Pioneers of Yesterday
League bowler since 1930. Instrumental in
organizing a number of leagues. Has been secretary of the Trade Union League for more than
25 years and primarily responsible for enlarging that league from 8 to its present 24-team
roster. Wrote bowling column for that league in the Union Advocate for over 20 years.
Member of Committee which reorganized the AFL-CIO tournament held annually in Rochester.
Rolled 686 as captain of State AFL-CIO champions in 1968. Has served on board of directors
of the Greater St. Paul Bowling Association the past 18 years and became its president
during the 1971-72 season. Served several years in various capacities on the Hall of Fame
committee and was chairman of many other association Committees. Won both Jerry Noonan and
George Dodor City tournament awards in 1973, rolling an actual 708 series. Has several
other 700's to his credit. Averaged 190 in his prime and still reaches the 180 mark in
Last Updated : Jan-01-2013