Tom D'Angelo

Tom D'Angelo
Tom D'Angelo


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Tom D’Angelo was a man of many talents who worked tirelessly in the sports scene in Chautauqua County for over four decades. From bowling, to officiating, to coaching and to spectating, the 2024 Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame inductee left an indelible imprint on every organization and every person that came into Tom’s sphere of influence.

D’Angelo was born 1943 and was a graduate of Jamestown High School and Jamestown Community College.

He fell in love with bowling as a teen and was involved in the sport in a variety of capacities over the next 35 years. He was a classic-level bowler for three decades. He served as team captain and league president. He participated in 10 state tournaments and 15 American Bowling Congress tournaments.

He provided the Jamestown Area Bowling Association with effective leadership for 20 years as lane representative, board director and board president. He was the recipient of the JABA Outstanding Service Award in 2001 and was inducted into the JABA Hall of Fame in 2003.

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