Cecil Harford USBC Association
1016 Young Ave
Bel Air Md, 21014-1870
Association # 86494
Eric D Lundeen was born June 8, 1974 in Havre de Grace, MD the only child of David and Brenda Lundeen. He is a graduate of North Harford High School and resides in Street, MD.
Eric has been around bowling his entire life. Both of his parents started bowling at Bel Air Bowl and he would frequently go with them on league nights. Becoming interested with the sport he started bowling youth leagues in 1988 at Forest Hill Lanes and joined the adult leagues in 1992.
Eric started working at Forest Hill Lanes in 1992 and being able to bowl before and after work soon became a pretty good bowler. He has one Cecil Harford 700 club title, (4) 800’s with a high series of 838 and (13) 300 games.
Still active in two leagues and bowling in local, state and national tournaments his performance has slowed as he has took on more of a service position in the Association the past several years.
While working at Forest Hill Lanes he became good friends with Dave Stunkard and Bud Bauer who were both serving on the Association board at the time and was asked if he would be interested in becoming a board member. Already knowledgeable in helping Dave and Cherie with Lane Certifications he decided to give it a try. Eric was elected Director in 1997 and served as House Rep. Elected Vice President in 2007 and then elected President in 2011 the position he currently holds. Eric is also a Life Member of the Association. Over his 19 years on the board he has served on and chaired several committees. He represented the Association as a delegate on the state level for 8 years.
Eric has served as Tournament Manager of the Champion of Champions for 8 years and has assisted Frank Zelechowski with the Local Open Championship for 6 years. He served as the Tournament Manager of the 2014 Maryland State Open Championship Tournament and ran several house tournaments while working at Forest Hill Lanes. Eric was a certified youth coach while he was in youth leagues himself and would coach the younger kids before bowling the youth leagues on Saturday mornings.
For his dedication to the sport of bowling and many years of service, the Cecil Harford USBC bowling Association is proud to induct Eric D Lundeen into its Hall of Fame in the category of Meritorious Service