Bill Chrisman Death – Bill Chrisman, who was the co-founder of Storm and was also the CEO, passed away at the age of 74 years. In the sport of bowling, Chrisman has created a legacy that will have an impact on future generations that will be felt even in his death. Bill’s commitment to the sport of bowling was unparalleled by anyone else. Through his guidance, Storm Bowling was catapulted to the pinnacle of its field on a global scale. His commitment to new ideas and the pursuit of excellence completely reimagined a game that everyone hold dear.
About Bill Chrisman
Not only for the achievements he achieved in his professional life, but also for his kind and compassionate nature, Bill will be remembered fondly. He had a profound impact on the lives of countless individuals and provided them the courage and motivation to pursue their own bowling goals as a result of those changes. Bowling will never be the same after Bill’s influence, and the countless players he’s coached along the way will make sure of it. Bill’s legacy will live on in bowling for years to come. The bowling community will forever look up to him as an example of unwavering dedication and fearlessness in the sport.
Over the past three decades, Bill and Barbara Chrisman’s leadership and vision as co-founders of Storm Products, Inc., a prominent manufacturer of bowling balls, bags, shoes, and accessories for Storm, Roto Grip, and now 900 Global, have been extremely beneficial to the sport of bowling. In particular, the bowling industry as a whole has reaped many of the benefits of their efforts.
Together, they have sponsored a large number of bowlers and tournaments all around the world, including as the USBC Senior Queens, the National Golden Ladies Classic, and the PBA/PWBA Striking Against Breast Cancer Mixed Doubles, in an effort to raise both funds and awareness for breast cancer research. Before the launch of the Storm brand and the first bowling balls produced by the company in 1991, Bill Chrisman’s High Score Products had been in business for six years as a one-product company.
During that time, the company had already reached its sixth year. Because of his leadership, Storm is now recognized as a pioneer in the bowling business for innovations such as scented bowling balls.
Bill Chrisman has made contributions to the sport of bowling both as an individual and through his work as a director on the board of the Ogden (Utah) Bowling Association for a period of ten years, beginning in 1981 and ending in 1989. Both in 1994, when he was recognized for his exceptional services to the organization, and again in 2005, when he was inducted into the Utah State USBC Hall of Fame, he received honors for his work.
Bill Chrisman obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by family members
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