Suddenlink Tournament Helps San Angelo Hospice

03/06/12 at 11:14 am

Hospice of San Angelo (HOSA) received a $16,000 donation from the city’s Suddenlink office, representing proceeds from the Suddenlink Tony Gibson Memorial Fishing Tournament held Saturday, March 3. The check was presented at Saturday’s event. The Suddenlink Open is typically HOSA’s largest single fundraiser of the year.

HOSA wasn’t the only big winner Saturday. James Gardner was named top angler. His four-fish stringer totaling 13.26 pounds earned him the $2,200 grand prize. Dale Dickson took home $620 for catching the largest single fish, a 10.9-pound bass.

This year’s tournament featured added support from the Outdoor Channel and public appearances Friday and Saturday by Joe Thomas, host of “Ultimate Match Fishing Presented by Sta-Bil” on the Outdoor Channel. Pictured above are (left to right) Thomas, Suddenlink San Angelo Director of Operations Monica Kincer, HOSA Executive Director David McBride, and Suddenlink Business Operations Manager Corey Peddy.

Major sponsors included: Suddenlink Business, Thorp Transportation, Dean’s Marine, Walmart, Spring Creek Products, D&D Construction, Cal Tech, Johnson Funeral Home, Jim Bass Ford, The Bank and Trust, Space Age Communications, Alpha Omega Production, Horizon Branding, Goodyear Proving Ground, Skeeter Performance Fishing Boats, Field and Streams, Batteries Plus and Julio’s Chips and Burritos. More than four dozen other local businesses also supported the tournament.

For tournament details, photos and a complete list of winners, visit the tournament’s official website.

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