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