Mr. James Harold “Jim” Chase, age 87, of Vevay, Indiana, entered this life on May 5, 1930, in Florence, Indiana, the son of the late, Lawrence and Ivy Pearl (Boone) Chase. He was raised in Switzerland County, Indiana and attended school in Florence, Indiana. Jim was united in marriage on October 22, 1950, in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, to the late, Mary Lou Long and to this union arrived two daughters, Gayla and Holly and two sons, Lawrence and Steven to bless their home. Jim and Mary Lou shared nearly 63 years of marriage together until she passed away on July 6, 2013. Jim was a former employee for the US Shoe Factory in Vevay, Indiana, retiring in 1992, after 40 years of service. He owned and operated Chase’s General Store in Florence, Indiana, from 1970 to 1973. He was a member of the Switzerland Baptist Church in Vevay, Indiana and a 50 year member of the Florence Masonic Lodge No. 27 F&AM. Jim enjoyed farming and tinkering with lawn mowers. Jim passed away at 12:40 pm, Saturday, December 9, 2017, at the Swiss Villa Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Vevay, Indiana. Jim will be deeply missed by his daughters, Gayla Von (Chase) Bullock of Vevay, IN and Holly Fay (Chase) Robinson and her husband: Richard of Madison, IN; his son, Lawrence Ray Chase and his wife: Marsha of Vevay, IN; his grandchildren, Jaime Moore and her husband: Scotty, Jennifer Canfield and her husband: John, Ashley Kitts and her husband: Chris, Lauren Chase and her companion: Odie Frock, Laura Clark, Christy Bowen and Richard Lee Robinson and his wife: Anna; his great-grandchildren, Elliott, John, Bradley, MaKayla, Kaydence, Elijah, Dalton, Mandy, Christopher and his wife: Sally, Angel, Heather, Diana, Danny, Shelby, Nikki and Presley; his great-great-grandchildren, Zoey, Sophie, Gunner, Alex, Anthony, Malaya, Raylan, Tristan, Ian, Jonathan and Ezio; his sisters, Bonnie Duvall of Vevay, IN, Sharon Lauderbaugh of Madison, IN and Carolyn Kelley of Springdale, OH and his several nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by his parents, Lawrence Chase, died July 21, 1988 and Ivy Pearl (Boone) Chase, died May 17, 1990; his wife of nearly 63 years, Mary Lou (Long) Chase, died July 6, 2013; his son, Steven Wayne Chase, died December 20, 1969; his granddaughter, Melissa Sue (Robinson) Joseph, died June 19, 2014 and his sisters, Jo Ann (Chase) Smith, died December 6, 1997 and Oleta Walston, died October 28, 2001.Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, December 13, 2017, at 11:00 am, by Rev. Mike Jones at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043. Interment will follow in the Vevay Cemetery, Vevay, Indiana.Friends may call 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Tuesday, December 12, 2017, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043. Masonic Services will be conducted by the Florence Masonic Lodge No. 27 F&AM at 7:30 pm, Tuesday, December 12, 2017, at the funeral home.Memorial contributions may be made to Keeping Pace Cancer Fund % CFSCI, Florence Masonic Lodge No. 27 F&AM or Vevay American Legion Post #185 Relief Fund. Cards are available at the funeral home.
2006: t-Third place (-2)Woods entered the final round just two shots off the lead at 2 under, but this tournament belonged to Mickelson, who won his second Masters tournament at 7-under par. Woods finished in a six-way tie for third place. 2013: t-Fourth place (-5)Woods was tied for seventh after three rounds and pushed to 3 under heading into the final round. Despite a late charge on the back nine, Woods finished four strokes behind Adam Scott and Angel Cabrera. Scott won a two-hole playoff. 2000: Fifth place (-4)Woods pushed up to 1 under after three rounds, but he was still six strokes behind Vijay Singh, who closed out the tournament at 10-under par. Woods finished six strokes behind and alone in fifth place. Tiger Woods won the 2019 Masters Sunday in thrilling fashion for his fifth championship at Augusta. Woods shot a -2 on Sunday and finished the tournament at -13. He won his first major tournament since 2008 and first Masters tournament since 2005. This also marked the 12th time Woods finshed in the top five at Augusta. Sporting News ranked Woods’ top-five finishes from 1-12. MORE: Worst Masters chokes all time 1997: First place (-18)Woods made history on so many levels. The 21-year-old won the championship. He opened a nine-shot lead after three rounds, and finished with a tournament record 270 (-18), which was a record 12 strokes ahead of second-place finisher Tom Kite. It was an all-time iconic performance in the sport that launched Woods into super-stardom. 2019: First place (-13) Woods won his 15th major tournament at 43 years old with an inconic first place finish at Augusta. He entered the day two strokes off the lead, but he passed Francesco Molinari on hole No. 15 and clinched his fifth green jacket with a bogey putt on No. 18. Woods, who had not won a major since 2008, re-emerged as the biggest story in golf. 2001: First place (-16)Woods and Phil Mickelson went head-to-head through three rounds, with Woods holding a one-shot lead at 12 under. Woods shot 4-under par in the final round to hold off David Duval, who led after a birdie on No. 15 before falling short by two strokes. 2005: First place (-12)Woods won his fourth green jacket at a water-logged Augusta where there were several delays during the week. Chris DiMarco was 13 under and led Woods by four strokes heading into the final round, but Woods made a charge with seven straight birdies in the third round to set up a memorable Sunday. That round produced Woods’ famous chip-in on No. 16, but it would take a playoff with DiMarco to decide the winner. That’s when Woods drilled a birdie putt to clinch his fourth victory at the tournament. 2002: First place (-12)Woods entered the final round tied with Retief Goosen at 11 under, but Woods shot 1 under on the final round to win his third green jacket. Woods became just the third Masters champion to win in back-to-back years, joining Jack Nicklaus (1965-66) and Nick Faldo (1989-90). 2008: Second place (-5)Woods shot a 68 in the third round to move to 5 under, six shots behind leader Trevor Immelman. Woods cut that deficit in half and finished at 5 under for a second-place finish, and Immelman closed the tournament at 8 under. This is the last Masters in which Woods finished in the top two. 2010: t-Fourth place (-11)Woods pushed to 8 under after three rounds and trailed leader Lee Westwood by four strokes and Phil Mickelson by three strokes. Mickelson took control with a 5-under final round that gave him a winning score of 16 under. Woods finished tied for fourth at 11 under.2007: t-Second place (+3)High winds were the story of this Masters, and that led to high scores. Woods made a charge in the third round by shooting even. He entered Sunday one shot off the lead at 2-over par, but Zach Johnson shot 3 under in the final round to take the championship. Woods finished two shots back in a three-way tie for second. 2011: t-Fourth place (-10)Woods shot 7 under through the first two rounds and was tied for third place heading into the weekend, and he shot 5 under in the final round. That was not enough. Charl Schwartzel finished at 14 under, and Woods closed four strokes back in a three-way tie for fourth place.