William "Bill" Fay
William (Bill) Fay is being recognized for his Superior Bowling Ability.
Fay has been a member of the Butler County Bowling Association for 46 years and has been involved in 14 leagues over the years. He has been an officer in the Imperial, City Moose and Casino Leagues. In addition, Fay was on the BCBA board of directors for 12 years and a lifetime member of the Butler County USBC, BA.
Fay’s highest league average is 213, posted in 2008. Fay has eight career 300 games (the last on being in 2009) as well as four 299 games, one 298 game and nine games of 11 in a row. His highest series was 843 in 2009.
Fay was the recipient of the Ike Pawk Memorial Award in 2004. This award is given to someone who exemplifies superior ability and/or dedication to the sport of bowling.
The USBC tournaments have been a big part of Fay’s participation in bowling, attending 26 tournaments. In 2008, he was awarded a plaque for 25 years of participation in the tournament.
Currently, Fay is the Chairman for the Bowl with Butler’s Best Tournament and is a certified coach for the USBC youth program- offering coaching on Saturday mornings at Family Bowlaway. Fay is also the Head Coach of the Butler High School Bowling Team, formed in 2009.
Bill Fay is married to Patty and has four children and ten grandchildren. A lifetime resident of Butler, Fay served four years in the US Navy and retired from Armco in 1997.