DAVE TREADWELL
PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD

The Dave Treadwell Player of the Year Award is awarded to the District 4 member who earns the most masterpoints playing in District 4 events in the calendar year. It is open to all players who are members of our District for the entire year. The winner will be recognized at the Valley Forge Regional and will receive a certificate and a $100 cash prize.

Dave Treadwell was a Grand Life Master who was named ACBL Honorary Member in 1985 and inducted into the ACBL Hall of Fame in 1998. Dave won two national championships, had second place finishes in several others, and had well over 100 regional victories. When he passed away in 2010 at the age of 97, he had over 26,000 masterpoints.

For a number of years, Dave was involved in Unit and District administrative activities and was twice President of the Delaware State Bridge Association (1961 and 1976) and twice President of District 4 (1968-69 and 1973-74). At the national level, he was co-chair of the ACBL Appeals Committee from 1975 to 1991, chair of the ACBL Board of Governors from 1979 to 1981, and Chair of the Hall of Fame Committee from 1995 to 1998.

Open Masterpoint Race as of
May 31, 2017
1 Barry Gorski 196.63
2 Bill Parks 185.60
3 Martin Rabinowitz 177.99
4 Rick Rowland 172.25
5 Meyer Kotkin 128.72
6 Albert Bingaman, Jr. 106.21
7 Carl Berenbaum 105.12
8 Barbara Kepple 105.12
9 May Sakr 95.26
10 Bob Glasson 87.43
11 Joann Glasson 87.43
12 Donna Morgen 83.36
13 Jerome Weiss 80.13
14 Ed Bissell 76.60
15 Roger Woodin 75.64
16 Andy Kaufman 75.05
17 Andie Sheaffer 74.25
18 Gary Hillenbrand 72.45
19 Sally Hill 72.04
20 Philip Monyer 71.89
21 Raymond Raskin 70.26
22 Arthur Korth 69.18
23 Michael Carney 67.96
24 Sam Maistra 66.60
25 Thomas Andrews 63.96

2016 Winner - Barry Gorski
2015 Winner - Martin Rabinowitz
2014 Winner - Rick Rowland
2013 Winner - Ken Cohen
2012 Winner - Ken Cohen
2011 Winner - Ken Cohen
2010 Winner - Ken Cohen
2009 Winner - Ken Cohen
2008 Winner - Ken Cohen
2007 Winner - Tom Weik
2006 Winner - Jay Apfelbaum
2005 Winner - Craig Robinson
2004 Winner - Rick Rowland

JEANNE FISHER
PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD
(0-2000 MASTERPOINTS)

The Jeanne Fisher Player of the Year Award is awarded to the player who is a member of our District for the entire year and who started the calendar year with less than 2,000 masterpoints and earned the most masterpoints at District 4 tournaments. The winner will be recognized at the Valley Forge Regional and will receive a certificate and a $100 cash prize.

Jeanne Fisher was a Diamond Life Master with more than 40 regional tournament wins. She won the Women’s Pairs with Nadine Wood in 1989. She was the founder of the South Jersey Bridge Club and brought her joy and sunshine to the bridge table and all who knew her.

0-2000 Masterpoint Race as of
May 31, 2017
1 Michael Carney 67.96
2 Thomas Andrews 63.96
3 Kurt Engleman 60.05
4 Mark Henderson 52.52
5 Larry Plotkin 50.75
6 Ellen Ryan 50.48
7 Judy Robbins 50.38
8 Ornit Grossman 48.21
9 Andrew Rosenberg 47.83
10 Matt Sherman 44.98
11 Russell Poppleton 42.94
12 Keith Ordemann 42.65
13 Allison Brandt 41.30
14 Steve White

40.81

15 Jeremy Lynch 37.84
16 Craig Netzley 37.63
17 Susan Hill 37.26
18 Doug Chaney 36.96
19 Cheryl Stark Abrams 36.19
20 J. Brill 35.90
21 Prem Premakumar 35.38
22 Edythe Krauss 34.09
23 W. Burns, III 33.58
24 Barbara White

32.70

25 Barry Rudner 32.70

2016 Winner - Gary Hillenbrand
2015 Winner - Gary Hillenbrand
2014 Winner - Gary Hillenbrand
2013 Winner - John Dickenson
2012 Winner - John Dickenson
2011 Winner - Gary Hillenbrand
2010 Winner - Ethan Kotkin
2009 Winner - Elliot Shalita
2008 Winner - Elliot Shalita
2007 Winner - Travis Crump
2006 Winner - Neal Satten

JANE SEGAL
PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD
(0-500 MASTERPOINTS)

The Jane Segal Player of the Year Award is given to players who are members of our District for the entire year and who start the calendar year with less than 500 masterpoints and earn the most masterpoints in District 4 tournaments.

The winner will be recognized at the Valley Forge Regional and will receive a certificate and a $100 cash prize.

Jane Segal has been teaching bridge since 1970. She founded the J & J Bridge School in 1973 which continued for 37 years. Jane is proud of the hundreds of students who play regularly who started with her.

Jane has coached bridge teams at nine country clubs (some for over 20 years) and taught at three others.

Jane has won many regional events. The first was in 1969 and made her a Life Master. She has placed in the top 10 in 4 national mixed events and more than a dozen women’s events. She is an Emerald Life Master.

Jane has served on the Board of Governors for 30 years and has served as President of Unit 141 and District 4.

0-500 Masterpoint Race as of
May 31, 2017
1 Ornit Grossman 48.21
2 Matt Sherman 44.98
3 Keith Ordemann 42.65
4 Craig Netzley 37.63
5 Doug Chaney 36.96
6 Cheryl Stark Abrams 36.19
7 Prem Premakumar 35.38
8 Betsy Cutler 32.04
9 Kathy Myers 30.68
10 Ronald Zimmerman 30.56
11 John Barton III 30.19
12 Sara Gainey 29.76
13 Guy Arie 29.44
14 Alexis Peffer 29.41
15 Kathy Creveling 28.86
16 Roger Newell 27.34
17 Alasdair Turnbull 26.72
18 Ellen Goldsmith 24.95
19 Barbara McIver 24.71
20 Nancy Machusick 24.45
21 John Nelson 24.35
22 Deborah August 23.44
23 J. Mark Donovan 23.44
24 James Koss 22.77
25 Mike Kohler 22.52

2016 Winner - Claire Rolin
2015 Winner - Bruce Young

2014 Winner - Samuel Amer
2013 Winner - Bruce Lang
2012 Winner - Joel Bees
2011 Winner - Gary Hillenbrand
2010 Winner - Ella Zimmerman
2009 Winner - Ronald Hutchinson

2008 Winner - Ethan Kotkin
2007 Winner - Ethan Kotkin
2006 Winner - Elaine Weintraub