Elected as President at the 2021 Annual Meeting, Ann has been a member of the National 600 Bowling Club since 1982. She served on several committees for the club before being appointed to the board in 2019. Ann serves as the secretary/treasurer of the Detroit 600 Club and she bowls annually in the Michigan 600 Club Tournament. Ann is currently a director on the Metro Detroit USBC, First Vice President of the Michigan State USBC, and is a board member for the International Bowling Media Association. Ann bowls twice a week and serves her league as treasurer. When Ann graduated from youth leagues she became an active certified coach, youth director, and local youth committee member where she still serves as chairman.
Debra was appointed as Vice President in May, 2021, after serving as a Director since 2020. She started bowling in 1982 and became a National 600 Club member in 1999. Debra became a director on the Arkansas State 600 club board in 2006. She has served in positions from league secretary, to association secretary of Searcy WBA, and Association President, as well as Youth Director. Debra held director for Central Arkansas WBA and Arkansas State WBA. She is certified as a LEVEL I Coach. Going through the mergers with the WIBC & ABC, she has never backed down on a challenge. Currently, Debra serves as local Vice President Central Arkansas USBC, Director for the Arkansas State USBC, as well as many committees from fund raisers to tournament director of the Theresa Kelone Memorial Tournament. With a passion for bowling, she always looks for a way to support the sport
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Ann joined the National 600 Club 38 years ago and at the 2012 Annual Meeting, she was elected Director #1. Due to the retirement of the previous Secretary, Ann was appointed Secretary/Treasurer by the President to complete the term of this office, beginning August 1, 2012. Ann currently serves as Secretary/Treasurer for the North Dakota 600 Club. She has served as the ND State Youth Association Manager and tournament director and also has served as a director on the North Dakota USBC retiring from that position last season. Ann bowls in two leagues and has served as President and Secretary-Treasurer of leagues. She is also in the North Dakota WBA Hall of Fame for Superior Performance & the Fargo-Moorhead WBA Hall of Fame.
Barbara was appointed Sargeant-At-Arms in january 2022. She served as Director #1 for 9 years. She has been a member of the National 600 Bowling Club since 1982 and has served on many committees. She is currently serving as President of the Tampa 600 Bowling Club and has been president for 28 years. Barbara served as 3rd Vice President on the Florida State 600 Club for several years. She is a 57 year member of the Tampa USBC/TWBA and has served as Director for 17 years. Barbara also has been president of her Tuesday Night Bowling league since 1987. She has served as National Delegate at conventions for 17 years and was awarded the President of the year Award in 2004. She was inducted into the Tampa USBC Hall of Fame in 2008.
Jae served as Vice President of the National 600 Club and has prior service as Second Vice President and Director, being first appointed to the Board in 1985. She joined the National, California State and Los Angeles 600 Clubs in April 1963. She was inducted into the Los Angeles WBA Hall of Fame for Meritorious Service in 1989, and is a Charter and Honorary Life Member of the South Bay 600 Club which began in 1975
Nancy served as the National 600 Club Secretary-Treasurer from 1966 to 1984 and was elected a Life Member of the National 600 Club in 1986. She continues to be active with the Club, attends Board and Annual Meetings regularly and serves as the Club's Registered Agent. Nancy is a MWBA Life Member, Memphis Area USBC Life Member and Hall of Fame Member, and Memphis Amateur Sports Hall of Fame Member. Nancy has bowled in 58 Championship Tournaments through 2018 and placed 2nd in the 1976 WIBC Division 1 Singles. She has bowled in 50 Tennessee State Tournaments and was a part of winning teams in 1969 and 1973. Nancy served in the U.S. Air Force from 1949 to 1951.