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Rosie Parker, CUSBC President


Rosie Parker to Lead CUSBC
By Mary Lynly, Publicity

Rosie Parker comes to the California USBC well equipped to do a great job. As the mild mannered able leader of California’s Helen Duval BVL program, Rosie is not one to toot her own horn so I am going to toot it for her. She hails from Azusa, was the president of San Gabriel Valley WBA for ten years and has been a member of the CUSBC board of directors since the merger serving as Sgt-at-Arms and First Vice President.

As Co-Chairman of BVL she was efficient and kept all informed of all things BVL statewide and nationally. She chaired the ancillary tournament, Audit, Princess Tournament, Prince and Princess Tournament and Promotion and Publicity. She was also a committee member of Convention, Policy and Procedure, Product Fair, Strategic Planning and Tournaments.

Rosie served CWBA as Sgt-at-Arms and Director of District 7 for nine years. She was also Chairman of Audit, Historian, delegates’ luncheon at WIBC, Queens Tournament, Financial, San Gabriel Valley Kick Off dinner, and the state delegate luncheon.

All of these committees take organization and knowledge and 24/7 diligence for success. Over the years she has availed herself of numerous educational seminars and classes concerning accounting making her well suited to keep an eye on fiscal matters of the organization. She is a graduate of Whittier Business College in Business Education and was an honor graduate from El Rancho High School in Pico Rivera.

Rosie has availed herself of numerous conferences on Management Techniques, Team Building and Success Skills for Administrative & Support People. She retired as Accounting Operations supervisor after 33 years for the Rowland Unified School District in Rowland Heights where she was responsible for all payroll processing functions for over 3,000 employees and performing professional accounting functions, involving the district budget of over 150 Million dollars of annual revenue.

There is more (much more) but I will spare you and tell you about “Rosie.” Having worked with Rosie I can tell you, if you wanted the job done and wanted it done right – Rosie Parker was the person you wanted. Her qualifications are unending and this is the reason why she was in constant demand as a chairman or committee member and she was always game for the fun.

She has been much honored for her excellence and is a member of the San Gabriel Valley WBA Hall of Fame for Meritorious Service (1995) and “yes, she bowls!” In 2007-2008 she was honored as the Female Bowler of theYear by San Gabriel Valley USBC. She is a Life Member of numerous organizations which further solidifies her dedication to whatever she does. She was involved in the Boy Scouts and elected Patrol Leader and represented the San Gabriel Valley Boy Scouts of America at the Annual Baden Powell Leadership training.

Rosie has one son, Mark, three step daughters, Melisse, Mary and Cindy, and three grandsons, Adam who is currently serving in the Army, Sean, serving in the Navy, and Michael who is in high school.

Rosie says she is ready to serve as president of CUSBC and has a “plan.”

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