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Bauer joins 5 incumbents elected to CATA board of directors

November 17, 2010
Over 450 golfers participate in outing
 

Idyllic weather greeted more than 450 golfers on June 11 at Cog Hill Golf & Country Club in Lemont, where the players gathered as part of the CATA’s annual golf outing and dinner.

 

The event’s 38 sponsors (see Page 4 of the print edition) helped add a festivity to the proceedings. 

At that night’s dinner, results of this month’s balloting for the CATA’s board of directors showed five directors re-elected and one newcomer joining the board.

 

Directors returning for a third and final three-year term include Kevin Mize (O’Hare Honda and O’Hare Hyundai, Des Plaines), John Phelan (Jack Phelan Chevrolet, Lyons; Jack Phelan Dodge-Isuzu-Suzuki, Berwyn), Mark Scarpelli (Raymond Chevrolet and Kia, Antioch) and Dave Taylor (Taylor Chrysler-Dodge, Kankakee). 

Michael Ettleson (Ettleson Buick-Cadillac, Hodgkins; and Ettleson Hyundai, Countryside) was re-elected for a second term, and Dennis K. Bauer, (Arnie Bauer Cadillac and Arnie Bauer Buick-Pontiac-GMC, both in Matteson) won his first term.

 

The outing included several hole contest winners. They are: 

Course 1

Straightest Drive                   Mike Sedivy

Longest Drive (2)                  Scott Bumba,  Jeff Jacobs

Closest to Honor Box           Dan Kennelly

Longest Putt                      &nb​sp;   T.J. Schmitt

Course 2

Straightest Drive                   Stan Balzekas

Longest Drive (2)                  Paul Oddo, Denny Gallagher

Closest to Honor Box           David Nelson

Longest Putt                          Robert Breen

Course 3

Straightest Drive                   Kris Born

Longest Drive (2)                  Scott Templin, Kris Born

Closest to Honor Box           George Pappas

Longest Putt                          <​/span>John Webb

 

Bumba’s $10,000 putt just wide

 

Scott Bumba advanced on June 11 from among 12 qualifiers for a chance at the CATA annual golf outing to win $10,000 by sinking a 50-foot putt. Alas, the ball rolled wide right of the cup.

 

Bumba, who works for Chase Auto Finance, and Terry Dortch, president of Automotive Compliance Consultants, both connected from 25 feet in the preliminary round, then Bumba won a putt-off for the final attempt.

 

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