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Meet USBC’s Newest Hall Of Famers


The USBC Hall of Fame will have six new members when induc- tions take place July 1 at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Conven- tion Center in Grapevine, Texas. A USBC panel of veteran bowling writers, hall of famers and


board members voted on nominees in the Superior Performance category, while the USBC Hall of Fame committee made selec- tions in the categories of Outstanding USBC Performance (a new category option for voters), Meritorious Service and Veterans.


Del Ballard Jr. (Superior Performance) Won 13 PBA titles between 1987 and 1993, including two majors. “It feels great, and it’s a little bit of a relief,” Ballard said. “After being on the ballot and not getting in the last three years, I was wondering if it was ever going to happen, or if maybe I didn’t deserve it. I felt like I belonged, but sometimes you have an opinion of yourself that other people may not agree with. Now, this shows that people feel I’m deserving, and I’m extremely grateful.”


Roseann Kuhn (Meritorious Service) Longtime Women’s International Bowling Congress Executive Director. “I’m really humbled by this, just really humbled,” said Kuhn. “You don’t get where you are without the help of a lot of people, and so many people have helped me along the way. I want to thank everyone over the years who had a hand in helping me.”


Roseann Kuhn 7 USBOWLER MARCH 2011


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Del Ballard Jr.


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