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2006 Service Team Ranking - Top Lady Anglers
(clicking on the member's ID will give complete angler history)

 

Top 5 Lady Anglers 2005

Place
Name
MemID Service District Events Points
219
Kristine Sardisco
Lady Angler
41
13
2054
278
Rhonda Ford
Lady Angler
88
16
1756
286
Joyce Cornell
Lady Angler
23
9
1715
323
Nina Drake
Lady Angler
92
11
1548
374
Juanita Conkright
Lady Angler
57
9
1361
439
Robertina Filburn
Lady Angler
33
9
1300
474
Jennifer Helgren
Lady Angler
39
10
1283
494
Valerie Holthus
Lady Angler
44
9
1270
512
Jaye Smith
Lady Angler
7
9
1243
715
Linda Ward
Lady Angler
67
8
1145
907
Michelle Lane
Lady Angler
80
8
1120
957
Margaret Lesinsky
Lady Angler
63
8
1110
977
April Lacy
Lady Angler
51
6
1106
1009
Sandra Vise
Lady Angler
48
12
1099
1035
Becky Minor
Lady Angler
58
7
1077
1054
Karen James
Lady Angler
48
7
1016
1124
Kristine Markham
Lady Angler
44
8
927
1177
Ann Marie Fox
Lady Angler
72
11
845
1349
Kim Watson
Lady Angler
58
7
760
1479
Debbie Watson
Lady Angler
47
9
742
1691
Becky Sipple
Lady Angler
39
5
586
Name
Points
Joyce Cornell
2052
Kim Watson
2049
Ann Marie Fox
2012
Jennifer Helgren
1946
Kristine Sardisco
1892
What is a Service 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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