Little League World Series Umpire Alumni International: Welcome
The annual meeting will take place on Wednesday, August 23, 2017 at 10:00am in the new LLWSUAI room at the Genetti Hotel. The Board of Directors will meet at 8:00 am. The breakfast will be at 9:00 am in the LLWSUAI room.The cost of the meal is $15. Your meal includes: Scrambled eggs, sausage, breakfast potatoes, assorted pastries, fruit salad, coffee, tea, and juice. This year's guest speaker is: Earl Berry, a lifetime member of the LLWSUAI and a nationally recognized Little League umpire. Tickets will be available beginning Friday, August 18th in the Hospitality Room at the Genetti Hotel. If you have any questions please contact: Mark McGill: firstname.lastname@example.org or Rick Dottellis: email@example.com or Dave Stoker: firstname.lastname@example.org or Chris Thomas: Butterpsu95@aol.com
Please note: Wilson Trophy Co. has offered to give our Association 15% Royalty for any pin orders placed with them. You may contact them at: www.wilsonpins.com. You must give this code at the time of ordering: Code LLUMP 2011. To see their ad click on handouts and look for LLWSUAI pins. Thank you for your consideration in using this company for your pin order. A 15% refund on completed orders is returned to LLWSUAI as part of our partnership with Wilson Pins and LLWSUAI fund raising.
The LITTLE LEAGUE WORLD SERIES UMPIRE ALUMNI is looking for volunteer umpires from each of Little League's Regions (U.S. and the World) to represent umpires from their region on our Board of Directors. If you are a member in good standing and would like to volunteer to represent your region, please contact LLWSUAI President Dave Stoker via email: email@example.com . Thanks for your interest in Little League Baseball & Softball and the LLWSUAI!
Congratulations to the 2017 Little League World Series Umpires!
The List of Umpires at each of the 7 World Series sights follows:
2017 Little League Baseball World Series (August 17-27; South Williamsport, PA.)
Edwin Carrasquillo Fernandez (Humacao, Puerto Rico), Robert Ciriello (East Brunswick, New Jersey), David J. Ducat, Jr. (Chicago, Illinois), Carlos Galarza-Cuevas (Juncos, Puerto Rico), Ricci Hall (Spencer, Massachusetts), Raymond J. Hennessy (Ventura, California), Bruce Hicks (Sugar Land, Texas), Brian Horne (Blountville, Tennessee), Brad Johnston (Calagary, Alberta, Canada), Randall Cushner (Purcellville, Virginia), Raul Martinez (Brownsville, Texas), Michael McCullough (St. Petersburg, Florida), Austen Rigelman (Auburn, Indiana), Marc Roberts (Westleigh, New South Wales, Australia), Christopher Rutz (Oceanside, California), Jason D. Smith (Gresham, Oregon).
2017 Little League Softball World Series (August 9-16; Portland, OR.)
Jose Casiano-Garcia (Guanica, Puerto Rico), John Cote (East Waterboro, Maine), Patrick Fletcher (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada), Sumner J. Hill, Jr. (LaGrande, Ore. – West), Michelle Lafreniere (Westville, Indiana), Mark Lucas (Tallahassee, Florida), Mark Pigg (Arvada, Colorado),Marc Richardson (San Antonio, Texas), Jean H. M. Rijksen (Soest, Netherlands), Garth Sanders (Canyon Country, California), Jeff Schoettle (Lansing, Illinois), Vincent Yale (Colora, Maryland), Gary York (Lakemont, Georgia).
2017 Intermediate League Baseball World Series (July 30-August 6; Livermore, CA.)
Anthony Calcagno (Bolingbrook, Illimois), Robert K. Cass – Indianapolis, Indiana), Donald Escudero-Ocasio (Manati, Puerto Rico), Mark Garrison (Hondo, Texas), Jonathan Hagen (Tampa, Florida), Timothy Hughes (Wurtsboro, New York), Tim McCullough (San Jose, California), Doug Pfaffenberger (Houston, Texas), Adam Smith (Calgary, Alberta,Canada), Thomas Torrisi (Methuen, Massachusetts), Nicky Trevino (Paradise, California), David Wooldridge (Tampa, Florida).
2017 Junior League Baseball World Series (August 13-20 Taylor, MI)
Michael Barrow (Anthony, Florida), Charles Bond (Centerville, Virginia), Paul Carthy (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia), Wilfredo De la Cruz Vargas-Bracho (Maricaibo, Edo-Zulia, Venezuela), Duane Fox, Jr. (Milford, Delaware), Richard Gillenwaters (Colorado Springs, Colorado), Marty Ort )Old Forge, Pennsylvania), Matthew Ramsey (Rio Rancho, New Mexico), Michael Roach (Brownstown, Michigan), Tom Saichek (Garden Valley, California), Kevin Swinhart (Placerville, California), Robert G. Thomas (Indianapolis, Indiana), Jamie Tiessen (Calgary, Alberta, Canada).
2017 Junior League Softball World Series – July 30-August 5 (Kirkland, WA.)
Sharon Adams (Crestview, Florida), Brian Chandler (Stratham, New Hampshire), Richard Clark (Forest Grove, Oregon), Alexander Hernandez (San Antonio, Texas), Anthony Lanzilotti (Bergenfield, New Jersey), Kenneth Martis (Willemstad, Curacao), John Scott Masloroff (Franklin, Wisconsin), Sammie D. McDonald (Moreno Valley, California), Tim Morace (Natchez, Louisiana), Kevin Rielly (Sidney, British Columbia, Canada), Edward Smith (Winter Garden, Florida), Kevin Southall 9South Point, Ohio).
2017 Senior League Baseball World Series (July 29 – August 5 Easley, SC)
Giovanni Alvarez (Bridgeport, Connecticut),Mark Bradley (Kanata, Ontario, Canada), Michael Comeau (Glastonbury, Connecticut), Michael Haugsness (Keller, Texas), Dave Head (Melbourne, Florida), Randy Jackson (Demorest, Georgia), Calvin Kidwell (White Hall, Arkansas), Patrick J. King (San Jose, California), Alan Letourneau (Oaklawn, Illinois), Jose Melecio-Lopez (Maguayo Dorado, Puerto Rico), Tyrone Powell (Los Angeles, California), Jeffrey L. Stokoe OKettering, Ohio), Matt Wagner (Appen, New South Wales, Australia).
2017 Senior League Softball World Series (July 31 – August 6 Lower Sussex, DE)
Jim Gibson (Victoria, British Columbia – Canada), James Gill (Mount Airy, Maryland), John Gleason (Jacksonville, Florida), Jeffrey Lindhorst (Ingleside, Texas), Carlos Lugo-Soto (San Sebastian, Puerto Rico), Dan Magee (Cibolo, Texas), Michael McCarron (Benica, California), Jerome Perch (Blakeslee, Pennsylvania), James Rinehart (Fort Wayne, Indiana), John Rucinski – Grosse Point Farm, Michigan), Wout van der Horst (Wormer, Netherlands), Robert Weiner (Cocoa, Florida), Larry Young (Carson City, Nevada).
Congratulations to the 2016 Little League World Series Umpires!
The List of Umpires at each of the 9 World Series sights follows:
2016 Little League Baseball World Series (Aug. 18-28; South Williamsport, Pa.)
Ricky Castle (Moscow, Iowa), Bruce Cline (Dayton, Ohio), Mike Cook (Bridgeport, West Virginia), Sante DelVecchio (Vancouver, British Columbia), Gary DiFabio (Carmichael, California), William Freeman (Southington, Connecticut), Jeff Frese ( Stockton, California), Sean Guilday (Kunkletown, Pennsylvania), Brian Henry ( Lakemont, Georgia), Brent Hicks (Simsboro, Louisiana), Jason Kelley (Deerfield, Wisconsin), William Lopez Pellot (Isabela, Puerto Rico), Joe Smith (Rising Sun, Maryland), Juan Solis (Rockport City, Texas), Johnny Stewart ( Abingdon, Virginia), Robert Zepeda ( Rosenberg, Texas)
2016 Big League Baseball World Series (July 26 - Aug. 2; Easley, S.C.)
Robert Aldisert (Portland, Oregon), George Ballane (New City, New York), Russell Billings (Port St. Lucie, Floirida), Roger Buhils (Oakley, California), John Chapman (Sarasota, Florida), Patrick Griffin (Galesburg, Michigan), Patrick King (San Jose, California), William Kinsey, Jr. (Smyrna, Delaware), Thomas McDonald (San Antonio, Texas), Agustin Morales-Perez (Sabana Grande, Puerto Rico), Alfred Rios, Jr. (Cleburne, Texas), Stephan Walker (Newark, Ohio)
2016 Little League Intermediate (50/70) Baseball Division World Series (July 31 - Aug. 6; Livermore, Calif.)
Jerome Anderson (Turlock, California), Tony Buzzell (Old Orchard Beach Maine), Chet Cooper (Canfield, Ohio), William Crandall (Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan), Derek Gillespie (Sparks, Nevada), Mitch Gross (West Simsbury, Connecticut), Stephen Hachey (Saint John, New Brunswick), Russell May (Orlando, Florida), Jaime Javier Medina-Boscan (Maracaibo, Venezuela), Jim Parker (Lakehills, Texas), Samuel Phillips (Oro Valley, Arizona), Phillip Sapien (Corrales, New Mexico)
2016 Senior League Softball World Series (July 31 - Aug. 6; Lower Sussex, Del.)
Larry Adams (Elizabethon, Tennessee), Louie Angelotti (Woodville, Florida), Jose Chaparro (Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico), Dennis Cusick (Sacremento, California), John Fink (Concord, California), Bethany Fogerty (West Greenwich, Rhode Island), Greg Hodges (Needville, Texas), Jerry Krebs (Fayetteville, Texas), Claudio Kusnier (Chatsworth, California), Joseph Mitchell (Clifton Heights, Pennsylvania), Scott Russell (South Point, Ohio), Edward Young (Sterling, Virginia)
2016 Big League Softball World Series (July 31 - Aug. 7; Lower Sussex, Del.)
Eligio Acosta-Rodriguez (Willmestad, Curacao), Daniel Cisowski (Torrington, Connecticut), Michael Fields (Castlewood, Virginia), Michael Foltz (Luray, Virginia), Bill Fuller (Hewitt, Texas), Dave Kramer (Bend, Oregon), Joseph Loftgren (Vancouver, Washington), Luis Piedra (San Antonio, Texas), Oscar Rios (Hobart, Indiana), Dale Sandfrey (Lancaster, California), Edwin Sherer (Yulee, Florida), Richard Watrous (Wharton, New Jersey)
2016 Senior League Baseball World Series (July 31 - Aug. 6; Bangor, Maine)
Ken Armstrong ( New Westminster, British Columbia), Matthew Bingaman (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania), Nick Boylan (Fort Wayne, Indiana), Weldon Herring (Brenham, Texas), Phillip Levesque (Nashua, New Hampshire), Jules Martina (Hague, Holland), Christopher Mathis (Orchard, Washington), James Meurer (Naperville, Illinois), Amy Steinrich (Palm Bay, Florida), Brian Sweet (Bellevue, Washington), Francis Teofilo-Soerka (Willmestad, Curacao), David Wellington (Sterling, Virginia), Dan Wilkinson (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
2016 Junior League Softball World Series (July 31 - Aug. 6; Kirkland, Wash.)
Linn Baranowitz (Torrington, Connecticut), Christopher Engle (Hagerstown, Maryland), James Clark (San Diego, California), Jeffrey George (Tucson, Arizona), Gilbert Isidoro (willmestad, Curacao), Jack Kollar (South Bend, Indiana), Roger Linville (Yulee, Florida), Dorothy Nevill (North Zulch, Texas), Aldoph Perea, Jr. (Albuquerque, New Mexico), William Twardowski (Peru, Illinois), Dale Wheeler (St. Cloud, Minnesota), Jaclyn Wingate (Dundee, Florida)
2016 Little League Softball World Series (Aug. 11-17; Portland, Ore.)
Lionel Antonio-Richardson (San Nicholes, Aruba), Dan Carrion (South Milwaukee, Wisconsin), Kerry Cripe (Goshen, Indiana), Gary Freedman (Marblehead, Massachusetts), Charles Jojoca (Isleta, New Mexico), Troy Kipe (Lake Wales, Florida), Michael Lechnar (Mukilteo, Washington), Steven Lewis (Tampa, Florida), Bruce Marburger (San Antonio, Texas), Robert Ramirez (San Jose, California), Stephen Schwartz (Portland, Maine), David Walmsley (Victoria, British Columbia)
2016 Junior League Baseball World Series (Aug. 14-21; Taylor, Mich.)
W. Ray Caples ( Middlebury, Indiana), Dave Carman (Albuquerque, New Mexico), Christopher Furth (Springfield, Virginia), Rodney Jamison ( Fort Lauderdale, Florida), Josh Koenig (International Falls, Minnesota), Brice LaPointe ( Raymond, Alberta, Canada), Jose Luis Marin-Diaz ( Punto Fijo, Venezuela), George McCarthy (Union City, California), Michael Money ( Mount Airy, Maryland), Darrin Muller (Windsor, Bershire, England), Dwight Nichols (Colorado Springs, Colorado), Mike Orlando (Danvers, Massachusetts), Paul Stack (Lake Forest, California)
Congratulations to the 2015 Little League World Series Umpires!
The list of umpires at each of the nine sights follows:
2015 Little League Baseball World Series (Aug. 20-30; South Williamsport, Pa.)
Jeff Berryman (Shallowater, Texas), Edaine Cannister (Willemstad, Curacao), Robert Christman (Ione, Calif.), Douglas Coon (Unionville, Mich.), John Dowdy (Irvine, Calif.), Terry Falgout (Beaumont, Texas), William Finley (Portland, Maine), Jeffrey Holliday (Catskill, N. Y.), Tom Kowalik (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada), James Lenas (Seminole, Fla.), Bill McKinney (Centreville, Va.), Thomas Reynolds (Wharton, N.J.), John Sapien (Corrales, N.M.), Jamie Sims (Beaverton, Ore.), Judd Thompson (Rapid City, S.D.), Guy Vilt (Bradenton, Fla.)
2015 Big League Baseball World Series (July 28- Aug 4; Easley, S.C.)
Bob Boatright (Mission Viejo, Calif.), David Brown (Calgary, Alberta, Canada), Dave Davis (Jeffersonville, Ind.), Michael Duty (Lebanon, Va.), Michael Foley (Higganum, Conn.), Rafael Hodge (San Nicolaus, Aruba), Troy Lare (Hermon, Maine), Bobby Marshall (Missouri City, Texas), David Palenshus (Ridgefield, Wash.), Carl Shinabargar (Lawton, Mich.), Jennifer Vanderwaker (Palm Bay, Fla.), Donald Wayne Smith (Garland, Texas)
2015 Little League Intermediate (50/70) Baseball Division World Series (Aug 2-8; Livermore, Calif.)
Richard DeBolt (San Jose, Calif.), Richard Falcon (Houston, Texas), Dave Gwiazdon (Sacramento, Calif.), Brian Hollowell (Goshen, Ind.), Brent Kubis (Esko, Minn.), Charles Lloyd (Arbutus, Md.), Brian Murphy (Chesapeake, Va.), Andy Pagan (Lake Mary, Fla.), Jamie Roasario-Perez (Cayey, P.R.), Joe Smith (Rising Sun, Md.), Larry Stein (Dalworthington Gardens, Texas), Jeff Wang (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
2015 Senior League Softball World Series (Aug. 2-8; Lower Sussex, Del.)
David Crawford (Orlando, Fla.), Juan Galarza (Villalba, P.R.), Jesse Garcia, Jr. (Wallis, Texas), Nancy Garza (Paige, Texas), Michael Goins (Bluefield, Va.), Robert McVey (Georgetown, Del.), Edward Newbegin (Concord, Calif.), David Romano (Wallingford, Conn.), Eric Snively (Pilot Rock, Ore.), Diane Wagner (Demotte, Ind.)
2015 Big League Softball World Series (Aug. 2-9; Lower Sussex, Del.)
Johnnie Chavez (Bosque Farms, N.M.), Donald Hamer (Lewistown, Pa.), Steven Hilgendorf (West Allis, Wis.), Jeff Horner (Fort Wayne, Ind.), Donald Jordan (Portville, N.Y.), Paul Keefer (Boardman, Ore.), Denny Martinez (Edinburg, Texas.), Louis Nickerson, Jr. (Vero Beach, Fla.), Lemuel Orbolaza (Arroyo, P.R.), Louis Quevedo (Granada Hills, Calif.), John Siegel (Crystal River, Fla.)
2015 Senior League Baseball World Series (Aug. 2-8; Bangor, Maine)
Adam Carlson (Bothell, Wash.), Dan Collins (Tallahassee, Fla.), Thomas Curtis (Livermore, Calif.), Greg Hatcher (Beaumont, Texas), James Hinojosa (Romulus, Mich.), Wayne Kardel (North Port, Fla.), Curtis Lamontagne (Cypress, Texas), Brian Logan (Farmington, Conn.), Manuel Rosario-Ortiz (Cayey, P.R.), Scott Strache (Chicago Ridge, Ill.), Michael Welch (New Salem (Mass.), Michael Yamada (Coquitlam, B.C., Canada)
2015 Junior League Softball World Series (Aug. 2-8; Kirkland, Wash.)
David Bennett (Bothell, Wash.), Jeff Csernica (Lewisburg, Pa.), Bobby DeHay (Blanco, Texas), Raymond Ellis (New Albany, Ind.), Jim Gibson (Victoria, B.C., Canada), Thomas Lawrence (Lancaster, Calif.), James Liston (Lemon, Ill.), Carroll Mumpower (St. Petersburg, Fla.), Michael D. Sheets (Wallis, Texas), Charles Stimson (Shunk, Pa.)
2015 Little League Softball World Series (Aug. 13-19; Portland, Ore.)
Ken Armstrong (New Westminster, B.C., Canada), Svenska Bazur-Martiszoon (Willemstad, Curacao), Brian Doughty (Utica, Ill.), Jimmie Harrell (Crawford, Fla.), William Kinsella (Los Angeles, Calif.), Robert Lynch, Jr. (Sweeny, Texas), Trent Montano (Albuquerque, N.M.), Mark Mori, (Glassboro, N.J.), Rick Sanzone (Cape Coral, Fla.), Theodore Skartsiaris (Portage, Mich.), Noah Strone (Harrison, N.Y.), Dana Takiguchi (Dublin, Calif.)
2015 Junior League Baseball World Series (Aug. 16-23; Taylor, Mich.)
Gary Appleberry (Gilbert, Ariz.), Vladimir Balentien (Willemstad, Curacao), Craig Dewey (Williamsburg, Va.), Tony Eller (Clarksboro, N.J.), Sam Fontecchio (Ironwood, Mich.) Robert Guerrero (Sapien, M.P.), Dan Lawrence (Titusville, Fla.), Dave Meisner (Monmouth Beach, N.J.), Krig Pitman (Lubbock, Texas), Roy Riggs (Richmond, Texas), Barry Silverman (Newport Beach, Calif.), Alan Spoczak (Calgary, Alberta, Canada), Dan Wieczorek (Peru, Ill.)
You are "SAFE AT HOME" in your Little League World Series Umpire Alumni web site. We are growing and evolving over time based on input from YOU - our membership. Contact Hospitality Chairman Chuck Stimson - to submit your suggestions for approval.
STAY IN TOUCH! The LLWSUAI web site is an informational site dedicated to all past, present and future Little League VOLUNTEER umpires who have achieved selection to any of the coveted Little League Baseball and or Softball World Series Tournaments. Navigate the site. Decide what YOU want to see. Submit those suggestions to Butterpsu95@aol.com or sign in to our "GUEST BOOK" at the bottom of the site and share your ideas.
Christopher C. Thomas - Secretary and Web Master
You can now pay your dues for 2017. Our Treasurer Rick Dottellis will take your payment. You can mail in your check . Please download the word document file and mail in your payment by clicking here.
Saturday, August 19
Starting with the 2010 Little League World Series, the LLWSUAI will have a Hospitality room at the Genetti Hotel and Suites in Williamsport for all Alumni members, current World Series umpires and friends. To view pictures of the construction, click here
Begun in May, 2010 the Genetti remodeled the Washington room with funding that was provided by the LLWSUAI and renamed it the LLWSUAI room. This room will serve as our home for all future World Series in Williamsport as well as our annual meeting.
The Hospitality Committee will also host members and all guests during World Series Week beginning at 7:00pm every night, with complimentary food and beverages for everyone. THE HOSPITALITY ROOM WILL BE OPEN FOR THE 2017 WORLD SERIES BEGNNING AUGUST 17TH AND CONTINUE TO BE OPEN UNTIL AUGUST 27TH! Please join us in watching games on our LLWSUAI Room on the 2nd Floof with large screen TVs and umpire friends. Here is our menu:
August 18- Tossed Salad, Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, corn
August 19- Tossed Salad, Pizza (cheese and pepperoni)
August 20- Deli Buffet (Ham & Turkey) cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, & potato salad
August 21- Tossed Salad, Ham with fruit sauce, mashed potatoes, corn
August 22- Tossed Salad, Chicken Parmigiano, Pasta Marinara
August 23- Tossed Salad, Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, French Fries and fixings
August 24- Deli Buffet (Salami, Bologna, Pepperoni, Ham) cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion & macaroni salad
August 25- Tossed Salad, Southern Fried Chicken, mashed potatoes, corn
The Hospiality committee then headed by Greg Roberts worked very passionately to see this project through and you will be able to see those results starting with the 2010 Little League World Series. The hospitality committee under direction of Chair Chuck Stimsonworked hard to have a luncheon on Wednesday, August 23, 2017. Please join us if you can.
The 2012 Little League Baseball World Series Umpires received their awards at the on field presentation in Lamade Stadium from Mark McGill LLWSUAI President, Chris Thomas LLWSUAI Vice-President, and LLWSUAI Board Member Dave Stoker.
LLWSUAI would like to announce to its membership that we support Pitch in For Baseball. If you have recently updated your umpire equipment and looking to donate your old equipment Pitch in For Baseball would be a place that you can use.
They will see to it that your equipment will be used by somebody who is less fortunate. Little League Baseball asks there leagues to support this organization. So were asking the members of the LLWSUAI to help as well.
Check out there web site at www.pitchinforbaseball.org