• Judy’s Game is this Saturday, December 10, at EBC.

    Breakfast is at 9:00. Game is at 10:00.

    Sharing at the conclusion of the game.

    There are no table fees for this. We will be collecting donations for the Pete Moore Hospice House and we will present those to Bill.

    Please contact us if there are any questions.


    Published On: December 5th, 20220 Comments on Judy’s Game
  • From Don:

    The second Saturday in December will now and forever be the Judy Nevell Memorial Game and we will use it each year as a fundraiser for Pete Moore Hospice House, the facility that cared for Judy.

    Here are the details of the first game on December 10.

  • Here’s Judy’s obituary, published in the Williston, North Dakota paper, the town where Judy grew up.

    Published On: November 15th, 20220 Comments on Judy Nevell’s Obituary
  • Don announced Judy’s passing yesterday:

    “It is with the greatest amount of sadness that we pass long the news that Judy Nevell has passed away this morning. Our thoughts are with husband Bill and daughter Alyssa. More news to follow.”

    He later added “I know we are all grieving Judy. Yes, we all knew this time was coming…but, wow…. Judy was a pretty special spirit. Just feels like sharing I guess. Damn..”

    From Betsy Ovitt: “She put up a great fight. But that damn cancer eventually won. I am so sorry for losing her. She was such a good person and contributing member to our bridge club.”

    Fom Joyce Spence: “I am so very sorry to hear of Judy’s passing.  She will be missed.”

    From Toni Brown: “Arriving at bridge one day I see “Audrey Hepburn” with her back to me wearing a striped boat shirt, form-fitting white, white pants and swinging her shiny dark  brown, bobbed hair. “Audrey” turned and there was Judy smiling, totally exquisite exhibiting her great composure.  Judy 1  Cancer 0″

    If you have memories to share, please comment below.

  • Here’s the link to Jeff Taylor’s obituary on the Musgrove website. You can share a memory of Jeff there.

    Published On: January 16th, 20220 Comments on Jeff Taylor’s Obituary
  • The Eugene-Springfield bridge community, District 20 and the bridge world at large have lost one of the true giants of the game with Jeff Taylor’s passing. Jeff died in his sleep on December 21st.

    Right now, we are all in shock. Of course, we must all go forward but it is hard to imagine bridge in our area without Jeff.

    We send our thoughts to Linda, whom we know to be struggling right now per her own health, and to his children Russ and Kathleen.

    We will have more to say about Jeff at a later date. Right now the plans are for a Celebration of Life sometime in the Spring or Summer.

    Here’s a little bit of Jeff’s history that we put together a while back.

    Published On: December 23rd, 20210 Comments on Jeff Taylor’s Passing