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Aug. 15, 2013
30 posts
One of the founding fathers of the Scrap Iron Club has passed. Phil Field passed away this week and services will be held on Friday. Phil helped set up our non profit organization and was also a dedicated player. He battled prostate cancer for years. Phil will be missed by all and I will remember him as an outfielder playing next to me many years ago. God bless Phil and his family. He will be remembered at the Rocky Mountain tournament this weekend.
Scrappy6 - Mike Massong
Aug. 15, 2013
Men's 55
418 posts
I am so sorry, he always treated me and everyone else with respect. I will not be there this weekend.
Aug. 17, 2013
Men's 60
907 posts
I'm sorry for Phil's passing. We had some quality discussions over the years and I am sad that I did not get to meet him. Scrap Iron has missed a good man.

Please be aware of prostate cancer and the critical aspects it can impose on older men. Get your PSA checked every 6 months PLEASE.
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