Frederick A Wills, Malay Ghosh, Dimitri Bourilkov, and Marlise Cusick
5.
David S Sokolow, Cecily E Kohler, Andy Avery, and Bob M Klein
6.
Doug W Andrews, J Melvin Norton, Keith Heckley, and Cliff Campbell
7.
Jill B Marshall, Lawrence H Lau, John A Klayman, and Joel H Goren
8.
Dennis A Kasle, Roger W Bates, Larry M Kozlove, and Boris Baran
9.
Fred King, Barry Bragin, Sumner Steinfeldt, and Hal Hindman
10.
Tony Barre, Don Dalpe, Gary Macgregor, and Jim R O'Neil
11.
Randy Joyce, Kay W Joyce, Jack E Feagin Jr, and Claudia Z Feagin
12.
Bob Gwirtzman, Meyer Kotkin, Lyle Poe, and Steve Nellissen
13.
Crispin Barrere, Bruce Noda, Mark Ralph, and William Harker
14.
Gary E Soules, Gene Simpson, Jim Tritt, and Edward Nagy
15.
Jim Fox, Judy Fox, Alan L Schwartz, and Annie H Schwartz
16.
Helene Bauman, Jim Wakefield, Mickie Kivel, and Robin Taylor
17.
Jerry Goldberg, Jane Dillenberg, Susan Fuller, and Maris Zilant
18.
Sandra Marlin, Mike Marlin, Robert S Korten, and David W Whitehouse
19.
Ellen Kent, Robert K Kent, Michael F Cassel, Barry A Purrington, Marc W Nathan, and Cathy S Nathan
20.
Monty Page, Pamela B Page, Thomas W Allan, and Julia M Bomalaski
21.
Douglas L Minder, Susan A Minder, Michael W Bird, and Donna J Bird
22.
Joshua G Stark, Suzanne K Dunn, Robert R Gardner, Kerry J Smith, Jeff Schuett, and Dick Bruno
23.
Gale M Senter, Subba R Ravipudi, Alberto Feilhaber, and Steve L Ramos Jr
24.
Pam Wittes, Ed Piken, Steve Cohen, and Marjorie Michelin
25.
Beth Palmer, William Pettis, William P Cole, David Butler, Dan Jacob, and Jurek Czyzowicz
26.
Edward Zuckerberg, Clifford I Nebel, H Jay Sloofman, and Julian D Laderman
27.
Bob Feller, Mel A Colchamiro, Michael D Lipkin, and Michael L Radin
28.
Subhash Gulati, Kiran Gulati, Shelba F Parmley, and Charles E Scallon
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