At the 32nd Annual State Dart Tournament of Pennsylvania, a new tradition began. The tournament was into it’s fourth decade, and a history of the sport had been built. And now, it was time to remember those who had dedicated themselves to the sport, shaping it into the game we know today.
A “Wall of Fame” was created, and named in honor of the man who was at the helm of the PA State Dart Tournament at the beginning – Michael “Shakes” Lozniak.
Class of 2000 - Frank DeFalco Sr. (accepted by Larry Sklaney), Larry Wiz, Jack Kranchick, John Harter, and Lou Yeager.
2021 – Jamie Zortman, Dale Althouse, Ernie Daubenspeck, Don “Monk” Matalavage
2020 – Alex Macker, Rich Doyle, “Dorko’s #1” – Ed Dormer, Joe Swatski, Kirk Wimble
2019 – Kathy Karpovich, Bob Shirey
2018 – Charlie Sivak, Barry Watkins, Ken Johnson, “Wheels Girls” – Becky Nealon, Sandy Kline, Meghan Nealon
2017- Marty Blankenhorn, Jona Salata
2016 – Mark Kroh, Mike “Potsie” Kroh, Tim Johnson, Ed Shoepe
2015 – Keith Bauer, Mike Abboud, Steve Repetz
2014 – Dorko’s Cafe, Stan Savitsky Jr, Bob Kisty Sr and Johnny Kuczynski.
2013 – The Raven’s Nest – Alan Miller, Mark Weurstle, Chris Kuehn
2012 – John Kroh Sr., Robin Lucas, Ron Elliott, Jason Lucas, Eddie Ginther
2011 – Dick Keen, Ed Rebstock, Joe Haganey, Albe Bodolus, Bud Smith
2010 – Darin “Big Daddy” Young, Jule Smathers, “Uncle George” Mikita. The Rohlfings – Mark, T.J., Anthony, and Robert
2009 – Keith Foley, Carl Rex, Brian Blnkenhorn and Charlie Cressman. The Rummies – Tim Folk, Ed Kusko, (Joe Haganey presenting), Dan Wehr, Gary Petrash, Chet Jachowicz
2008 – Al Rasmus, Lenny Kislavage, Jessie Richie, Jim Watkins
2007 – John Bobby, Bob Ski, Greg Jones, Rich Desantis and Tom Shelly.
2006 – George Haines, Charlie Mateyak, Tommy Hill, “Freeland VFW” (long time site of the PA State Dart Tournament) and Joe Falatko.
2005 – “Primrose” Pete Polinsky, Vic Karpovich, Joe Buchinsky, Charles Haganey and Cam Melchiorre.
2004 – Ralph DeFebo, Rich Concini, John Petrick, Tom “Bumper” Mulhearn and Ron Hildebrand.
2003 – Tom Andrews, Bob Miske, Roy Yeager, Bob Defalco and Bud Fredreich.
2002 – Larry Sklaney, Dave Dibonifazio, Russel Sutton, Joe Zacharrio and Rick Ney.
2001 – Joe Patsy, Jerry Umberger, Paul “Slug” Makarczyk, Rick “Kingifsh” Zerr, and Lee Bredbenner
2000 – Frank DeFalco Sr., Larry Wiz, Jack Kranchick, John Harter, and Lou Yeager.