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Hall of Fame

2018 Inductees


Jeffrey McEwen was elected into the Mid-Hudson USBC Hall of Fame for Ability. Jeff McEwen was born in 1972 in Newburgh to his parents, Robert and Beverly McEwen. The youngest of 4 children, he has 2 brothers, Kevin and Scott, and a sister, Kathy. Jeff has been a letter carrier in Newburgh since 1993 and married his wife, Lisa, in 1998.

Jeff started bowling at the age of 7 in the junior league at Bowling Time Lanes and continued to bowl in junior leagues at Pat Tarsio Lanes until the age of 14. He bowled in his first adult league in the Tuesday night classic league at Bowling Time Lanes at the age of 16 and has continued to bowl in various leagues in the Mid-Hudson Bowling Association ever since. He has regularly competed in and supported local tournaments in the area. Jeff’s long resume includes 8 300 games of which he has had two at Bowling Time, two at Colonial Lanes and four at Tarsio Lanes. He has also compiled two 800 series and numerous 11 in a row games. Jeff credits his bowling ability to his father Bob and George “The Ace” Chiarimonte. He also credits the Tarsio family and Brian Kilpatrick for helping him achieve this very humbling honor.

Congratulations Jeff!

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Tinamarie Petrillo was elected into the Mid-Hudson USBC Hall of Fame for Ability. Tinamarie Petrillo was born on September 29th in Mount Vernon, Westchester to the late Lino and Michelina Ferrante. She met her husband Ken in 1991 and they were married in 1993. Together, they have two daughters, Alyssa and Nicolena and two grandchildren, Gianna and Franklin Jr.

She moved to the Hudson Valley in 1968 and began bowling at Bowl-o-Fun in the early 1990s thanks to her mother. At that point she realized her love for the game and bowling became a passion like none other. In 1996, Tina and her mother won Net and Gross Doubles in the Newburgh Women’s Bowling Association’s 57th Annual Tournament. From then she would continue her prowess with numerous 270 games and 700 series. She has posted a high game of 290 and high series of 714. She won the team event of the Women’s Championship Tournament in 2014 and has also been a Triple Crown winner for high game, high series, and high average in a league. Tina has regularly bowled at Pat Tarsio’s Bowling Time Lanes in both scratch and handicap leagues where she has always been among the top female bowlers in those leagues. Tina and her husband Ken are also one of the few husband and wife couples to share a spot in the Hall of Fame together. She credits her mother for her outstanding bowling ability and passion for the game. In addition, the support of her family and competitive nature continues to drive her today and she is extremely grateful to be recognized for this honor.

Congratulations Tina!

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Hall of Fame Inductees