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Jim Stefanich

Member of the Hall of Fame

Professional Bowlers Association LLC

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Professional Bowlers Association LLC

55 E. Jackson Blvd. Suite 401

Chicago, Illinois,60604

United States

Company Description

The Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) is an organization of more than 3,200 of the best bowlers from 27 countries who compete in PBA Tour, PBA International Tour, PBA Regional, PBA Women's Regional and PBA50 Tour events. The PBA is in its 57th consecutive...more

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Hall of Champions | Joliet Catholic Academy

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The previous classes were made up of a "Who's Who" of athletic royalty in the Joliet area: Gordie Gillespie, Bill Gullickson, Allie Quigley, Jim Stefanich, Tom Thayer, Mike Alstott, Terry Gannon, Mark Grant, Tippy Madarik, and Liz Tortorello-Nelson.
Jim Stefanich ('59) - Stefanich, a 1959 graduate, joined the PBA Tour in 1965 and bowled a 300 game in the 1974 Midas Open, which was televised live. He won the first of seven ABC titles at the age of 22, won 14 titles in a 24-year career, and was named to the PBA Hall of Fame in 1980. He went on to golf on the Senior Tour. "He's an icon in Joliet," Sharp of Stefanich, who made the cut in 20 of 24 PGA events over a seven-year period from 1992-2001.


www.carmelitereview.org

Jim Stefanich, the professional bowler and golfer.
Stefanich, a 1959 graduate, joined the PBA Tour in 1965 and bowled a 300 game in the 1974 Midas Open, which was televised live. He won the first of seven ABC titles at the age of 22, won 14 titles in a 24-year career, and was named to the PBA Hall of Fame in 1980. He went on to golf on the Senior Tour. "He's an icon in Joliet," Sharp of Stefanich, who made the cut in 20 of 24 PGA events over a seven-year period from 1992-2001.


Jim on BabyNamer: Baby Names and Meanings

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Jim Stefanich
Member of the Professional Bowlers Association Hall of Fame (see list of Professional Bowlers Association Hall of Fame) Member of the American Bowling Congress Hall of Fame (see list of American Bowling Congress Hall of Fame)


PBA.com - Official site of the Professional Bowlers Association

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Jim StefanichPBA.com - Official site of the Professional Bowlers AssociationJim StefanichStefanich, a winner of 13 PBA championships, is best known for his 300 game in the 1974 Midas Open, just the third on live national television, and no player has been able to duplicate that feat since.The Joliet, Ill., native won the Firestone Tournament of Champions in 1967 and was named Sporting News PBA Player of the Year and Bowling Writers Association of America Bowler of the Year in 1968 when he earned more than $67,000 and six titles, including the ABC Masters.


US Pro Golf Tour

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Former Tennessee Titans Place Kicker Al Del Greco, former Cincinnati Bengals Place Kicker Jim Breech, ex Bengal Greg Truitt, Olympic Gold and Silver Medallist Ed Moses, who still holds several world breaststroke records and Jim Stefanich, a member of the Pro Bowlers Hall-of Fame, who bowled a perfect 300 game on national television.


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