Roy L. “Jack” Stigelmeyer

Information provided by Steve O’Brien – Jack Stiegelmeyer was a very dedicated, longtime volunteer for the sport of bowling, giving his time at many levels for the sport.  He was a past President and Hall of Fame member for the Greater Charleston (S.C.) Bowling Association, a past President and Hall of Fame member for the […]

Kent Smith

From his earliest days as a youth  bowler, Kent Smith has received the support of family, friends and teammates as he tries to show his appreciation for all that the sport of bowling means to him.   At the age of 6, Kent’s parents took him bowling at the Westlane Bowling Center in Spartanburg.  At […]

Ophelia Meredith

Phyl came from a small town in Arkansas and moved to Cannonsburg, PA while a teenager.  She met and married Bob in 1951.  They have two children; a son, Jeffrey and wife Mary in Marietta, GA with two daughters Amanda and Melissa, and a daughter Lynda and husband Scott in Bear, Delaware with daughter Laura. […]

Bob Gantenbein

Bob Gantenbein started bowling in 1950 while living in California.  After moving to Gaffney, South Carolina in the early 1970’s, he helped organize both the Gaffney local and adult associations.  Bob has served on both Boards in all capacities.  Currently, Bob is a Life Member of the Gaffney Bowling Association.   1988 was a good […]

Melonie Fisher

Born in Florence, SC, Melonie, the daughter of Charles and Melba Efird and Thomas J. Seay, comes from a family of bowlers.  Although she was unable to participate in a youth bowling program, her parents would let her “roll a ball or two” after their league at Park Lanes, in West Columbia.   Melonie has […]

© 2015 Website created by RepairTech