Michelle Evans-Chase

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Michelle Evans-Chase with husband Bruckner Chase offshore
Michelle Evans-Chase grew up in Willingboro, New Jersey and has been a competitive swimmer since the age of 6. She swam for Rutgers University and grew up around open water swimming with her father and her brother. She has done open water swims in Monterey Bay and San Francisco Bay in California, Ketchikan, Alaska and Folkestone, England.

She has coordinated or directed the swims and support for all of Bruckner Chase’s marathon swims and is a coach for the Ocean City Swim Club. Her father was the late channel swimmer Lt. Colonel Stewart Evans.

She wrote the grant for the American Samoan Toa o le Tai program.

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