Games and Links to Results for Richmond Games

July Games

Day Date Time Club Type Location Director Results Links
Mon July 12 11:00 am Stanley’s Game 0pen
750
Bridge
Center
Paul Live for Clubs
Tues July 13 10:00 am Bridge Center Open Bridge
Center
Mimi Live for Clubs
Tues July 13 7:00 pm Friendly Bridge 0-500 Bridge
Center
Harry Live for Clubs
Wed July 14 10:00 am Bridge Center Open Bridge
Center
Mimi Live for Clubs
Wed July 14 6:35 pm Bridge Center 0-300 BBO Mimi
or Anne
Live for Clubs
Common Game
Thurs July 15 10:00 am Bridge Center 0-1500 Bridge
Center
Anne Live for Clubs
Thurs July 15 6:35 pm Friendly Bridge M&M
Inv
BBO Anne
or Linda
Live for Clubs
Common Game
Fri July 16 10:00 am Bridge Center Open Bridge
Center
Ben Live for Clubs
Sun July 18 1:30 pm Friendly Bridge 0-500 Bridge
Center
Harry Live for Clubs
Sun July 18 6:30 pm Friendly Bridge 0-100 Bridge
Center
Paul Live for Clubs
Mon July 19 11:00 am Stanley’s Game 0pen
750
Bridge
Center
Paul Live for Clubs
Mon July 19 6:05 pm Friendly Bridge 0-100 BBO Harry  Live for Clubs
Common Game
Mon July 19 6:15 pm Friendly Bridge 0-500 BBO Linda Live for Clubs
Common Game
Tues July 20 10:00 am Bridge Center Open Bridge
Center
Mimi Live for Clubs
Tues July 20 7:00 pm Friendly Bridge 0-500 Bridge
Center
Harry Live for Clubs
Wed July 21 10:00 am Bridge Center Open Bridge
Center
Mimi Live for Clubs
Wed July 21 6:35 pm Bridge Center 0-300 BBO Mimi
or Anne
Live for Clubs
Common Game
Wed July 21 7:00 pm Bridge Center BAM Bridge Center Ed Live for Clubs
Thurs July 22 10:00 am Bridge Center 0-1500 Bridge
Center
Anne Live for Clubs
Thurs July 22 6:35 pm Friendly Bridge M&M/Inv BBO Anne
or Linda
Live for Clubs
Common Game
Fri July 23 10:00 am Bridge Center Open Bridge
Center
Ben Live for Clubs
Sun July 25 1:30 pm Friendly Bridge 0-500 Bridge
Center
Harry Live for Clubs
Sun July 25 6:30 pm Friendly Bridge 0-100 Bridge
Center
Paul Live for Clubs
Mon July 26 11:00 am Stanley’s Game Open
750
Bridge
Center
Paul Live for Clubs
Mon July 26 6:05 pm Friendly Bridge 0-100 BBO Harry Live for Clubs
Common Game
Mon July 26 6:15 pm Friendly Bridge 0-500 BBO Linda Live for Clubs
Common Game
Tues July 27 10:00 am Bridge Center Open Bridge
Center
Mimi Live for Clubs
Tues July 27 7:00 pm Friendly Bridge 0-500 Bridge
Center
Harry Live for Clubs
Wed July 28 10:00 am Bridge Center Open Bridge
Center
Mimi Live for Clubs
Wed July 28 6:35 pm Bridge Center 0-300 BBO Mimi Live for Clubs
Common Game
Wed July 28 7:00 pm Bridge Center BAM Bridge Center Ed Live for Clubs
Thurs July 29 10:00 am Bridge Center 0-1500 Bridge
Center
Anne Live for Clubs
Thurs July 29 6:35 pm Friendly Bridge M&M
Inv
BBO Anne
or Linda
Live for Clubs
Common Game
Fri July 30 10:00 am Bridge Center Open Bridge
Center
Ben Live for Clubs

Links to Game Results in Unit 109

Live Games

Clarksville Contract Bridge Club
Clarksville, VA
https://my.acbl.org/club-results/249201

Rappahannock Area Bridge Club
Fredericksburg, VA
https://my.acbl.org/club-results/257469

Fredericksburg Duplicate Bridge Club
Fredericksburg, VA
https://my.acbl.org/club-results/102681

Fauquier County DBC
Marshall, VA
https://my.acbl.org/club-results/262378

Willow Oaks Country Club
Richmond, VA
https://my.acbl.org/club-results/188284

Country Club of VA
Richmond, VA
https://my.acbl.org/club-results/259457

Stanley’s Game
Bridge Center in Richmond, VA
https://my.acbl.org/club-results/220251

The Bridge Center Inc
Bridge Center in Richmond, VA
https://my.acbl.org/club-results/110601

RBA Friendly Bridge Club
Bridge Center in Richmond, VA
https://my.acbl.org/club-results/249714

Online Games

The Bridge Center Inc
BBO Richmond, VA
https://my.acbl.org/club-results/110601 or
http://tcgcloud.bridgefinesse.com/ClubWebHost/110601/

RBA Friendly Bridge Club
BBO Richmond, VA
https://my.acbl.org/club-results/249714 or
http://tcgcloud.bridgefinesse.com/ClubWebHost/249714/

Robert Campbell MacCleave (May 23, 1938-March 21, 2021)

MacCleave, Robert Campbell, 82, passed away peacefully at home in Moseley, Virginia, on March 21, 2021. Thanks to all the family and friends who have reached out with help, comfort, and condolences. Bob was born in Newton, Massachusetts, on May 23, 1938. He was preceded in death by his father, Milford MacCleave and his mother Isabel Sanderson MacCleave. He is survived by his wife of 36 years, Linda Bates MacCleave, and several cousins, in-laws, nieces, nephews, great nieces, and a great nephew.

Bob spent much of his youth on Long Island, New York. He had fond memories of taking a bus to the Museum of Natural History or spending the day at Coney Island. As a youngster, he was interested in scouting. He attained the rank of Eagle Scout in 1954. He graduated from Hempstead High School in 1956. Bob was one of the top students in math and science and was recruited by Virginia Tech. He and 3 others drove down from New York. He told the story of finding this super-highway on the map that might shorten the trip. They had found Skyline Drive. Bob attended Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, which Bob always referred to as B-burg University and graduated with a degree in Chemical Engineering in 1962. He held several engineering positions after graduating, but he spent the longest time in his career at Allied-Signal at the Chesterfield plant where he excelled in processing of nylon production and introduced computers to the process. His innovation and expertise were well known. He enjoyed the work so much that he turned down several opportunities for promotions. He wanted to manage production, not people. He retired in 1997 after having been promised a lucrative retirement package if he would stay on for another year.

Bob was an avid golfer and bridge player. He played and managed leagues for Allied-Signal. He continued to play golf after retirement as long as he was physically capable. He stopped playing, but he never gave up his clubs. He started playing duplicate bridge in the early 1980s and eventually achieved the rank of Silver Life Master. His main contribution to Richmond bridge was being part of the team of people who started the program called Friendly Bridge. It was through Friendly Bridge that lessons and games for beginners caused bridge in Richmond to flourish. He was also known for his expertise and fairness as a director, as well as a magician with the ever-evolving computer-assisted scoring that made its way into duplicate bridge in the early 2000s. Bob is a member of the Hall of Fame for the Richmond Bridge Association and the Goodwill Committee for District 6.

Bob was known for his sense of humor, his large laugh, and his ever-present unlit cigar. He loved science fiction movies, especially Star Wars, Harry Potter, and Lord of the Rings. He loved audible books, primarily detective mysteries. He also loved his cats and is survived by Sunny and Ali MacCleave, who will miss him very much.

Bob’s life will be celebrated at a reception on Friday, September 17 at The Place where we can gather safely to share stories and memories. Friends and family will be invited as soon. Please give to a charity of your choice in Bob’s memory. His favorite charities were the Richmond Animal League and Feedmore.