1970 to 1979  -  F.S.A. HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES

 
1970 - 1977 HOF Awards  -  (no biographies)


Carrie Wilcox
1970


Duke Christensen
1970


Guy Collins
1970


James Cleveland
1970


Mary Hinkle
1970


Dixie Riddle
1971


Mary Beatty
1971


Ralph Blackman
1971


William McCracken
1971


Audrey Haley
1972


Jack Gladney
1972


Joseph Clancy
1972


Lew Tansky
1972


Mildred Haskin
1973


Ed Woeber
1973


Jay Snody
1973


Marie Sutton
1973


Willie Wolf
1973


Bob Litz
1974


Chris Lotz
1974


Elsie Hawkins
1974


Fred Doring
1974


Rex Farewell
1974


Bill Folberth
1975


Lyle Wood
1975


Mr & Mrs Tom Bouldin 1975

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1978 HOF Awards 
BETTY STONE
Southeast Coast District - Little River
Has been playing the game of shuffleboard for over 25 years. Won her first Statewide tournament in the 1952-53 season. Has a total of 41 placements, 28 in doubles and 13 in singles for a total of 253 points. Played in the Masterís 3 times.
CHARLOTTE SIDWAY
West Coast District - Clearwater
Started her shuffleboard playing in the amateur division. Won her first Statewide pro tournament in the 1963-64 season. Has a total of 48 placements, 30 in doubles and 18 in singles for a total of 268 points. Played in the Masterís 3 times.
AUSTIN SUTTON - President & Player
Southwest Coast District - Trailer Estates
His devotion to his many obligations in the 3 years he served as President of the Florida Shuffleboard Assn. entitled him to this high honor. His term of office was filled with a lot of decision making which he did well. With his leadership the F.S.A. is a better organization.
FRANCES MAENTZ - SPECIAL AWARD
West Coast District - Mirror Lake Club
Involved in the game of shufleboard for over 20 years. Her record keeping in 4 scrap books with articles dating back to 1924 with news clippings, pictures and written in winners of tournaments in the early years, was a great help to the State in bringing their record books on winners of tournaments up to date.
HARRIET DUNAWAY
Northern District - Peabody
Started shuffleboard playing in the amateur division and winning her first placement in the Pro division in the 1968-69 season. Has a total of 58 placements, 44 in the doubles and 14 in the singles for a total of 298 points. Played in the Masterís 6 times.
1979 HOF Awards
RAY MOSLEY - SPECIAL AWARD
West Coast District - Mirror Lake Club.
Started playing the game in the 50ís and became Gulfportís Tournament Director in 1959. Served as State Director for 3 years, West Coast District since 1970. Also, Director of the largest club in the world, Mirror Lake, since 1972. A gentlemen at all times, and is respected by all the players. 
 
FRANK HUMBERT
West Coast District - Mirror Lake Club.
Started playing the game in Deland and won his first placement in a Statewide Tournament by placing in the ďPresidents TrophyĒ Mixed Doubles in the 1949-50 season. Has a total of 36 doubles nd 14 single placements for a total of 259 points. Played in the Masters once. Oldest person to ever enter the Hall of Fame.
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