Cecil Harford USBC Association

1016 Young Ave

Bel Air Md, 21014-1870   


Association # 86494

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"Meritorious Service"




David C Stunkard was born February14th 1950 in Havre de Grace Maryland to the late Nora P and Charles F Stunkard. David graduated from Aberdeen High School in 1969 and played on their championship football team. He lives in Bel Air with his wife of 35 years Cherie, who is First Vice President of the Harford County United States Bowling Congress Women’s Bowling Association.


David came from a bowling family whose mother and father was regular league members. At one time all seven members of the Stunkard family were league bowlers.


David bowled in his first adult league in 1967 at Bel Air bowl with Walter “Proc” Wilson and Denny Black. They ended up in last place that season but had a great time.


Dave was a member of the 1992 CHCBA Team Handicap and in 1996 he won the Handicap Doubles with David Labar. Dave bowled his high set of 704 to win doubles. Dave has a career high game of 297.

David was elected as a director to the Cecil Harford Counties Bowling Association in 1988. He served as a House Rep for four years and than was elected President in 1992. He served as President until 1995. In 1995 he was elected Vice president a position he held until 1997 when he was elected as a life member. He was an active member until 2004. David was also a delegate at the state level for 4 years and a director for 3 years. David served as a delegate to the ABC National Convention in 2004, representing the Cecil Harford Counties Bowling Association.


In 1990 David became the ABC Certified Lane Inspector and ran the lane certification and high score inspections program for CHCBA until 2004. David was instrumental in training several members of the Cecil Harford Counties Bowling Association.


David was forced to give up league bowling in 2004 due to knee injuries suffered in an auto accident and later knee surgeries. He bowled in ABC sanctioned leagues for 37 years. He also bowled in many state and locals tournaments and bowled in 12 national tournaments.


The Cecil Harford USBC Bowling Association is proud to induct David C Stunkard to their Hall of Fame in the categories of Meritorious Service.