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There's more about the man behind the Skip Prosser Classic


In a few days she will attend the game with his name on it, but first she will go to the cemetery and see the tombstone bearing hers. Nancy Prosser isn't going to see her own name, of course. She's going to see Skip. She goes every month to Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati, has gone every month for more than six years, and it doesn't get easier. Skip Prosser died of a heart attack in 2007 at age 56, and for Nancy Prosser it doesn't get easier. (CBS Sports)


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