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Picklin' for a Cure

Thank you for a successful 2021 Picklin' for a Cure: an awareness and fundraising tournament for Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome (RSDSA) which my wife Karen (Kelly's and Kevin's Mom) has and Lewy Body Dementia (LBDA) as my brother (Dr. T.K. Warfield) has been diagnosed with.

Thank you to our Pickleball players, donors and sponsors. Because of them we will reach our goal and help support these two worthy organizations. Thank you.

Tom Warfield


Women's Doubles Tournament Winners


2.5 Women's Doubles

All Ages

Rebecca Crisp - Sharon Mentzer Sue Danner - Jessica Jacobs Jenny Fiero - Suzy Lorenson

3.0 Women's Doubles

Ages 57-

Paula Beemer - Melissa Wilson Jan Garcia - Elise Souter Marcy Briggs - Renee Craddock

3.0 Women's Doubles

Ages 58-63

Tanya Andrews - Nancy Bortfeld Ellen Baumgartner - Jenny Perkins Debra Geoghegan - Michelle Tuck

3.0 Women's Doubles

Ages 64+

Cherri Block - Melanie Cuneo Susan Linton - Beverly Mellor Holly Farmer - Stephanie Larman

3.5 Women's Doubles

All Ages

Carolyn Kwiecinski - Suzanne Smith Gale Frazier - Cindy Roberts Margaret Casolari - Suzanne Remington

4.0+ Women's Doubles

Ages 39-

Beth Runstad - Lindsey Simkins Heather Gooch - Erin Wilkes Kathy Palese - Hilary Porter

4.0+ Women's Doubles

Ages 40-56

Ann Hodgkiss - Megan Hughes Li Mao - Rundiati Warren Mo Harwood - Vanessa Lindskog

4.0+ Women's Doubles

Ages 57+

Jane Hagarty - Nancy Hosford Susan Hardy - Rita Williams Diane Plumb - Linda Smith

Mixed Doubles Tournament Winners


2.5 Mixed Doubles

All Ages

Tara Kono - Derek Kono Pamela Beech -William  Beech  

3.0 Mixed Doubles

Ages 54-

Stephanie Stoyanof - Josh Velaquez Melissa Wilson - Greg Schoenberg Robin Atkinson - Terry Cunningham

3.0 Mixed Doubles

Ages 55-65

Carol Romero - Randy Lyle Tanya Andrews - Brad Fiero Jeannie Medina - Matthew Medina

3.0 Mixed Doubles

Ages 66-69

Jan Garcia - Raz Rasmussen Kristy Johnson - David Johnson Beverly Mellor - Michael Mellor

3.0 Mixed Doubles

Ages 70+

Cherri Block - Alan Frankle Maria Acevedo - Steve Kuhn Gail Frazier - Jack Andrews

3.5 Mixed Doubles

Ages 49-

Mo Harwood - Timothy Hale Amanda Reller - JD Delgado Vanessa Lindskog - Brett Lindskog

3.5 Mixed Doubles

Ages 50-64

Nancy Bortfeld - Stoney Stone Jenny Perkins - Rick Kemp Suzanne Remington - Derek Remington

3.5 Mixed Doubles

Ages 65+

Cindy Roberts - John Bellingham Julie Kiker - Gary Elkind Ellen Brancazio - Ray Kuehl

4.0 Mixed Doubles

Ages 55-

Grace Weaver - Todd Lutz Taylor Hughes - Tony Abram Li Mao - Victor Baetz

4.0 Mixed Doubles

Ages 56+

Linda Paciorek - James Paciorek Carol Carpenter - Paul Montes Rita Williams - Hank Greenberg

4.5 Mixed Doubles

All Ages

Sara Bochte - Rob Hagmann Megan Hughes - Lance Hughes Nancy Hosford - Gordon Wissinger

Men's Doubles Tournament Winners


3.0 Men's Doubles

Ages 39-

Aditya Mohanty - Ashish Puthran Raz Rasmussen - Ryan Rasmussen Harvey Jackson - Josh Velazquez

3.0 Men's Doubles

Ages 40-69

Patrick McLaughlin - Christian Moher Rich Garcia - Matthew Medina Jack Andrews - Brad Fiero

3.0 Men's Doubles

Ages 70+

John Bellingham - Mark Lebsack James Beckman - JC Carlson John Apgar - Michael Mellor

3.5 Men's Doubles

Ages 50-

Timothy Hale - Kevin Warfield Dave Morden - Stoney Stone JD Delgado - Paul Sucro

3.5 Men's Doubles

Ages 51-65

Joel Bock - Dean Singleton Bo Rizzo - Gary Rosenthal Armando Delgado - Douglas Harding

3.5 Men's Doubles 

Ages 66+

Mike DiDonato - Lee Nordhagen Ray Kuehl - Dean Olson Bill Baker - James Standard

4.0 Men's Doubles

All Ages

Victor Baeza - Ryan Kaye Chuck Metzger - James Paciorek Doug Christy - Patrick Kolarik

4.5 Men's Doubles

All Ages

Rob Hagmann - Todd Lutz Tony Abram - Devin Crowley Roy Libdan - Nathan Martin

Registration is closed, but you can still support us with a donation by clicking the "Donate Now!" button.


Kino Sports Complex
2343 Tournament Way
Tucson, AZ 85714

Women - Oct. 15 | Mixed - Oct. 16 | Men - Oct. 17

Platinum Sponsor

Adara Wealth Management


Gold Sponsor

Ken and Lana Yoder

Ken and Lana Yoder

Kuumba Made

Seaver Franks Architects AIA

Silver Sponsors

Randy Lyle and Carol Romero

Randy Lyle and Carol Romero

Deep MYO Massage


Bronze Sponsors

Caid Industries

FastSigns Eastern Region

In Memory of Melinda Rinde

In Memory of Melinda Rinde

SBG, Inc.

Whirlygig Properties, LLC

In-Kind Sponsors


Bisbee Breakfast Club





New Belgium Brewing Company

Official Ball of Picklin' for a Cure Tournament


Recent Activity

Karen Warfield

Karen Warfield, born and raised in Tucson, Arizona spent her entire career in the financial Industry. A business woman Karen also dedicated her life to building a family and raising her children. Karen is a wife, mother, daughter of Paul and Rita Metz and Grammy to five beautiful grandchildren. 

In 1980, Karen had an accident during the night closing, a large metal canister accidently fell on Karen’s arm.  As a result, she had to have surgery on a nerve in her arm, and complicating issues resulted Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) formerly called Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD).  It took several years to get a proper diagnosis. Although, Karen had several more procedures and surgeries, she continued employment at the bank.  She persevered to become a financial planner. Karen’s last position, a private banker, was her favorite because of the relationships she developed with her high valued clients based on mutual trust and respect.  

Karen was forced to stop working because of CRPS. This was a difficult time because CRPS is so misunderstood and prognosis is unknown. Karen is raising money for research she hopes will lead to a cure. 

Karen loves sewing, crafts, travel and shopping . “God has me here on earth to love and play with my amazing grandchildren!”

TK Warfield

Dr. T.K. Warfield, a Tucson, AZ native and retired veterinary surgeon, was an associate veterinarian and eventually became the president of Valley Animal Hospital in Tucson. He practiced medicine for 40 years, with his primary goals always being to provide the residents of the Tucson metropolitan area with comprehensive medical and surgical care for their animals and for his hospital to be one of the leading veterinary hospitals in Arizona.

Dr. Warfield’s was also very involved with the Tucson community; at one time a Director on the Board of the Carondelet Foundation, the President of the Carondelet Foundation, Father of the Year at the Steele Children’s Research Center; and a member of the Tucson Humane Society Board, The Centurions and the United Way. He was an avid cyclist, runner, high mountain climber and Boy Scout leader.

Dr. Warfield was diagnosed with Lewy Body dementia in the fall of 2015. He officially retired from his practice in May of 2016. It was perhaps one of the most difficult decisions he has ever had to make and he misses Valley Animal Hospital and his patients every single day.

Dr. Warfield and his wife, Donna, married 51 years, are the proud parents of three children and eight grandchildren. T.K. Warfield's family has always been and will continue to be the greatest joy of his life.


Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, formerly known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) is a life-altering neuroinflammatory disorder that is the most painful of all medical conditions according to the McGill University Pain Scale. CRPS is rated more painful than some forms of cancer, amputation, fribromyalgia, and childbirth. It often prevents patients from completing regular daily tasks. There is no known cure. 

CRPS is a rare disease with only 50,000 cases being diagnosed per year in the U.S. Symptoms can be mild (swelling, joint stiffness, pain and changes in skin temperature) to extreme. There is no standard treatment or medications, that alleviate symptoms consistently. 

RSDSA raises funds for research to find better treatments – and a cure for CRPS. We also work with research groups and healthcare professionals worldwide to foster collaboration, communication and awareness.


Mission Statement

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome Association (RSDSA) mission is to provide support, education, and hope to all affected by the pain and disability of CRPS/RSD, while we drive research to develop better treatments and a cure.

About LBDA

Lewy body dementia (LBD) is not a rare disease. It affects more than a million people and their families in the United States alone and is the second most common form of degenerative dementia. LBD symptoms may closely resemble other more commonly known disorders, and it is currently widely under-diagnosed.

While there is currently no cure for Lewy body dementia, early diagnosis and treatment may improve the quality of life and independence of the affected individual. Our vision is to one day find a cure for LBD and to provide specialized treatment and support to those still living with the disease.

The Lewy Body Dementia Association (LBDA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness of the Lewy body dementias, supporting people with LBD, their families and caregivers and promoting scientific advances. The Association’s purposes are charitable, educational, and scientific.


Mission Statement

Through outreach, education and research, we support those affected by Lewy body dementias, their families and caregivers. We are dedicated to raising awareness and promoting scientific advances.