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Hall of Fame

2016 Inductees


Timothy "Buck" Dougan was elected into the Mid-Hudson USBC Hall of Fame for Ability.  Buck was born to Gloria and, the late, Gordon “Shoes” Dougan on March 10th, 1965. He has always had the support of his siblings Jimmy, Gloria, Cindy and Nancy. Buck currently resides in Beacon, New York.

Buck started his bowling career in 1970 at 5 years old, just down the road from the family home at Bowling Time Lanes in New Windsor, NY. He first competed in the Bowling Time Bantam League until he was 15 years old. He continued his bowling career there, competing in various adult leagues once turning sixteen. During his bowling career, Buck had five sanctioned 300 games and two 800 series. His high series is 822 and his high average was 220. Virtually all of Buck’s milestones were achieved at Tarsio’s Bowling Time Lanes in New Windsor.

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Kenneth Petrillo was elected into the Mid-Hudson USBC Hall of Fame for Ability.  Ken was born in the Bronx on October 27, 1957 to Mr. and Mrs. Luciano and Margaret Petrillo. Ken graduated from North Rockland in 1975 and moved to the Hudson Valley in 1992. He and his wife, TinaMarie, were married in 1993 and have two daughters, Nicolena and Alyssa, and one granddaughter, Gianna.

He began bowling his young bowling career in the Bronx at Woodlawn Lanes. He moved to Rockland around the age of 12 and started bowling at Hi-Tor Lanes for fun. “One day this man saw me and wanted to teach me how to bowl.” His name was Tony Bianci, nicknamed The Major. Ken bowled in leagues with his dad for years and then moved to Orange County and began bowling at Bowl-O-Fun in Monroe. He began bowling at Pat Tarsio’s Bowling Time Lanes where he met up with George Manning at Strike Force Pro Shop and the rest is history. For his career, Ken has 2 800 series, 8 300 games and a season high average of 218.

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Helen Williams was elected into the Mid-Hudson USBC Hall of Fame for Service.  Helen was born in Brooklyn and moved to Monroe at age 13, attending and graduating from Monroe High School.

Her bowling career began at Monroe Bowl-O-Fun with her late husband, Lee, in the Sunday Night Mixed League. From there they continued to bowl together at both Bowling Time and Tarsio Lanes. She has been a member of this association for 54 years.

Helen, of course, branched out into women’s leagues and thus began her involvement in service to her sport. She became a diligent and dedicated worker. If she completed the tasks assigned to her, she came looking for more to do. She did her jobs well and make it known that she expected no less from those working with her, always with the betterment of her sport as the goal. She has been a director on the board for 17 years, serving on the audit, publicity, legislative, ways and means, nominating, Hall of Fame, and women’s tournament committees. She has been a member of the Newburgh Women’s 600 Club as a director for 5 years and as secretary since 2004. She has been a NYS convention delegate 9 years and a National delegate 2 years.

She gave countless hours of her time to the bowling community while managing her home and holding a full time job as an Accountant and Payroll Supervisor for 33 years at Nepera Chemical. She was also a member and officer of the Little Britain Grange for 20 years, cooking for and serving up those two delicious oyster dinners every year.

Helen has bowled in 40+ local tournaments, 20 NYS tournaments, 5 National tournaments and 10 NYS Senior tournaments. She has bowled in Woodbury Women’s League for 3 years, the Friday Night Classic in Monroe for 27 years and served as Vice-President and Secretary-treasurer, the Friday Night Classic at Tarsio’s for 9 years serving as Vice-President, Sargent-at- Arms and President, the Algonquin Women’s League for 17 years serving as treasurer, and the Jennie Consorti League for 12 years serving on the prize and banquet committees.

Helen is now retired and gives freely of her time caring for two of her family members with medical needs. But she still exhibits her same work ethic of serving her fellow bowlers.

Thanks Helen. We appreciate all you have done!

Congratulations Helen!

Welcome to the Hall of Fame!!


Hall of Fame Inductees