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CASA announces new Hall of Fame inductees
with dinner following at 5.
The Slow Pitch Wing honorees are:
who made her mark during the 1970s and 80s at the regional and national level with several HartfordManchester teams. She lives in Wallingford and has been the varsity softball coach for 19 years.
who was a member of the great Preston Machine teams from Ansonia in the 70s. Originally from Naugatuck, he now resides in South Carolina.
Mike Iovene whose resume includes two ASA Industrial Major National Championships with the Avco Lycoming teams of the 80s and a long career with state powerhouse Bender Plumbing. He lives in Cheshire.
Mark Kip Tremblay who pitched for the powerhouse Sikorsky Aircraft teams that won 17 ASA Major championships. Mark has also been nominated for induction into the National ASA Hall of Fame. He resides in Bethany.
Steve Piroh who has sponsored, coached and played for the perennial successful Steves Sports softball team for over 25 years. Steve is a longtime Stratford resident.
The Fast Pitch Wing honoree is Dean Lang. He pitched the Cypress Arms Restaurant to three straight Connecticut ASA State Championships from 197880 and finished off his career with another state championship in 1990 with . He lives in East Hartford.
Also being honored is umpire , who has been an ASA umpire for over 20 years. He has officiated at the state, regional and national levels and also has done high school tournament and college games. He is president of the . He resides in New Milford.
will be given a Award for being an ASA supporter on the local league level for over 30 years. He lives in South Windsor.
Richard Dick Raymond will be the recipient of the Award. He is retiring after serving as the for 50 years in the Danbury area. His contributions to the game of softball are too numerous to summarize in one paragraph. He lives in Danbury.