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2011 Service Team Ranking - Top 100 Homeland Security
This include those now serving in or veterans of the Coast Guard, Fire Fighters, Law Enforcement or Registered EMT
(clicking on the member's ID will give complete angler history)
   
Place Name MemberID Service District Events Points
24
Rodney Cromer
DHS 96 16 3014
51
Edward Snider
DHS 93 11 2880
51
Phil Morris
DHS 96 16 2880
54
Dirk Davenport
DHS 93 6 2863
194
Thomas Brown
DHS 125 9 2144
219
Tony Gardner
DHS 44 11 2009
268
Donald Philpot
DHS 9 13 1760
301
Reginald Crews
DHS 96 13 1269
305
Thomas Rice
DHS 44 9 1244
306
James Hamby Jr.
DHS 18 7 1230
381
Glenn Harrison
DHS 58 8 1154
403
Dennis Reardon
DHS 36 6 1148
544
Robert Zeke Ezekiel
DHS 75 7 1124
561
Mike Blaesi
DHS 73 6 1121
649
Thomas Bayer
DHS 31 12 1099
692
Thomas J. Sweeney
DHS 6 5 981
708
Greg Cecil
DHS 57 5 959
717
Jack Gramling Jr
DHS 18 9 864
890
Phillip Edgerton
DHS 26 6 746
994
Steve Patrick
DHS 9 4 615
1103
Bruce Blackwell
DHS 57 3 556
1189
Kris Powell
DHS 58 3 429
1271
Pat Anderson
DHS 29 1 388
1277
Joe Jackson Jr
DHS 99 2 387
1303
Mark Peterson
DHS 39 2 385
1445
Rusty Brown
DHS 57 2 366
1447
Paul Bordlemay Jr
DHS 51 2 365
1461
Herbert Kimbrough
DHS 47 2 363
1548
William Taylor
DHS 24 2 242
1624
Eric Teague Jr.
DHS 99 8 200
1755
Jeffrey Prisza
DHS 67 1 193
1874
William West
DHS 29 1 189
2030
Bryant Freeman
DHS 25 1 185
2030
Johnny DeWitt
DHS 129 1 185
2060
Greg Ackley
DHS 29 1 184
2096
John McAvoy
DHS 20 1 183
2132
Richard Persson
DHS 28 1 182
2251
Christopher Perry
DHS 2 1 50
2251
Mike Henson
DHS 126 1 50
2251
Jake Scott
DHS 12 1 50
2251
Becky Marrari
DHS 73 1 50
2251
Rusty Grantham
DHS 48 1 50
What is a Competition Team?

This is a special ranking of members based their group designation. Members that ever served in the military they are placed in that military branch’s service team or in the Homeland Security Service Team. If the member never served in the military they are placed either in the Eagle (Non Military) or the Lady Angler service team.

Why have service teams? This allows the rank members within their group. For example: Who is the top Army Angler? With this ranking method the top 5 from each service team receive special awards and recognition at the ABA national championship.

Must I have served in the military to be in one of the military service teams? Yes, if you have never served in the military you can still be in the associate or the lady angler service team.

Can I be in any service team I want to be in? No, you must have been belong or been in either a military branch or in the case of the Homeland Security Team you must be serving or veterans of the Coast Guard, Fire Fighter, Law Enforcement or a Registered EMT (Registered Emergency Medical Technician)

ABA Service Teams

  • Army (include those now serving in or veterans)
  • Navy (include those now serving in or veterans)
  • Air Force (include those now serving in or veterans)
  • Marine (include those now serving in or veterans)
  • Coast Guard (include those now serving in or veterans)
  • Homeland Security (Coast Guard, Fire Fighters, Law Enforcement, Registered EMT)
  • Eagle (Members that have not served in the Military Armed Forces)
  • Lady Anglers (Members that have not served in the Military Armed Forces

 

 

 

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