I’ve been told that my great-grandfather frequently took his four great-grandchildren bowling when we were very young and some of my earliest memories are of going to the bowling alley for tap dance lessons while my mom bowled so bowling has always been apart of my life. Through my teens and early twenties I drifted away from bowling but gladly returned when a friend at Hill, AFB in Utah offered to teach me to throw finger tip (with a Red Kaboose) and I have been hooked ever since. In Colorado Springs, when my son was little, I was bowling up to six times a week, was on the board of directors, held several league officer positions and was loving every minute of it. That tapered down to 2-3 times a week when we moved to Iowa in 2003 and I went back to work full time. One of the things I love about bowling is the friendliness of the people. When we visited Prescott Valley, to see if we wanted to move here, we checked out Antelope Lanes and were immediately welcomed not only by the staff but also by the other bowlers there that day. I retired in 2018 but knew it would be hard to stay still so I was fortunate enough to start a conversation with Jeff Row which led me to learning about drilling equipment for bowlers and helping Jeff out at both Plaza and Antelope Lanes. I am looking forward to continuing to expand my bowling knowledge as I help the bowlers in Central Arizona.
High Series 761
High Game 300
2019 Central Arizona USBC Queens Champion
2018 Central Arizona USBC Singles Division 1 Champion