James Hammond “Ham” Pound started bowling at age 15. He served in the Korean war from 1950 to 1954. While in the service he reopened a bowling center to give the troops a place for recreation. He returned to Cayce after his tour of duty and became a postman for 34 years. When Park Triangle […]
Bruce Mitterling and his wife Kay started their many years of volunteering in the sport of bowling in 1959 in the Warsaw Bowling Association. In 1968 he was elected into the Warsaw Bowling Association Hall of Fame for Meritorious Service. In 1977 he and Kay moved to Spartanburg, SC where they joined the association and […]
Data Not Available. Died in 1980. Inducted posthumously.
Sharon Meares Miller was born January 25, 1961 in Newport News, VA. She lost her battle with cancer in September 2008. Sharon started bowling at age seven with her two younger brothers Greg and Kenny. Sharon won many awards in SC State Youth Bowling Championship Tournaments. She later became Secretary/Treasurer of the Seneca Junior Bowling […]
David LeRoy Null was a member for over twenty years. He started bowling as a youth bowler and quickly advanced to a high leve.l of performance in the adult leagues. David’s bowling history consist of 15-300 games and over 16-800 series. Highest league average was 229 and highest series bowled 834. David, after a […]
Harold Cox, along with his wife Jackie, promoted Junior bowlers throughout the state of South Carolina certifying coaches, they were trained by Johnny Watts in 975. Harold enjoyed going to talk with schools and promoting the sport of bowling. Harold has worked with the Youth on both a local and state level in any position […]