World’s Oldest Bowler Dies In Georgia

From WSB in Atlanta.

Bill Hargrove, the world’s oldest league bowler, has rolled his last game. The 106-year-old Clermont, Ga. resident died of congestive heart failure Monday at the Northeast Georgia Medical Center, just four days before his 107th birthday. In May 2007 he was officially declared the World’s Oldest League Bowler during a game in Decatur. Since then Hargrove bowled just about every Monday in Cleveland, Ga. with his team, Billy and the Kids.


  1. Dana says:

    Bill Hargrove was an amazing man. Of course, his bowling longevity gets noticed more, but he was one of the most truly Christian men I ever met. He was an usher at my former church for over 60 years and almost up to the day he died was in the back of the sanctuary shaking hands.

    Mr. Bill was one of a kind and he’s gonna be missed!

  2. Bill Simon says:

    ROGUE! I am amazed that YOU are posting this!?!

    What does this have to do with Georgia politics? Has Spacey Gracey infused herself into your pores to the point where you’ve taken over her role?

  3. Rogue109 says:


    LOL! I actually debated this long and hard for about four seconds before posting. I thought since he was from Georgia, it was 80% more legit as a posting than SpaceyG’s usual drivel about national politics or how she hates men. Oh, well (grin).

  4. drjay says:


    if you do not see how this relates to ga politics both metaphorically and metaphysically–well then i’m not going to take the time to explain it to you–now if gracey had posted it–it would probably be completely different…

  5. Rogue109 says:

    now if gracey had posted it–it would probably be completely different…

    Oh, my friend. It is the totality of the posts from SpaceyG that were the issue. Have I made any significant peep in the last few weeks/months about her and her constant non-Georgia postings? Of course not. It’s been suggested by a Power That Be that she should be left alone and that is just fine with me.

    Meanwhile, if I make the occasional non-politics but Georgia-related posting, I think we all can handle it. Besides, it appears no one really seemed to care about this posting anyway, since only one comment was actually about it (grin).

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