Andrew Cain, of Phoenix, elected president by the board in January 2012, is a three-time member of Team USA (2002, 2003, 2005) and was a member of Junior Team USA in 2001.
He finished fourth in the 2007 Dick Weber Classic, his first event after joining the Professional Bowlers Association. He went on to win 2007-08 PBA Western Region Player and Rookie of the Year awards, and subsequently earned an exemption on the Lumber Liquidators PBA Tour for 2008-09.
Cain started bowling at age 6 and had his first 300 game at age 12. He finished 10th in the first Junior Gold Championships in 1998, credentials that helped him earn the 1999 Chuck Hall Star of Tomorrow Award. He was a two-time first-team All-American at Arizona State University. In 2001, Cain was named Bowling Writers Association of America Amateur Bowler of the Year, an award he would win again in 2005, and was runner-up for BWAA Collegiate Bowler of the Year.
As a member of Team USA, he won three gold medals at the 2005 FIQ/WTBA American Zone Championships, a bronze medal in singles at the 2005 World Games, and he won five gold medals and one silver at the Tournament of the Americas. He also brought home a silver medal from the 2003 WTBA World Championships and was a semifinalist in the 2002 AMF World Cup.
Cain, a USBC Silver coach, was a member of the Team All-Events champion at the 2011 USBC Open Championships. He has rolled numerous 300 games and has an 868 high series.Read More
Tom Bluth, of Davie, Fla., has been executive vice president, chief financial officer and general counsel for Ellis Diversified, Inc. in Fort Lauderdale since 2003.
A member of the American Bar Association and the Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants, he has spent most of the past two decades in similar positions for several companies. He previously served as a member of the board of directors of ABCO, a for-profit subsidiary of the American Bowling Congress.
Bluth, the son of USBC Hall of Famer Ray Bluth, earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Washington University in St. Louis in 1979. He added advanced degrees in law (J.D. and LL.M.) from the school in 1982 and 1987.
He started his work career in 1980 as a supervisor for Touche Ross & Co. in St. Louis. After five years, he became an assistant tax director for Southwestern Bell Corporation before moving to Florida in 1989. He worked in Maryland from 2000-03 before returning to Florida for his present position.
Bluth is married with four children.Read More
Over the past 30 years, Tamoria Adams, of Charlotte, N.C., has been an avid bowler and a dedicated leader at the national, state and local levels.
Adams served as a director, fifth vice president and third vice president of the Women’s International Bowling Congress during her 10 years on the WIBC Board of Directors. She also was a member of the USA Bowling Board of Trustees.
Her past bowling positions include Team USA state coordinator; Charlotte Women’s Bowling Association director and president; North Carolina WBA director, first vice president and president; North Carolina Bowling Council secretary; and WIBC and North Carolina WBA delegate.
Adams served on numerous committees including the WIBC Joint Diversity and Legislative committees, where she was chair, and also on the Association Governance and Collegiate committees. She also was a member of the Structure Committee that formed USBC.
She was inducted into the Charlotte WBA Hall of Fame in 1995 for meritorious service and is a Charlotte WBA Life Member. She was included into the former North Carolina WBA Hall of Fame for meritorious service.
Adams is a former president of the Greater Charlotte USBC Association and the North Carolina State USBC Association. She is chair of the board of trustees of the Greater Charlotte Bowling Scholarship Fund.
Away from bowling, Adams enjoys listening to classical music, operas, theater, gaming and cheering for the Duke University Blue Devils. She and husband Jerry have two daughters.Read More
Darlene Baker, Mahomet, Ill., served as USBC president during the 2010-11 season. She has been associated with the sport of bowling for more than 40 years and has established herself as a leader at the national, state and local levels.
At the national level, Baker has served on the USBC Board of Directors since the organization’s inception and has spent time as chair of the Strategic Planning Committee. She previously served as a director on the Young American Bowling Alliance, Women’s International Bowling Congress and USA Bowling boards of directors.
Baker, the Chief Financial Officer for the Piatt County Mental Health Center, has been on the Illinois USBC Women’s Bowling Association Board of Directors since 1993 and served as third vice president for nearly six years. She served as a director on the Clinton (Ill.) USBC for four years, and has served on the Champaign Area USBC as a director for five years with one year as third vice president.
She has been on the Illinois State USBC Youth Board since 1994, where she was second vice president for 10 years and now is the only vice president for that board. She was Illinois Bowling Council secretary-treasurer for eight years and spent 20 years on the Clinton WBA Board, including three years as president. She is a member of the Clinton WBA Hall of Fame and Illinois WBA Hall of Fame, both for meritorious service.
On the lanes, she won eight titles in the 1989 Clinton WBA championships. She also is a certified lane inspector.
Baker bowled a high series of 675 to finish fourth in Classified Singles at the 2006 USBC Open Championships.
She and her husband, Randy, have four children and five grandchildren. She enjoys spending time with her family, reading, crocheting, crafts, flower arranging and working with the University of Illinois Women’s Volleyball support group, the Networkers, serving on the board from 1998 to 2009, serving six years as president.Read More
Perry Daniels, of Carrollton, Texas, has been involved with the sport for more than 30 years. He is a member of The National Bowling Association and has held TNBA leadership positions such as local senate president, member of the Constitution Committee, Southern regional tournament director, national president, national king, national life member and marketing director.
In 2008, he was inducted into the TNBA Southern Region Hall of Fame for meritorious service and in 2010 received the annual TNBA Joe Blue Award for Outstanding Service.
On the local level, Daniels served as American Bowling Congress director for the Greater St. Louis Bowling Association.
Perry retired after 30 years with IBM Corporation and owned his own service industry business for five years. He is Past President and Rules Interpreter of the Dallas Basketball Officials Association.
Daniels and his wife, Linda, have four children and nine grandchildren. He bowls in a USBC league and is an avid golfer.Read More
Catherine “Cathy” DeSocio, of Wichita, Kan., is president-elect of the Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America. She has been involved in the bowling business her entire life. Following in the footsteps of her father, BPAA Hall of Famer John Crum, she is president of JOMA Company, which operates seven centers, from 24 lanes up to 48 lanes, in Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma.
She has always been very involved on the local, state and national levels of the bowling industry. Locally, she has served as secretary/treasurer of the SCBPA, Committee chair for In-School Bowling (partnering with local USBC to fund the program), organized the local Big Brothers/Big Sisters Charity Bowling Classic, and received the Newman University Partnership Award for helping start the university’s collegiate bowling program.
In 2006, she was the recipient of the Walt DeLozier Outstanding Service Award for Outstanding Service and Dedication to the Sport of Bowling, sponsored by the Wichita Convention and Tourism Bureau and presented by the Great Plains USBC. On the state level, she has served on the Convention and Youth and Finance Committees and in 2005 was Kansas' “Young Guns” nominee for Kansas’ Proprietor of the Year.
Nationally, she is chair of The Bowling Foundation Board of Directors and is on the BPAA Tournament Committee, and has also served previously on the BPAA Marketing and Youth Committees.
Outside of bowling, she runs an investment partnership of oil and gas exploration, is a member of the Power of the Purse, a Kansas political action committee dedicated to electing women to statewide office. Bowling collegiately for Wichita State University, Cathy has a passion for the sport of bowling and the future of the industry. She holds advanced degrees in accounting and finance.Read More
Jo Dimond, of Columbus, Ohio, began her first term on the board with the 2011-12 season. She currently is the Central Ohio USBC Association manager, a position she has held since 2005, and serves as conference coordinator for 46 high schools in central Ohio.
Dimond served as a director for the Women’s International Bowling Congress from 2002-05 and as executive director of the Greater Columbus Bowling Association from 2001-05. She was association secretary for the Columbus WBA from 1988-2005.
She served on the USBC Restructuring Task Force in 2008-09, has been on the Nominating Committees for WIBC and USBC, and was an original member of the Membership Development team for Bowling Headquarters in the early 1990s.Read More
Margaret (Libbi) Fletcher
Margaret (Libbi) Fletcher is a former president and current board member of the Metro Detroit USBC Bowling Association. She has extensive experience as a leader and administrator at the local, state and national levels.
She was a director for the Women’s International Bowling Congress for four years serving on the Strategic Planning, Certification Review, Collegiate, Transition and Bowling Technology Task Force committees, among others.
Fletcher, who is a sales support specialist for Logicalis, an international provider of high-performance IT integration solutions, was instrumental in the merger of Detroit area local associations, serving as chairperson for the transition committee for the merger of the Detroit Women’s Bowling Association, Greater Detroit B.A., Greater Detroit Young American Bowling Alliance Association and Pontiac (Mich.) WBA.
Fletcher was the 2004-05 Detroit WBA Woman of the Year. She was a 2001 Pontiac WBA doubles champion, has a high average of 189, high game of 279 and high series of 689.
She was elected to the Detroit Hall of Fame in 2009 and the Michigan State USBC WBA Hall of Fame in 2011, both for meritorious service. She was awarded the Cheryl McGowan Sportsmanship Award in 2009-10 and the John P Gavie Award, for promotion of the sport, in 2008. She is a member of the Bowling Writers’ Association of America and writes a column for Bowler’s Digest.Read More
Tommy Gann’s 40-plus-year involvement with the sport of bowling is marked by his service as a volunteer administrator at the local, state and national levels. A member of the Sapulpa (Okla.) Bowling Association Hall of Fame, Gann has served as Sapulpa BA president since 1986. He was an American Bowling Congress director for six years and a member of the Young American Bowling Alliance Board of Directors for five years.
Gann serves as the commissioner of high school bowling in Oklahoma and was chairman of the ABC/WIBC Collegiate Committee. He was awarded the Gordon Teigen Meritorious Service Award in 2010 by the Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association.
He was selected as the 2004 Jim Thorpe Man of the Year for bowling for the state of Oklahoma. The award recognizes an individual who has made a significant impact or has attained an exceptional degree of accomplishment in a sport as a major contributor, administrator, leader, path maker or competitor in the state of Oklahoma.
Away from bowling, Gann is a retired teacher, coach and assistant principal at Sand Springs Schools and currently is employed as a loan officer at Great Plains Mortgage in Tulsa, Okla. He is a member of the National Education Association and the Oklahoma Education Association, in addition to being a member of the Oklahoma Coaches Association.
He and wife Leah have two children. He enjoys family time, travel and coaching youth bowlers.Read More
Amanda Hollenbaugh, of Tucson, Ariz., is a 2009 USBC Youth Ambassador of the Year award winner. She started her first term on the board with the 2011-12 season as a Youth Committee representative.
She is attending the University of Arizona and Pima Community College, focusing on Engineering and Regional development. She has worked in the office for a psychiatric nurse practitioner and recently finished bartending school.
She was selected for the Youth Ambassador Award because of her work in a junior league and her community service despite working two part-time jobs. She volunteered to coach kids in an after-school bowling program and published a monthly newsletter with the help of three junior league bowlers. She was a key person in helping to build a much-needed wall at a local veteran’s home and regularly served breakfast at a soup kitchen.Read More
Suzanne Huebel, of Oscoda, Mich., is a youth committee representative on the USBC Board of Directors after serving more than a decade on the committee. She has been the proprietor/manager of the 12-lane Vista Lanes for more than 25 years, managing employees and organizing the center’s youth leagues.
She was on the Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America Youth Committee for 10 years and helped resurrect the In-School Bowling Program. She has volunteered at the USBC Junior Gold and Pepsi Championships for many years.
A Bronze level coach, she was secretary-treasurer on the board of directors of the former Young American Bowling Alliance in its final season in 2004-05. She also has served as president of the Northern Michigan Bowling Proprietors Association.
Before involvement with the bowling center, she was a secretary for a high school for six years and a bank teller for four years.
In 2006, she was one of 17 people to earn the distinguished Proprietor of the Year award from BPAA.Read More
Michael Italia, of Warrington, Pa., currently is an assistant manager for Limerick Bowl. Previously, he worked for the Montgomery County Industrial Development Corporation as a consultant.
Italia holds a bachelor’s degree in business management and administration from the University of Phoenix, and holds many certificates in fire and rescue services. He serves as a fire marshal and career firefighter, and has used bowling as a fundraiser for local non-profit groups.
A third-generation bowler and a member of USBC and the former American Bowling Congress and Young American Bowling Alliance for more than two decades, he has a 299 high game and 756 high series. He has won two junior league tournaments and several adult tournaments. He also enjoys coaching youth bowlers and helping form new leagues and getting new members.
In 2006 he joined the Professional Bowlers Association as a full member and bowls in regional events in his spare time. He lives with his wife, Tami, his daughter, Johanna, and his son, Luciano.Read More
Karl Kielich, of El Paso, Texas, was appointed to the board starting with the 2011-12 season to fill the final two years of a vacated position.
Kielich is president of the El Paso USBC and has been on the El Paso USBC/El Paso Bowling Association board for more than 14 years. He was actively involved in the local promotion of the 2010 USBC Women’s Championships in El Paso and also is the tournament director for the El Paso Scratch Classic.
A finance manager for AT&T since 2005, Kielich previously worked as an assistant manager at a bowling center. As program coordinator for the new facility, he created successful leagues and tournaments for the new center in addition to serving as manager of the pro shop.
On the lanes, Kielich has one professional title in the PBA Southwest region and more than 20 city titles in the El Paso USBC/El Paso BA along with several 300 and 800 series. He was inducted into the El Paso USBC Hall of Fame in 2008.Read More
Bob Klatt, of Prior Lake, Minn., is employed by NOREX, Inc. a nationwide membership organization for information technology professionals.
In January 2011, he published his first book, Klattitude – An Inspirational Guide to Striking a Positive Frame of Mind. Bob offers motivational speaking and team-building services to groups and organizations as Bowler Bob the Kingpin of Personal Improvement. He holds a master’s degree in business, with a focus on leading and managing organizational change, from the University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis.
He has accumulated business and management experience in privately and publicly held companies in various industries (construction, hospitality, information technology, manufacturing, real estate, recreation, sporting goods, and textiles). Klatt worked in corporate marketing at G&K Services headquarters and as director of marketing and sales for the Lind Shoe Company.
For five years, Bob managed Cedarvale Lanes in Eagan, Minn., home to 2,000-plus league bowlers. He hosted profitable tournaments including PBA regionals, World Team Challenges, the Amateur Bowlers Tour and Minnesota Junior Bowlers Tour. He also organized Special Olympic fundraising events. Bob has conducted marketing seminars and provided consulting services to bowling centers of all sizes.
Klatt is a former PBA member with multiple 300 games, including one on local cable television. He is a volunteer coach for the Prior Lake High School bowling team. Bob also umpired professional minor league baseball and trains youth baseball umpires. He is proud to have worked on the John Deere assembly line in his hometown of Horicon, Wis.
Since being elected to the USBC Board in 2009, Bob has served on the following committees: Awards, Championships Steering, Diversity, Equipment Specifications, League Concept Development (BPAA) and Strategic Planning.Read More
Kelly Kulick, of Union, N.J., started her first term as an athlete director on the board with the 2011-12 season.
A seven-time Team USA and two-time Junior Team USA member, Kulick graduated in 2000 from Morehead State University, where she was a two-time Collegiate Bowler of the Year. She won Rookie of the Year honors for the 2001 Professional Women’s Bowling Association season and in 2006 became the first female to earn a Professional Bowlers Association Tour exemption.
In 2010, Kulick became the first woman to win a PBA Tour title when she won the 2010 PBA Tournament of Champions. Her 2010 season also included her second Queens title and her second U.S. Women’s Open title.Read More
John Losito of Lincoln, Neb., was named to the board in January 2012 as a Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America representative.
The proprietor at Sun Valley Lanes in Lincoln, Losito was honored in 2012 with the President’s Medal for his leadership and many contributions and years of service to BPAA, especially in the area of tournaments as BPAA’s Tournament Committee chairman. He was selected the 2006 Nebraska Bowling Proprietor of the Year.
Losito was an at-large BPAA board member in 2007 and 2008. A member of the BPAA High School Committee, he also has served as state commissioner of the Nebraska High School Bowling Federation since its inception in 2000. He has been on the board of the Nebraska State Bowling Proprietors since 1998.
He is a two-time collegiate national bowling team champion (Erie Community College in 1988, Nebraska in 1990) and a three-time academic All-American.Read More
Wendy Macpherson, of Henderson, Nev., won 20 Professional Women’s Bowling Association titles in her career. She first made her presence known on the women’s scene as an 18-year-old amateur when she won the U.S. Women’s Open for her first title.
Since then she became the youngest woman to win the tour’s Triple Crown, captured three USBC Queens titles, was selected Woman Bowler of the Year four times and became the all-time earnings leader in women’s professional bowling with $1.2 million in 2003 when the PWBA ceased operations.
A member of Team USA in 2008 and 2009, Macpherson was inducted into the USBC Hall of Fame in 2009. She is the only woman to win a USBC Open Championships title, firing an 812 series to win the 2006 Regular Singles crown in Corpus Christi, Texas.
In addition to being a Professional Bowling Association member, she also is a member of the Japanese Professional Bowling Association. She has won 10 JPBA titles, including the Chiba Open (2010, 2011) and the Big Box Higashiyashamato Open (2010, 2011).Read More
Tony Manna Jr.
Tony Manna Jr., of Omaha, Neb., is a six-time member of Team USA (1998-2002, 2004). He earned three gold and two silver medals in the 2002 Tournament of the Americas, three gold medals and one bronze in the 2001 Federation Internationale des Quilleurs American Zone Championships, a gold medal in the 1999 Pan American Games, a silver medal in the 1999 FIQ World Championships and a silver medal in the 1998 FIQ World Tenpin Team Cup.
He is a graduate of the University of Nebraska where he also was a member of the bowling club and served as president from 1992-94. He was Collegiate Bowler of the Year runner-up and was selected Most Valuable Player at the Intercollegiate Bowling Championships in 1994.
Manna, who is a Senior Administrator at West Corporation in Omaha, is a member of the Nebraska State and Omaha Bowling Halls of Fame.Read More
Mark Martin, of Waterford, Mich., is the manager of the Metro Detroit USBC Association, the largest USBC local association in the nation.
A bowler for more than 40 years, Martin has been an active volunteer at the local, state and national level for most of his life. He was on the ABC Board of Directors from 2002-2004 and served on the Greater Detroit Bowling Association Board for 20 years. Martin has recent experience at the national level, serving on the USBC Strategic Planning Committee from 2004-2007.
Before taking over as association manager for Metro Detroit four years ago, Martin spent 10 years as Executive Director of the Greater Detroit Bowling Association and three years as the Secretary-Treasurer of the Detroit Women’s Bowling Association.Read More
Jay Nephew, of Dallas, is self-employed, providing graphic design and marketing services to independent clients.
Nephew previously worked for AMF Bowling, where he was named Manager of the Year in 2004. He also spent several years with Marcel Bowling Enterprises, managing one of the largest facilities in the U.S., the former 80-lane center Olympic Bowl in Rochester, N.Y. Among his duties was serving as special events coordinator for the Lilac City Tournament and helping orchestrate the Professional Bowlers Association event in Rochester.
Nephew began his bowling career at age 3, becoming the youngest bowler in his small hometown of Plattsburgh, N.Y., to be certified at that time. Since then, Nephew has amassed a variety of bowling accomplishments, including the High Roller A-Game, World Team Challenge titles and the Rochester New York Masters.
Nephew has competed in several PBA events and has traveled internationally to South Africa, where he captured the Menlyn Open title.Read More
Vernon Peterson, of Lake Wales, Fla., has been the manager of the Kegel Connection Pro Shop in Winter Haven, Fla., since 2004 and has been a top-tier bowler for two decades.
A three-time member of Team USA (1997-1999), Peterson was the 1996 U.S. Amateur champion. He helped Team USA to the team silver medal at the 1999 World Tenpin Bowling Association World Championships in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
At the 1997 Pan American Bowling Confederation Championships in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, he helped Team USA to gold medals in the trios and team events
A USBC Silver level coach, Peterson has been in the pro shop business for more than 17 years. He has more than 40 career 300 games and more than 20 career 800 series.Read More
Deanna Rose, of Fairport, N.Y., was elected to the board in 2010. She holds a master's degree in management from Nazareth College in New York and currently is a Human Resources Manager at Sutherland Global Services. She has held past board positions in her community and has volunteered with Junior Achievement for six years.
A bowler since age 7, Rose won the New York State Women’s Queens Division II in 2003. In 2008, she won the local team association championships. In addition, she placed first five out of six years in the mixed team event at the Wild Irish Rose tournament. In 1998 she held a mixed doubles two-game total city record of 567.
She has held secretary/treasurer for local leagues and has served as a league president.Read More
Frank Wilkinson of Staten Island, N.Y., is the owner of Rab’s Country Lanes and has been involved in the sport most of his life.
He is chair of the USBC Youth Committee and a youth committee representative on the USBC Board of Directors. After serving a one-year term as president of the Empire State USBC BA, he was elected vice president of the newly merged New York State USBC, effective Aug. 1, 2011.
He has served on the New York State USBC Youth Association Board of Directors since 2004 and is an active volunteer of the Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America, serving on the Youth, Young Guns, Constitution and Bylaws, Marketing, and International Bowl Expo committees.
He began volunteering with the Young American Bowling Alliance Youth Leaders Chapter at age 11, serving on various project committees, and was elected president of the chapter at 14. He was elected president of the USBC New York State Youth Leaders chapter when he was 18 and, two years later, was elected Staten Island USBC Association president.
He has received many honors for his work with youth bowling, including New York State YABA Youth Leader of the Year and Youth Leader Alumni Bridging the Gap Award in 2004, the 2004-05 YABA National Male Youth Leader of the Year, and the Local Youth Sports Administrator of the Year by The National Council of Youth Sports in 2008.
He is a part-time student at DeVry University, pursuing a degree in Sales & Marketing and Project Management.Read More
Marci Williams, of Wichita, Kan., was re-elected for a second three-year term starting with the 2011-12 season. She served as the Great Plains USBC Association president from 2005-10. The association was named 2005 Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America Association of the Year and was the first governing body of a sport inducted into the Wichita Sports Hall of Fame (2010).
A bowler for more than 35 years, Williams had a record qualifying round at the 2007 USBC Senior Queens. She was part of a team that won several Brunswick World Team Challenge women’s events in the 1990s. She was named 2006-07 Great Plains USBC Senior Bowler of the Year.
Williams worked for Learjet, Inc. for 34 years, including 20 as a corporate tax analyst.Read More
Bill Vint, of East Troy, Wis., starts his first term on the board with the 2011-12 season. He has more than 40 years of journalism and marketing experience including 20 as editor of Bowling Magazine, American Bowler and US Bowler. The founder of Sleeping Dogs Communications, he currently handles media relations for the Professional Bowlers Association.
In 1991, he initiated the creation of the first magazine for all ABC members, leading to the creation of Bowling Headquarters’ first membership database. Vint helped design the Registered Volunteer Program and was liaison to the ABC, WIBC and USBC Hall of Fame committees. In 10 prior years, he was the Ladies Pro Bowlers Tour Marketing Director.
A former Bowling Writers Association of America President and Executive Director, he is a member of the BWAA Hall of Fame. Vint and wife Lisa founded Windy City Bowling News which has served greater Chicagoland for 20 years.Read More
This Committee is to ensure that all financial matters of the organization are conducted legally, ethically, and in accordance with proper accounting rules. This committee is independent of the Finance Committee and will give the Board assurance that audited financial statements are accurate and comprehensive and reduce any possible conflicts of interest between outside auditors and paid staff of USBC.
Jeff Boje, Chair
Susan Merrill, Staff LiaisonRead More
Tommy Gann, Chair
Jason Overstreet, Staff Liaison
This Committee serves as the liaison to the Bowlers to Veterans Link.
Darlene Baker, Chair
This Committee is to grow the sport of bowling through the commitment of the USBC leadership and staff in bringing diversity to all phases of the organization.
Libbi Fletcher, Chair
Eric Kearney, Staff Liaison
In concert with the USBC Strategic Planning Committee, this Committee shall proactively maintain and protect the integrity of the sport of Bowling. It shall be guided by the USBC Vision to "Grow the Sport".
This Committee shall make final decisions regarding all equipment on which USBC approval is requested. This Committee shall also set policies and procedures regarding equipment, specifications and all activities associated with regulating bowling center certificates.
Tony Manna, Chair
Neil Stremmel, Staff LiaisonRead More
The purpose of this Committee shall be to carry out the Board of Directors' overall responsibility relating to executive compensation.
Deanna Rose, Chair
This Committee's purpose is to ensure the appropriate financial structure is in place to support the overall organization needs and strategic direction of the USBC and its subsidiaries.
Tom Bluth, Chair
Susan Merrill, Staff Liaison
This Committee shall be dedicated to recognizing the outstanding bowlers and bowling contributors. Individuals will be recognized in the following categories: Superior performance (men and women) and meritorious service.
Bill Spigner, Chair
Anne Marie Duggan
Pete Tredwell, Staff LiaisonRead More
This Committee reviews proposed legislation, discusses items submitted by staff, other committees and if needed, may propose legislation or work with another committee to propose necessary legislation. Responsible for ensuring due process for members and athletes and to maintain the integrity of the sport of bowling.
Tamoria Adams, Chair
Mike Spridco, Staff LiaisonRead More
This Committee's purpose is to maintain approved policies and when needed to make recommendations to the Board.
Tamoria Adams, Chair
Mike Spridco, Staff Liaison
This Committee prepares the slate for Board of Directors elections and selects the slate of Youth Committee members for Board approval.
Mike Italia, Chair
Stu Upson, Staff LiaisonRead More
This Committee's purpose is to create the strategic plan (vision, mission, values, etc.) for Board review and adoption; manage plan implementation and regularly report progress to Board.
To monitor, evaluate and refine the USBC Strategic Plan and ensure its continuation by creating additional plan(s) using input, tools and resources. Further concerns are to measure USBC's current standings, further identify USBC's needs for a productive future and develop a timeline to meet those needs.
Libbi Fletcher, Chair
Stu Upson, Staff LiaisonRead More
This Committee monitors and promotes USBC youth programs. It also makes recommendations regarding youth-specific benefits; youth-specific events; youth leader programs and elects the three (3) Youth Representatives to the Board. This committee also presents recommended rule changes and youth dues to the USBC Board.
Frank Wilkinson, Chair (Frank.Wilkinson@bowl.com)
Cera Dailey (Cera.Dailey@bowl.com)
Erik Galganski (Erik.Galganski@bowl.com)
Tommy Gann (Tommy.Gann@bowl.com)
Elbert Gibson (Elbert.Gibson@bowl.com)
Brenda Green (Brenda.Green@bowl.com)
Debra Haggerty (Debra.Haggerty@bowl.com)
Amanda Hollenbaugh (Amanda.Hollenbaugh@bowl.com)
Suzanne Huebel (Suzanne.Huebel@bowl.com)
Kyle Mauerman (Kyle.Mauerman@bowl.com)
Alan Nordman (Alan.Nordman@bowl.com)
Rick Pittser (Rick.Pittser@bowl.com)
Chad Murphy, Staff LiaisonRead More
Learn more about what it means to be a part of the USBC Board of Directors. The Nominating Committee is looking for strong candidates from all different types of backgrounds. Review the brochure below and see if you are ready to step up at the national level.
Applications for the USBC Board of Directors for the 2012-13 year are now closed.
Learn more about what it means to be a part of the USBC Youth Committee. The Nominating Committee is looking for strong candidates from all different types of backgrounds. Review the brochure below and see if you are ready to step up at the national level.
Applications for the USBC Youth Committee for the 2012-13 year are now closed.