Jefferson Park Lawn Bowling Club
Est. 1942

Honor Project

/Honor Project

Mary Anderson 1910-2017

Mary and her husband Lloyd joined JPLBC in 1971. She served as the Board Secretary and was an active member for many years, often recognized for her leadership, foresight and cooperative spirit in business and in bowls. Mary passed away in the spring of 2017 at the age of 107. In addition to being avid lawn bowlers and outdoors people, Mary and Lloyd were the founders of REI in 1938.
July 3rd, 2017|Archives, Honor Project|

Shirley Taylor 1934-2016

Shirley and her husband Al joined the club in 1982, She was a regular competitor in our tournaments and games and was always willing to work on club social activities. Shirley was part of the constellation of members that make JPLBC so unique.
July 3rd, 2017|Archives, Honor Project|

Harold “Hal” Schwanke 1926-2016

Hal was a retired engineer from Boeing where he worked on the Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) program. He joined the club in 1990 and served as JPLBC Board President 1995-96. Hal played regularly in the Wednesday morning JP vs. Woodland Park competition. Harold was a strong supporter who regularly donated his time, talents and money to support his club. The flagpole we have today was generously funded by Hal.
July 3rd, 2017|Archives, Honor Project|

Kay Ramsay

Our beloved Kay Ramsey passed on Friday, August 15, 2014. She was 96. Kay was a sweet, lovely woman with a welcoming smile and heart of gold. Always gracious, especially when it came to her trademark silver platter of pink lemonade refreshments at the Twilight League. Kay became a member of JPLBC in 1982. The photo at left was taken at the Opening Day celebration in 2012.
October 17th, 2014|Archives, Honor Project, News|
  • Chuck Caddey

Chuck Caddy

On Father’s Day, June 21, 2009, we lost a dear friend.

Chuck Caddey died on Sunday, surrounded by his family.

Jefferson Park Lawn Bowling Club would not be the thriving, healthy organization it is today without Chuck Caddey. He served as the club’s president from 1999 through 2007. For many of us, Chuck was our first introduction to the club, with a warm handshake and a smile. Everyone felt welcome when Chuck was on the greens.

When Chuck came on as president, the club was in trouble. Membership had dwindled and many people thought the club was destined to close. But Chuck was

June 21st, 2009|Honor Project|
Jefferson Park Lawn Bowling Club

Jefferson Park Lawn Bowling Club