2012 Inductees

                    2012 Hall of Fame Inductees:

L-R Joe Carucci, Earl Allseitz, Patience Panski, Danny Martinez, Dick Stuckey

Earl Allseitz: Earl, a native of Chicago, is a 15 year participant of the Softball Club. He has devoted many hours of service in numerous capacities and was Vice President of the club in its’ early years. A volunteer inside and outside the community, Earl was the first recipient of the James Hansen Service Award given for outstanding club service in 2000.

Joe Carucci: Reverend Joseph Carucci is a native of Hartford, CT. A retired pastor of the Spirit of Grace Lutheran Church in SCG, Joe is the unofficial Chaplin of the SCG Softball Club. In his 15 years with the club, he has served as President and was instrumental in designing the Club’s charter as it became a club within SCG.

Danny Martinez: A native of So California, Danny was the Club’s third President, creating open meetings for members and initiating the Club’s first Valentine’s Dance, now considered the premier Valentine event in the area. Danny was a leader on numerous championship teams throughout the region and very active in many Club functions including ratings committee, league commissioner, and coaching. Danny now resides in Las Vegas.

Frank Panski: Frank, a native of Detroit was a very active member as the Club took shape in 1995 & 1996. An extremely talented player, Frank spent many hours taking care of the field after it was opened in ’98 and countless hours ‘coaching’ players of lesser abilities to improve their skills and helping them enjoy the game of softball. Frank passed away in 2006.  His wife, Patience accepted his posthumous award.

Dick Stuckey: A native of Ohio, Dick has been an active member of the Club for 11 years. Under Dick’s leadership during his term as President the Club experienced tremendous growth and took on added responsibilities including selling of outdoor signs, adding padding to the fencing and bringing an improved infield surface to the ball field. Many of Dick’s initiatives have become standards for other communities to follow. He continues to be involved in many club initiatives providing his leadership whenever asked.