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 > Little League Online > Media > Little League News Archive > 2010 > January - April > Little League International Mourns the Death of Little League Scorebook Developer Stanley Horowitz

Little League International Mourns the Death of Little League Scorebook Developer Stanley Horowitz

Little League International Mourns the Death of Little League Scorebook Developer Stanley Horowitz

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Stanley Horowitz, whose company - All Sports Publishing - developed customized scorebooks and lineup cards for Little League’s Baseball Regional and World Series Tournaments, passed away late last year. He was 75.

A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., Mr. Horowitz operated his scorebook publishing business in Guntersville, Ga.

Mr. Horowitz, a former minor league baseball player in the New York Yankees organization, developed the Little League Pro Series Scorebook, which has been licensed by Little League International since 2001.

An entrepreneur, Mr. Horowitz began his professional career helping his parents in their family millinery business in Brooklyn. After relocating to Miami, Fla., he formed an aluminum recycling company that had established clients throughout the United States, England and Japan. In 2008, he entered semi-retirement in Georgia, where he developed his culinary skills and was considered a gourmet chef.

Mr. Horowitz is survived by his life partner, Sally Brown; a sister, Sarah Algace; daughters, Lori Wilk and Tracey Diamond of Atlanta; and one grandchild.