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David Bonham Named Assistant Director For Facilities And Regional Center Operations At Little League Western Region

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – David Bonham has been named assistant director for facilities and regional center operations at the Little League Baseball Western Region Headquarters in San Bernardino, Calif., it was announced by Stephen D. Keener, president and chief executive officer of Little League Baseball, Incorporated.

Mr. Bonham was employed at the Western Region in May 1996 in the supply department and was subsequently promoted to associate assistant regional director. He has been a Little League volunteer in several capacities at the local league and district level, including league president, manager, coach, umpire, and the California District 21 staff.

“We’re pleased to extend this opportunity to Dave to be promoted within the Little League family,” said Mr. Keener. “His experience as a volunteer at many levels of the organization has been a great asset to the Western Region.”

Before coming to Little League, Mr. Bonham worked for the Xerox Corporation for 23 years in a variety of positions. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army, having served at Fort Stewart, Ga., the Republic of Vietnam, and Thailand.

A native of Honesdale, Pa., Mr. Bonham attended Pasadena City College and Chaffey Community College in California where he studied business administration. He lives in Rancho Cucamonga with his wife, Gail, who also is a longtime Little League volunteer.

Another position is available at the Western Region Headquarters: assistant director for league and district operations. Anyone interested in more information should inquire via e-mail to Patrick Wilson, Little League director of regional operations, at pwilson@littleleague.org. 

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