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Candidates at this time should have been instrumental in the formation of the league.
CFSL Hall of Fame Class of 2019
Bill Fuller Jr – Hope Lutheran; Founder,
Executive, Player. Bill was one of the founders of our league and was a driving
force in its early years serving as its Vice-President and President and was an
active player for more than 30 years.
Rev. Robert Varner – Church of God; Founder,
Player. Pastor Varner was vital at the start of the league. When Church of God
and Calvary Full Gospel were excluded from joining the church league that was
in existence back in 1981, the foundations of the CFSL were set. Pastor Varner named the league Koinonia,
Christian Fellowship where all could dwell together in unity.
Bob Scheuer – Washington Crossing United
Methodist; Manager; Player. When Bob joined the league in 1988 he fully embraced
the name of the league and placed emphasis in that order. Christian. Fellowship.
Softball. Bob was always quick at
the managers meetings to find any mistakes in the schedule as at that time they
were all created by hand and as part of the “Complaint Committee” would look
into any game disputes. Bob led his teams
to championships in 1989, 1993, 2002. In 1993, Washington Crossing was the
first team to come out of the loser’s bracket to win the championship. For his entire career in the CFSL Bob consistently
lead his team both on and off the field. It’s always a tough night to go 3-4
and see your average take a hit. After the games focus was always put on the
spiritual heath of the team.
Bill Fuller III – Hope Lutheran; Executive. Bill took over as President after his father
stepped down from that position. Bill
brought the league into the 21st Century while still in the 20th
Century by quickly changing the league over from ledger books and hoagie sales
to computer spreadsheets, softball schedule generators and websites. At the height of the league with 18 teams,
Bill managed to deal with all the personalities and opinions and put everyone focused
in a unified vision of the league. Tremendous amounts of work goes into running
a league and the CFSL has benefitted from Bill’s leadership for the past 25
years. While other people that run softball
leagues look at it as a money maker for their personal profit, Bill has always
looked at it as a “break even” venture. The league exists to benefit the
players in it and a means of ministry to share the Gospel of Christ.