LBBO Life Members

The recognition of a Life Membership is an extremely prestigious award only given to past members of the LBBO and is awarded at the AGM.  The general membership can submit names for consideration and a committee investigates the nominations.  To be considered for Life Membership an individual will meet some of the guidelines set up by the LBBO.  To be eligible a member must be retired from active officiating for at least three years.  The individual must have been a member in good standing with the LBBO and worked games for a significant number of years.  The individual also may have worked at a superior level of basketball and was always striving to improve.  They may have also been in a leadership role either locally, provincially or nationally.  The Executive may chose as many members each year as they see fit based on these and other guidelines.

Above: Dave Kelsey receives his LBBO Life Membership plaque from Murray Foubert (also an LBBO Life Member)

Above: Don Cline receives his LBBO Life Membership plaque from Murray Foubert (also an LBBO Life Member)

2010 Life Member Recipients:

L to R: Hugh Schomburg, Harvey Bishop (2007), Dave Kelsey (2010), Murray Foubert(1996), Don Cline (2009), Barry Fay,  Absent:  Frank Viglianti


2009 Life Member Recipients:

L to R: Harvey Bishop (2007), Frank Viglianti, Barry Fay, Hugh Schomburg, Murray Foubert(1996). Absent: Don Cline

OABO Certificate of Service

Seen below, is Murray Foubert, receiving an OABO Certificate of Service for 60 years! Murray is accompanied by Peter Malcolmson and Kyle Pollard. Congratulations, Murray!

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