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NSG Fall Games
|Basketball 3x3 W||2019||Gary Cotter|
|Basketball Skills||2019||James Pauley|
|Bowling||2019||John Graham and Jerry Lindsay|
|Golf||2019||Ben Luebke and Ron Barco|
|Pickleball||2019||Augie Costanzo and Bill Batley|
|Pistol Shoot||2018||Rick Frizzell|
|Rock Climbing||2019||Jim Terry|
|Swimming||2019||map||Lee-Ann Skomski and Tom Groce|
|Table Tennis||2019||Vincent Schmitt and Rick Campbell|
|Tennis||2019||Jeanie Alaimo and Nedra Paschal|
|Track and Field||2019||UNLV map||Martha Watson|
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|Weightlifting / Fitness||2018||Jay Dash|
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|Softball (Mesquite)||2019||Mesquite Senior Games|
|Volleyball (Henderson)||2019||Henderson (Dean Langmaid)|
|Walk Around America||flyer||Tom Groce|
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Born in Euclid, Ohio, Jeanie moved to California and graduated from San Jose State University with a B.S. in Industrial Design. She was a competitive Artistic Dance Roller Skater, winning two national titles. Through skating she was invited to train at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. After retiring from skating, she became a B level judge to give back to the sport. Jeanie currently plays tennis, competing in more than 400 league matches, and 60 tournaments. She and her husband Bill organized a yearly USTA Grand Slam Tournament through their tennis club, of which Jeanie served as President. She was on Northern California's USTA Grievance/Sportsmanship committee for several years. Jeanie and her husband recently moved to Las Vegas and are making new friends in the community here. She is the NSG Tennis coordinator.
Ron Barco hails from Baltiore, Maryland, where he played baseball at the University of Baltimore and was inducted into their Sports Hall of Fame in 2010. Besides baseball, he has over 20 years of coaching youth football experience and is now a very avid golfer, carrying an 8 handicap. His working life was with the U.S. Postal Service, serving 34 years as a Postal Career Executive Service employee. His last assignment was as the NV State Director of Postal Operations and he has lived in Las Vegas since 1991. Nevada Senior Games is fortunate to have someone of his abilities and experience on board. Plus, he's taken on being co-coordinator for NSG Golf.
Born in New Jersey, Augie enlisted in the Marine Corp in 1961 and was discharged in 1966. He worked in the Utility field for 40 years, retiring in June 2006 when he moved to Las Vegas. He has a background of playing tennis, softball and paddle tennis and then taking up pickleball. He has coordinated five round robin charity events for Toys for Tots and the Assistance League of Las Vegas. Welcome, Augie, as Co-coordinator for NSG Pickleball.
Growing up in Minnesota, Gary Cotter did a lot of skiing and ice skating in the winter, played baseball, softball and volleyball in the summer. He earned a degree in business with an accounting major at the University of Minnesota. After tax management positions with large corporations he became a CPA, specializing in tax issues. He moved to Las Vegas in 2006, having lived in eleven states along the way. He retired in 2008 and went almost immediately to work in the Nevada Senior Games office. He soon became the NSG Executive Director, holding that position for several years. He ran the weekly Walk Around America program, and was the Walk-a-Thon coordinator. Gary is now the Basketball 3-on-3 Women coordinator and NSG's Accountant.
Jay Dash comes from quite an athletic background. He graduated from Penn State University with a B.S. in Finance where he was a member of the Penn State National Championship Gymnastic Team. He was then inducted into the United States Marine Corp, Air Naval Gun Liaison Unit, and competed in various Marine Corps field events. He has also participated in numerous marathons and international track and field competitions. He is currently a member of the Board of Directors for the UNLV International Business School, a member of the District Export Council of the Dept. of Commerce, and president of Jay Dash International, an international business consulting firm. He will be working to reinstate Fitness/Weight Lifting into the NSG repertoire and is that event’s new coordinator.
Born in Chicago, Joe is a lifelong athlete who competed in several high school and college sports. He enjoyed a successful career in the U.S Army and Federal Government, spending his final years with the Federal Highway Administration. He has B.S. degrees from the University of Louisville, Ohio State University and an MBA from Syracuse. He has been a competitive cyclist for much of his life, having raced in Germany and the US in his 20s. He rediscovered competitive cycling in his 40s and at 50 discovered the Senior Games where he has competed in cycling events in Colorado, Wyoming, Nevada and National Games. He and his wife, Susan, now live in Nevada where they split their time between Carson City and Summerlin. They enjoy travel, visits to wine country, hiking, cycling and skiing. Joe runs a coaching practice and is the NSG coordinator for Cycling.
Rick was born in Gary, Indiana. He and family moved to western Kentucky during his grade school years where he became very active in basketball (his favorite sport), baseball, and track & field. As a high school senior, 1975, he was awarded "Most Valuable Player" for the track team, as a long distance runner. During those years, his dad taught him how to shoot and hunt. After his grauduation, his family made a big move west, ending up in the Las Vegas area. He has continued his love for shooting throughout the years, and most recently has coordinated for Paradise Church their annual fall "Turkey Shoot," with competitions in both trap shooting and pistols. He is looking forward to coordinating the NSG Pistol Shoot competition.
Melissa began her working life as a high school math and science teacher in Singapore, followed by a career in commodities trading throughout Southeast Asia, as well as trading in commodities futures in both the Asian and European markets. After arriving in the United States she worked in the petrochemical refinery industry, covering Texas with stints in Indonesia. When finally semi-retiring she sold real estate in CA. Along the way she developed an interest in ballroom and Latin dancing, as well as performance choreography. Now fully retired and in Las Vegas, she is pursuing her dance activities as well as working with the Asian Cultural Alliance to bring peoples of all cultures together. Melissa is the NSG Dance Coordinator.
John Graham is a native of Ohio. Having participated in several sports such as football, tennis and Track and Field, John settled on bowling as his all time favorite. It began back in the day of human pinsetters -– he would roll 3 balls then run 60 feet down the alley to reset pins and send balls back. He won his first tournament at age 9 and has never looked back. He has six 800 series and 17 over-300’s to his credit, even bowled on the PBA Tour. He is currently working for American Airlines and has donated his time and skill to many charities, including Opportunity Village, St. Jude’s and fund raisers for breast cancer research. He enjoys talking with people -– never met a stranger -– and has experience as a DJ, an Emcee and a photographer.
Native to the northeastern United States (Delaware, New Jersey), Tom competed in high school, college and U.S. Amateur sports. He had an extensive career with both the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Government, at one time serving as Military Aide to Vice President Spiro Agnew. He has been on the NATO staff and a Country Director for the U.S. Peace Corps. He earned a PhD from the American University in Washington D.C. and has taught business subjects in universities throughout the world. He enjoys golf and bowling in his leisure time. Tom runs the weekly Walk Around America program, is the NSG Coordinator for Swimming and Walk-a-Thon, and has been a Board Member for years.
Dean was born and grew up in a small farming community in Northeastern Vermont. He attended Northeastern University where he first started playing volleyball. He began playing seniors volleyball in the late 1990’s and has been the coordinator for the Henderson Senior Volleyball Games for the last decade. During that time the volleyball tournament has grown from a small tournament of about 15 teams, to now about 60 teams. He is always looking for more volleyball players, so contact him if you are interested in playing. Dean is the NSG Volleyball Coordinator.
Jerry Lindsay was born and raised in Southern California. He had a 32-year career with the U.S. Postal Service, during which time he also became a real estate specialist, arranging and negotiating purchases of qualified properties for the Postal Service. After retiring in 1992 he and his wife, Nannette, moved to Las Vegas where he continued with real estate and she as an IRS bankruptcy specialist. Jerry is active with his church, volunteers with a disadvantaged youth program and enjoys a flourishing acting career, highlighted by an unforgettable role in the 2008 comedy “What Happens in Vegas” with Cameron Diaz and Ashton Kutcher. Both he and Nannette enjoy bowling and have competed for many years in the NSG Games. Jerry was on the NSG board for 10 years, was the National Senior Game's "May 2016 Athlete of the Month" and is now the NSG Bowling Coordinator.
Born and raised in Wisconsin, Ben Luebke was an all-state high school basketball and baseball player. He went to the University of South Dakota on an athletic scholarship, intending to become a math teacher and coach. After his junior year he was drafted by the Montreal Expos, played two years, but incurred a knee injury and was released to "normal life." He played a couple more years of semi-pro ball in Green Bay, then moved to Las Vegas in the late 80's. He has been a food broker for the past 30 years and enjoys golf in his spare time. Ben is a co-coordinator for NSG Golf and the NSG President.
Al hails from Bakersfield CA where he was an outstanding track athlete, both at Bakersfield High and Bakersfield Community College. He continued his education at the University of Nevada, Reno, where he was awarded Most Outstanding Senior Athlete. He earned a Master's Degree at UNLV in 1972 and was Head Track and Field Coach there from 1973-1992, earning many honors and awards throughout that time, including USATF Man of the Year and induction in to the UNLV Athletic Hall of Fame. He was a previous NSG Games Director as well as Track and Field Coordinator and Basketball Skills coordinator. He has been an NSG Board of Directors member for close to 20 years.
Triathlon was never a sport Bonnie considered participating in until a few months before her 50th birthday. When she barely finished a “beginner” triathlon, she discovered she wasn’t the athlete she thought she was! So began her journey of improved fitness that now includes race walking, cycling, strength training, and - of course - triathlon. She has medaled in race walking, power walking, and cycling in the Nevada Senior Games, Huntsman World Senior Games (Utah), and Washington State Senior Games. In 2016 Bonnie qualified for the 2017 National Senior Games in cycling, race walking, and triathlon. She has her sights on qualifying in these sports for the 2019 National Senior Games.
A native of Iowa, Nedra and family moved to Roswell, New Mexico in 1952 (five years after the infamous "crash.") A graduate of Eastern New Mexico University, she has over 30 years of teaching experience in high school mathematics and physical education, as well as having coached volleyball and badminton for over 15 years in Southern California. She is mother of two, grandmother of four, all still in California. After retiring she moved to Las Vegas, by way of Laughlin, and is currently active in local tennis leagues. She is a co-coordinator for NSG Tennis, is the coordinator for NSG Badminton, and is the NSG Games Director.
James is a basketball shooting coach and Master Shooter. He was the Overall Champion at the 2014 Huntsman World Senior Games where he tied the world record in the Hot Shots event (62) he had set the day before at the Nevada Senior Games. Based in San Diego, CA, where he also coordinated their Senior Games basketball shooting events, James travels throughout the country doing clinics, working camps, and competing in basketball shooting events. James is the NSG Basketball Skills Coordinator.
Rob has been active in shuffleboard since 1994 and is a past president of the USA National Shuffleboard Association. He has played in numerous tournaments in Arizona, Canada, California, and Florida, winning his first National Championship in 2010 in Mesa, Arizona. He has been the Shuffleboard Tournament Director for tournaments throughout the west, among them the Washington, Oregon, Arizona State Senior Games and the Huntsman's World Senior Games. He has been and will be the Coordinator for the National Senior Games Shuffleboard Tournament as well.
Charlie began shooting at age 12, following in the footsteps of his father, Frank, who hunted with bow and arrow in the Midwest in the 1970’s. He quickly excelled, soon surpassing his father, and is now one of three professional archers in the state of Nevada. Soon after Frank retired he and Charlie opened Impact Archery, range and shop, and each can be found there almost daily. Impact now sponsors the Nevada Senior Games archery tournament. Charlie is the NSG Archery Coordinator.
Raised in Las Vegas, Shirley started playing softball and basketball in junior high, then in high school added volleyball, tennis and track to her repertoire. Allergies, however, caused her to go indoors and she discovered racquetball. She competed in Corporate Challenge racquetball for many years and has recently discovered pickleball. She loves both sports and intends to play until her body tells her she’s done. To quote Shirley: “Sports is meeting all kinds of nice people. It transcends politics, religion and ethnicity -- so let’s play!" Shirley is the NSG Racquetball Coordinator.
Born in France, Vincent Schmitt graduated from ENSAM Engineering University in Paris and moved to California in 1998 to work in the CAD/CAM software industry. He moved to Las Vegas in 2007 and has been involved in local table tennis activities for the past 5 years. Vincent is a co-coordinator for NSG Table Tennis.
Born in Chevy Chase, MD, with stops in Florida, Ohio and California, Jim Terry has finally settled down in Las Vegas. After college and traveling the world Jim organized and produced animated film festivals throughout the United States and Canada. He has participated in many sports from backpacking and skiing to golf and rock climbing. The one sport that has been a constant in Jim’s life has been swimming. After joining a masters group while in college he became serious with the sport and has participated and coached various masters programs. Jim competed in the 2014 Senior Games and had such fun he decided to become involved with the Nevada Senior Games organization. He looks forward to helping spread the word about the Senior Games and the healthy lifestyle it promotes. And he's taken on being coordinator for NSG Rock Climbing.
Martha Watson, 4 time Olympic competitor, grew up in Long Beach, California, where she began her track career at an early age. She started as a high jumper, then decided long jump was her best event. She attended, and ran for, Tennessee State University where she became a member of the world famous Tigerbelles. She was a long jumper on the U.S. Olympic team in 1964, '68, '72, and '76 and ran a leg on the 4x100m relay teams in '72 and '76. Martha holds eight U.S. long jump titles, breaking an American record three times. She is also active in local Las Vegas theatre, having performed in several shows throughout the valley. Martha is Board Secretary/Treasurer and the NSG Track and Field Coordinator.