Leadership

Spotlight

Raymond Bussard

Raymond Bussard 2000
Swimming
Bridgewater College

Raymond A. Bussard is a native of Highland County, VA who lettered in basketball, football and track at Bridgewater College in the 1950’s.  He drew national attention for his versatility in … Read More 

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Executive Committee

  • Joel Rubin, Chairman of the Board, Virginia Beach
    Eddie Webb, President, Virginia Beach
    Jim Stutzman, Vice President, Winchester
    David Tynch, Foundation Chairman, Portsmouth
    Bob Aston, Member-at-Large, Portsmouth
    Bill Magann, Member-at-Large, Portsmouth

     

Board of Directors

  • Chad Bales, Winchester
    Ed Benson, Richmond
    John Brown, Chesapeake
    Arthur Bryant, Orange
    George Burton, Virginia Beach
    Carroll Creecy, Chesapeake
    Ken Easley, Norfolk
    Carl Farris, Suffolk
    Whitey Lipscomb, Richmond
    E.M. Miller, Richmond
    Jack Reid, Richmond
    John N. Rodock, Falls Church
    Bobby Ross, Richmond
    Greg W. See, Verona
    Julious Smith, Richmond
    Bryant Stith, Lawrenceville
    LaRee Sugg, Richmond
    Charles W. Tysinger, Richmond
    Lindsay Wortham, Richmond
    Nancy Wren, Suffolk

Presidents/Chairman of the Board


  • 1971 - 1974 Jack P. Barnes
    1975 - 1979 Steve Sebo
    1980 - 1983 Lester Hooker
    1984 Bill McHenry
    1985 - 1986 Charles Boone
    1987 - 1989 James Jarrett
    1990 Weenie Miller
    1991 Joe Mark
    1992 - 1994 Ted Keller
    1995 - 1996 Dean Ehlers
    1997 - 1998 Bob Moorman
    1999 - 2002 Jimmy Williams
    2003 - 2009 Bob Aston
    2010 - 2012 David Tynch
    2013 - Joel Rubin

 

Eddie Webb, President

Eddie WebbWho better to have as President than someone who lives and breathes sports?

In 1995, coach and educator Eddie Webb became President of the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame & Museum. His impressive reputation includes 20 years of coaching at Old Dominion University, Virginia Commonwealth University, Randolph-Macon College, and the University of Wyoming, as well as over 29 years of developing nationally recognized summer basketball camps throughout the South and mid-Atlantic.

Under Webb's guidance, the VSHFM has made tremendous progress in garnering recognition across the state. He has been instrumental in the development of statewide representation of the Hall of Fame Board of Directors and successfully worked with members of the Virginia General Assembly to gain funding for the Hall of Fame.

Webb is a graduate of Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, where he earned a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology. He holds a Master's Degree in Education from Old Dominion University in Norfolk.

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