Steve Fehr

Superior Performance

Steve Fehr
City: Cincinnati
State: OH
Inducted: 1993


The youngest person to be elected to the USBC Hall of Fame prior to Norm Duke, Fehr had a successful career in amateur, international and professional competition until wrist surgery in June 1986 ended his touring pro career. Fehr's success in international competition came during the 1981 FIQ American Zone Tournament in Winnipeg, Canada, winning two golds and a silver medal. He showed in 1989, however, that he can still fare well as he and wife Nancy captured the Brunswick Gold Rush National Mixed Doubles event in Las Vegas. He won the 1994 USBC Masters, becoming the first to win after induction into the Hall of Fame. Fehr, the 1981 Bowlers Journal Amateur Bowler of the Year, has captured three USBC Open Championships eagles and has nine top 10 finishes.
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