Lloyd Alguire (Deceased)
Lloyd was treasurer of the O.A.S.A.from 1937 to 1971. In 1972 Lloyd became a Life Member of the O.A.S.A. and was later appointed as an auditor in 1974. From 1977-1980 Lloyd was Honourary Vice-President.
LeRoy Pickard (Deceased)
Leroy was first elected to the Executive council in 1955. LeRoy became secretary in 1956 and continued in this role until 1967. He was then elected 3rd vice president. In 1969 and 1970 he was elected as 1st vice president, and assumed the treasurer’s role from 1973 to 1977. In 1978 LeRoy was on the subcommittee as well as being on the Rule Book committee from 1978 to 1984.
George Henry Campbell (Deceased)
George was first elected to the Executive of the O.A.S.A. in 1945-1946. In 1947 he was elected 2nd vice president of the O.A.S.A. and took over as 1st vice president in 1948. Following this role George became the President of the O.A.S.A. from 1949-1950.
In 1962 Bill was elected to the executive of Simcoe Minor Softball Association and from then until 1976 he served in every executive capacity except treasurer.
In 1974 – 76 Bill coached Pee Wee and Bantam teams to O.A.S.A. Championships. The team was blessed with talented, eager, young athletes and excellent coaches.
In 1977 Past President Clarence Perkins introduced Bill to the O.A.S.A. as a convenor thus ending his coaching career.
Bill’s roles in the O.A.S.A included:
1978 Appointed to the Executive Council
Secretary 1979, 1980 & 1982
Affiliation and Correspondence 1983 to 1989
Second Vice President 1991
Executive Council 1983, 1990, 1992
Feaver Award 1988
Honorary President 1994 – 1997
In 1988 Bill received the Certificate of Merit from the Government of Canada recognizing his contributions to the youth of Simcoe.
In 1999 he was inducted into the Norfolk Sports Hall of Fame
In 1996 was inducted as a Life Member to the O.A.S.A.
Norman Bagnell (Deceased)
One of the finest softball / fastball pitchers Canada has ever seen, “Normie” Bagnell was the most valuable player at the 1958 International Softball Congress World Championships in New Bedford, Illinois while playing for Oshawa Tony’s. Earlier, he averaged 20 strikeouts a game for Oshawa Pedlars when he was thought to be at the peak of his fine career. He played in three world championships in a 32-year career, and beat the famous four-man touring team, Eddie Feigner’s “King and His Court”, 3 – 1. Feigner later called Bagnell the finest Canadian pitcher he had ever encountered, and the only one to beat him. In his career, Bagnell compiled over 1,000 victories, 6,000 strikeouts, 235 shutouts, 54 no-hitters, and 26 perfect games. He carried a .300 lifetime batting average, once struck out 32 batters in one game, and once held the opposition scoreless for a 39-inning stretch. He is also a member of the Softball Canada Hall of Fame.