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Kisner married the former Carole Kleckner in 1969. The couple had fraternal twins, James M. Kisner, III and Jayne M. Kendall. Later in life, he married his second wife, Phyllis Kisner.
Anthologies containing short stories by James Kisner:
James Kisner died at his home in Evansville due to accidental carbon monoxide poisoning. His wife, Phyllis Kisner, age 59, also died in the accident.
Steven Bowditch, Charley Hoffman, Kevin Kisner, Robert Streb
Autobahn County Club: Chris Kisner - 2.0L SVT ZX3 1:47.276
Rickie Fowler won the tournament, beating Kevin Kisner and Sergio García in a playoff.
George H. Moore 8,318 (nominated) / Wilder W. Hartley 5,041 (nominated) / DeHoog 3,852 / Kisner 728
Kevin Kisner (born February 15, 1984) is an American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour.
Kevin Kisner shot a second-round 66 to take a two stroke lead over Russell Knox, who shot the low round of the day, 65. First-round leader Branden Grace shot a 71 to fall to third place, four strokes behind Kisner. Li Hao-Tong, of China, moved up the leaderboard to a tie for 4th with a second-round 69.
James M. Kisner, Jr. was born on March 26, 1947, in Evansville, Indiana to Norma and James M. Kisner. He had one brother, Dan, and graduated from Bosse High School in 1965. He earned a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts degree in English at Indiana University.
In 2014, Kisner finished sixth at the Wells Fargo Championship, eighth at the Wyndham Championship and ninth at the RBC Canadian Open.
Branden Grace shot a 9-under-par 63 to take a one-stroke lead over Steven Bowditch, Kevin Kisner, and Thorbjørn Olesen.
James M. Kisner, Jr. (March 26, 1947 – June 26, 2008) was an American novelist and short story writer, primarily of horror.
Roberto Castro, Kevin Chappell (18,19), Emiliano Grillo (18,19), Kevin Kisner (19), Matt Kuchar (18,19), Kevin Na (18), Sean O'Hair, Gary Woodland (18,19)
The playoff was the first at The Players to use the 3-hole aggregate format, which began at hole 16. After the three holes, Fowler and Kisner were tied and García was eliminated. The holes scheduled to be used for sudden-death between Fowler and Kisner were the same three holes, but sudden-death began at the 17th hole, which both had birdied twice Sunday. Fowler birdied it again (his fifth on #17 for the week) to win the title.
Nick Kisner ("Slick" Nick) is an American Boxer of German-Scottish descent on his father's side and Irish-Russian (Chechen) descent on his mother's side, who was born in Baltimore, Maryland January 17, 1991.
Russell Knox shot a final round 68 to beat Kevin Kisner by two strokes. Li Hao-Tong's T7 finish was the highest PGA Tour finish for a Chinese player.
Kisner finished as runner-up at the WGC-HSBC Champions event in Shanghai in November 2015, two strokes behind Russell Knox despite holding the 36-hole lead. This was Kisner's fourth runner-up finish of the 2015 calendar year.
During the 2015 PGA Tour, Kisner finished runner-up three times, losing all three in sudden-death playoffs. He was defeated at the 2015 RBC Heritage after losing on the second hole of the playoff to Jim Furyk. Kisner would go on to finish tied with Sergio García and Rickie Fowler at The Players Championship event in May after 72 holes, losing to Fowler on the first hole of sudden-death after the two remained tied following a three-hole aggregate playoff. At the Greenbrier Classic he again tied for second after losing a sudden-death playoff, which was eventually won by Danny Lee. Kisner was eliminated on the first extra hole with birdie. Other notable results were finishes for fourth at the McGladrey Classic, fifth at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, and eighth at the Memorial Tournament.
Danny Lee won a four-man playoff over David Hearn, Kevin Kisner, and Robert Streb. Earning entry into the 2015 Open Championship were Lee, Hearn, James Hahn, and Greg Owen.