Ron Smith Assumes Duties of Information Technology Programmer, Analyst for Little League International
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (Sept. 7, 2007) – Ron Smith of South Williamsport, Pa., has assumed the duties of information technology programmer and analyst for Little League International, it was announced today by Stephen D. Keener, president and chief executive officer of Little Baseball and Softball.
As programmer and analyst, Mr. Smith is responsible for the design, testing and implementation of computer-based programs that service Little League Baseball and Softball.
“The constant advancement in the field of computers and the diversity of the information gathered by the Little League Baseball and Softball program make it essential to stay on the cusp of technology,” Mr. Keener said. “With Ron assuming this position, his experience will help provide the type of expertise necessary to keep our organization current, efficient and productive as the technology moves forward. We are pleased to welcome him to the Little League family.”
Mr. Smith assumes the position previously held by Marvin Menne. Mr. Menne retired from Little League International at the end of August after 17 years.
A native of Williamsport and graduate of South Williamsport Area High School (1969), Mr. Smith attained an associate’s degree in computer science from Williamsport Area Community College, now the Pennsylvania College of Technology, in 1971.
Mr. Smith, and his wife, Linda, reside in South Williamsport and have three children, Scott (30), Stephanie (26) and Shelly (22).