We Tell You Just A Little About Jim Hundley.

JIM HUNDLEY > A TRIBUTE TO HIS SERVICE

It was announced in Lakeside following the final Ohio State Tournament, July 16th, 2009 that Jim Hundley was retiring as a Tournament Director.

The two photos in the margin speak volumes about the man!! (Stan Speaks: I do have the referenced pix. However; I cannot insert same as they are new pix > i.e. new to my device??? ) Jim was a mild manner peaceful gentleman, content with his contribution to the sport of shuffleboard.  And of course, so he should be.  Jim had been a Tournament Director for many years, always thinking of the sport and how best he could serve. Jim did (his best to get the Results out promptly, thus contributing to the interest and enthusiasm we need. Thanks from all Shufflers for your many years of service. 

Lorraine Pollock of the Central District had this to say: “I just read that Jim Hundley directed his last tournament in Ohio. Jim is a great guy. He taught me so much about being a tournament director. He was always patient and kind with me. He is a great friend. We will miss him in Central District but look forward to visiting with him this winter when he visits Sebring. Lorraine” 

Sandy Quinn offered these remarks: “Jim Hundley’s final tournament, and thanks to Rich Phifer, we surprised Jim with a large colorful banner signed by everyone.  Jim, you’ll be missed but never forgotten!”

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Stan of The Shuffler.  2009 07 28.

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2 Responses to We Tell You Just A Little About Jim Hundley.

  1. seliseq1 says:

    What can be said about Jim . . he was loved by us and I’m sure by all shufflers who knew him. He was a very kind man but stern when it came to following the rules of shuffleboard. When we began playing tournaments in OH (2002), he welcomed us & made us feel we had been part of the group for years. I loved to hear him laugh and the memories of the social times we had w/him will be cherished always. Miss you, Jim!

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