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We may forget what someone said,

Forget what they did,

But we will never forget the impact

they had on our lives.  

"Maya Angelou"


(If you are aware of a player's demise , please CLICK the "Memory Form" button above and open the document.  Complete the form and submit with photos (if available) to the League Operator via email at

The PLAY family would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to family, friends and teammates of members that are no longer physically here with us.  Each person is greatly missed by longtime friends       and fellow pool members.

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(Mike) Michael Eric Gilmer (55)

September 20, 2022

Michael joined PLAY in 


(Lamont) Ferrell Harris (47)

August 24, 2022

Lamont joined PLAY in 

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(Donnie) Donald Wayne White (69)

March 24, 2021

Donnie joined PLAY in 


Paulette Fort (62)

January 14, 2021

Paulette joined PLAY in 

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Shirley Irene Davis (80)

August 17, 2021

Ms. Shirley joined PLAY in 


(Nina) Juanita L. Sutton (71)

January 10, 2020

Nina joined PLAY in


(Billy) William Edward Eubanks (62)

June 12, 2017

Billy joined PLAY in

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Michael Roy Barfield (56)

October 8, 2014

Michael joined PLAY in June, 2014 (S4) as a member of Lucky & Skilled Couples Team, Rub It Inn Lounge.  Michael and Dona earned the Top Shooter Award on their team.  He has played and love the games for years.  Coached by Larry Lowe his game began to excel.  He was also a member of APA 9-Ball.  During the short time we have know him, it was a pleasure playing against him.  He displayed such an outgoing personality, sportsmanship and always a big smile.

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Kimberly Kim Chase (45)

January 19, 2013

Kimberly Chase known to most of us as Kim, passed away on Friday, January 18, 2013.  She is the wife of Bobby Chase & the father of Robbie Chase; both PLAY Members.  Some of us had the pleasure of playing on an 8-ball team with Kim or against her.  Kim loved shooting pool, but she also loved spending time with her family and friends.  She touched so many hearts and made so many laugh.  Her vibrant personality, smile and laugh brightened up many pool nights and impacted everone in such a great way.  She was one of a kind and will be remembered and greatly missed by friends, former teammates, other players and most lovingly by her family, but never forgotten.  PLAY members are praying that God embrace her family and watch over them at this sad time.

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