89, of Bayonne, passed away on February 8, 2018 at home surrounded by his family and loved ones. John was born in Bayonne and was a lifelong resident. He was in the Automotive Industry in Jersey City for many years. John was also in the National Guard Reserve. John was the husband of the late Dolores A. (Hicock). He was the father of Jeffrey J. Nesnay and his wife Elisa, Karen A. Nesnay, Robert D. Nesnay, Susan Gennarelli and her husband Kevin and Dr. Mary Ellen Nesnay and her husband Dr. Thomas Chillemi. Grandfather of Jaclyn Lithgow, Allison Sarnatora, Lauren Previtera, Thomas W. Chillemi, Erica P. Chillemi, and Andrew Niemiec. Great grandfather of Sullivan Lithgow, and Declan Lithgow. Brother of Robert Nesnay and the late William Nesnay, Virginia Dundon, Irene LaPilusa and Olga Fedak. Funeral arrangements by G. KEENEN O’BRIEN Funeral Home, 984 Avenue C.
“A real leader, they really don’t make guys like Don Warner anymore. A chip off that generation’s block,” said Owego Fire Department member and historian Patrick Gavin. Warner joined the department after graduating from Owego Free Academy and over the years he left his mark. Gavin says his father and grandfather worked side-by-side Warner. Warner was fire chief from 1984 to 1985 and four years prior, he was going through the ranks as assistant chief. It’s a loss that goes even deeper than the department. “I often heard him referred to as a voice of reason and somebody that department members really respected,” said Gavin. “It’s a challenge because you look back to those folks to guide you and give you the direction needed, especially during these difficult times of COVID. Making sure everything is prepared and you’re doing your job right to serve your community,” said Morris. Gavin remembers hearing stories of two block fires in the 80’s that Warner played a major role in. Warner won Owego firefighter of the year in 1983. “Anybody who commits six years of their life as a chief officer with that huge responsibility and all of the work involved, definitely a servant of the community,” said Gavin. “Just gave his life and devotion to the Village of Owego and the community,” said Morris. “Everything I’ve heard was he was a laid-back, go-getter, making sure the job was done and done right,” said current Owego fire chief Jim Morris. “Those fires were very intense and if they weren’t tackled by the members of the Owego Fire Department, the whole village could have burnt down,” said Gavin. (OWEGO) — The Owego Fire Department is mourning the loss of a lifetime member, Don Warner. Not only a standout firefighter but a standout guy, making for a tremendous loss for Owego Fire. He also recalled hearing about a silo fire where Warner had the wits to collaborate with the Cornell Cooperative Extension. Warner passed on May 31 at 76 years old.
Golfers around the world can relate to Patrick Reed after he destroyed a wedge at the U.S. Open on Friday.Reed tried to chip out of rough from off the 18th green at Pebble Beach, but he hit the ball thin and the shot stayed in the tall grass. That angered Reed, who decided to imitate a baseball player after a frustrating strikeout.Patrick Reed channels Bo Jackson, snaps the club over his knee. #USOpen pic.twitter.com/2y4P38ix8b— Carson Cunningham (@KOCOCarson) June 15, 2019MORE: Woods fuming after bogey-bogey finish To make this even more glorious, here’s a super slo-mo replay. Patrick Reed snaps his club over his leg on No. 18… 😳 pic.twitter.com/BnOWolZjTC— FOX Sports: Golf (@GolfonFOX) June 15, 2019Reed double-bogeyed the hole to leave him at 2 over par for the tournament, which is right on the projected cut line.Twitter, which wins every major, had jokes.Patrick Reed on 18 is all of us. Shirt untucked, 3 foot wedge chunk, wants to snap club pic.twitter.com/x4F2trZDkH— Nick Gleason (@nickgleason1) June 15, 2019Smart move by Patrick Reed snapping that wedge over his knee. Obviously just trying to get under the 50-pound baggage limit for his flight home tonight.— Jason Sobel (@JasonSobelTAN) June 15, 2019Watching Patrick Reed blow up on 18 #USOpen pic.twitter.com/UlKE1m5Bll— Mark 🇨🇦 (@MarkB_3) June 15, 2019Patrick Reed not mad ok? pic.twitter.com/rBYxYIxdoN— Big Cat (@BarstoolBigCat) June 15, 2019
MORE: Who will win the British Open? Betting favorites and sleeper picksOpen Championship tee times, pairings for Round 2All times are Eastern. Royal Portrush is located five time zones ahead of the East Coast.Friday, Round 2Round 1Round 2Group1:35 a.m.6:36 a.m.Darren Clarke, James Sugrue, Charley Hoffman1:46 a.m.6:47 a.m.Emiliano Grillo, Sung Kang, Thomas Thurloway1:57 a.m.6:58 a.m.Andy Sullivan, C. Bezuidenhout, Alex Levy2:08 a.m.7:09 a.m.Chan Kim, Zander Lombard, Brandon Wu (a)2:19 a.m.7:20 a.m.Richard Sterne, Romain Langasque, Mattias Schmid (a)2:30 a.m.7:31 a.m.Padraig Harrington, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Andrew Putnam2:41 a.m.7:42 a.m.Bubba Watson, Eddie Pepperell, Rafa Cabrera Bello2:52 a.m.7:53 a.m.Phil Mickelson, Shane Lowry, Branden Grace3:03 a.m.8:04 a.m.Alex Noren, Mike Lorenzo-Vera, Sam Locke3:14 a.m.8:15 a.m.Webb Simpson, Sergio Garcia, C.T. Pan3:25 a.m.8:26 a.m.Ryan Palmer, Andrea Pavan, Dylan Frittelli3:36 a.m.8:37 a.m.Kyle Stanley, Bob MacIntyre, Andrew Johnston3:47 a.m.8:48 a.m.Mikko Korhonen, Oliver Wilson, Curtis Knipes (a)4:03 a.m.9:04 a.m.Ian Poulter, Sungjae Im, Kiradech Aphibarnrat4:14 a.m.9:15 a.m.Henrik Stenson, Xander Schauffele, Graeme McDowell4:25 a.m.9:26 a.m.Haotong Li, Russell Knox, Bernd Wiesberger4:36 a.m.9:37 a.m.Jason Kokrak, Connor Syme, Austin Connelly4:47 a.m.9:48 a.m.Zach Johnson, David Duval, Corey Conners4:58 a.m.9:59 a.m.Francesco Molinari, Bryson DeChambeau, Adam Scott5:09 a.m.10:10 a.m.Rory McIlroy, Gary Woodland, Paul Casey5:20 a.m.10:21 a.m.Rickie Fowler, Kevin Kisner, Hideki Matsuyama5:31 a.m.10:32 a.m.Jim Furyk, Si Woo Kim, Jimmy Walker5:42 a.m.10:43 a.m.Luke List, Alexander Bjork , Paul Waring5:53 a.m.10:54 a.m.Shugo Imahira, Nate Lashley, Benjamin Hebert5:04 a.m.11:05 a.m.Mikumu Horikawa, Callum Shinkwin, Garrick Porteous5:15 a.m.11:16 a.m.Prom Messawat, Matthew Baldwin, Jack Senior5:46 a.m.1:35 a.m.Tom Lehman, Joaquin Niemann, M.A. Jimenez5:58 a.m.1:46 a.m.Byeong Hun An, Jorge Campillo, Chris Wood7:09 a.m.2:08 a.m.Joel Dahmen, Adri Arnaus, Dimitrios Papadatos7:20 a.m.2:19 a.m.Erik van Rooyen, Kurt Kitayama, Jake McLeod7:31 a.m.2:30 a.m.Ryan Fox, Shaun Norris, Dongkyu Jang7:42 a.m.2:41 a.m.Tyrrell Hatton, Keith Mitchell, Thomas Pieters7:53 a.m.2:52 a.m.Justin Thomas, Tommy Fleetwood, Thorbjorn Olesen8:04 a.m.3:03 a.m.Brooks Koepka, Louis Oosthuizen, Shubhankar Sharma8:15 a.m.3:14 a.m.Billy Horschel, J. Janewattananond, Aaron Wise8:26 a.m.3:25 a.m.Jordan Spieth, Marc Leishman, Danny Willett8:37 a.m.3:36 a.m.Cameron Smith, Adam Hadwin, David Lipsky8:48 a.m.3:47 a.m.Paul Lawrie, Chez Reavie, Justin Harding9:04 a.m.4:03 a.m.Takumi Kanaya (a), Tom Lewis, Brandon Stone9:15 a.m.4:14 a.m.Lucas Glover, Joost Luiten, Nino Bertasio9:26 a.m.4:25 a.m.Ernie Els, J.B. Holmes, Abraham Ancer9:37 a.m.4:36 a.m.Brandt Snedeker, Lee Westwood, Brian Harman9:48 a.m.4:47 a.m.Justin Rose, Tony Finau, Lucas Bjerregaard9:49 a.m.4:58 a.m.Dustin Johnson, Jason Day, Keegan Bradley10:10 a.m.5:09 a.m.Tiger Woods, Matthew Wallace, Patrick Reed10:21 a.m.5:20 a.m.Jon Rahm, Patrick Cantlay, Matt Kuchar10:32 a.m.5:31 a.m.Kevin Streelman, Doc Redman, Robert Rock10:43 a.m.5:42 a.m.Adrian Otaegui, Yuta Ikeda, Isidro Benitez10:54 a.m.5:53 a.m.Patton Kizziren, Sang Hyun Park, Yuki Inamori11:05 a.m.5:04 a.m.Yoshinori Fujimoto, Doyeob Mun, Andrew Wilson11:16 a.m.5:15 a..m.Gunn Charoenkul, Yosuke Asaji, Ashton Turner Woods, who said he has been waking up at 1 a.m. ET for several days to acclimate himself to the time difference in Northern Ireland, has been grouped with fellow American Patrick Reed and Englishman Matt Wallace for the first two rounds of the British Open. Their tee times are below.RoundTimePairing110:10 a.m. ETPatrick Reed, Matt Wallace25:09 a.m. ETPatrick Reed, Matt Wallace3TBD 4TBD Francesco Molinari is the defending British Open champion and finished fifth at the Masters but has just a lone win on the PGA Tour this year. He would become the first golfer to hoist the Claret Jug in consecutive years since Padraig Harrington did so in 2008.Brooks Koepka, who always brings his best game at majors, has yet to add a British Open victory to his resume despite winning four of the last five majors he has played in. Should Koepka cross the British Open win off his to-do list, he would become just the fourth golfer to ever finish in the top 10 of every major in the same calendar year that they won the Claret Jug.MORE: Watch the British Open live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)British Open field: Who is playing in 2019?As one might expect at a major tournament, the field is stacked. All 33 of the top golfers in the World Golf Rankings will be competing, including the likes of Koepka, McIlroy, Tiger Woods, Dustin Johnson and Rickie Fowler. Nineteen of the top-20 golfers in the FedEx Cup standings will also be teeing off at Royal Portrush, including Matt Kuchar and Xander Schauffele. 2017 champion Jordan Spieth and 2016 winner Henrik Stenson are also in the field.Is Tiger Woods playing in the British Open 2019?Tiger Woods is indeed back in action. This is his first tournament since he tied for 21st in the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach one month ago. The last time Woods skipped all tournaments between majors, it didn’t turn out too well for the three-time British Open champ. After taking a complete break from competition between winning his fifth Masters and the PGA Championship, Woods failed to make the cut. It may only be July, but the PGA Tour’s fourth and final major has already arrived with the 2019 British Open.For just the second time in the history of the British Open, the tournament will be played outside of England and Scotland, returning to Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland for the first time since 1951. “Local” favorite Rory McIlroy owns the course record of 61, a score he totaled when he was just 16 years old.
MASON CITY — A Mason City man facing vehicular homicide charges after a fatal motorcycle crash last fall wants his trial moved out of Cerro Gordo County.41-year-old Brandon Kellar was originally charged in October with vehicular homicide while operating under the influence in connection with the September 28th accident at the intersection of 15th and South Pennsylvania in Mason City. 36-year-old Shawn True was a passenger on the motorcycle that collided with another vehicle and died from injuries sustained in the crash.Mason City police say the investigation determined that Kellar was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the crash with a blood alcohol content of greater than the legal limit of .08. A second charge of vehicular homicide by reckless driving was filed against Kellar on April 18th.Kellar’s trial currently is scheduled to start on August 27th in Cerro Gordo County District Court, but online court records show that Kellar’s attorney last week filed a motion for a change of venue. The records do not indicate that a hearing has been scheduled to consider the change of venue motion. Vehicular homicide by OWI is a Class B felony, punishable by up to 25 years in prison. Vehicular homicide by reckless driving is a Class C felony, punishable by up to 10 years in prison.