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Executive Director

The North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame Inc
5 E. Edenton St.
Raleigh , North Carolina 27601
United States


Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Louisburg College
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Web References
About Us | NC Sports Hall of Fame, 18 Dec 2014 [cached]
Also, please email an approximate 125-word bio on the nominee to Don Fish at
Don Fish is the Executive Director of the N.C. Sports Hall of Fame and can be reached at 919-845-3455 or
North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame | Raleigh, NC, 7 Jan 2012 [cached]
Don Fish, Raleigh - Executive Director
"All residents in the region are ..., 20 Jan 2010 [cached]
"All residents in the region are invited to come join us by honouring the Canadian men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice for their country during peacekeeping efforts and times of war," says Don Fish, secretary-treasurer for the McLennan Royal Canadian Legion.
The ceremony was held at the ..., 20 Jan 2010 [cached]
The ceremony was held at the Elk's Hall in McLennan and was led by master of ceremonies Captain Don Fish, a distinguished member of the McLennan Royal Canadian Legion and war veteran.
North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame | Raleigh, NC, 5 Dec 2008 [cached]
RALEIGH - Donald W. Fish, a veteran marketing executive, is the new Executive Director of the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame.
Fish served as Senior Vice President of Marketing for Liggett Group, Inc. He was also owner and president of Tri-Pro, Inc., a sales and marketing consulting firm that specialized in executive recruiting.
He succeeds Reese Edwards who served for 10 years as Executive Director of the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame.
"We are extremely fortunate that Don Fish came to our attention after Reese decided that he no longer wished to continue as our executive director," said Wilt Browning, President of the Hall of Fame board.
As Senior Vice President of the Liggett Group, Fish was responsible for managing marketing programs, graphic services and direct marketing in the tobacco, sports and entertainment businesses. He played a key role in the company's diversification that created Impel, a Liggett subsidiary that primarily marketed sports trading cards and accessories.
Fish played high school sports at Northern Durham and was selected to the 1957 All-State basketball team that played in the East-West game which was coached by Hall of Fame member, the late Coach Simon Terrell. He graduated from Louisburg College in 1960, where he was team Captain and All Conference on the schools basketball team, and has credits in accounting and education courses from the University of North Carolina.
He served as an official in high school and college sports for seventeen (17) years.
He is a member of the Louisburg College Board of Trustees, the Raleigh Downtown Lions Club, the Raleigh Elks Club, and the UNC RAMS Club.
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