TRE WEBBER, CENTRAL SONOMA COUNTY, SELECTED AS 2014 STAR OF TOMORROW
By Phyl Knoll
Tre L. Webber is the 18-year old son of Troy and Tari Webber of Rohnert Park, California and is currently a Senior at Analy High School in Sebastopol. He has maintained a 3.28 GPA throughout his three years of high school and ranked 4th in his class of 284 students. Webber possesses many skills and qualities. He is mechanically inclined; has natural technical abilities; is meticulous, maintains strong work ethics, is self-motivated, conscientious, and has proven to be a strong problem solver in many areas. He is gifted with learning new technologies while working with his hands in many fields of woodworking, auto repair and computers, to name just a few, and has his goals set on furthering his education in one or more of these fields while in college.
Although it has always been a passion for Webber to maintain his academic excellence, he also has that same passion for bowling. When he was introduced to the game at age ten, as self motivated as he was, he rolled that first ball… and never looked back! Webber has become one of the finest certified youth bowlers at Double Decker Lanes in Rohnert Park. He currently carries a 200 average, has to his credit a 279 high game, and a 713 high series. Webber is currently employed by Double Decker Lanes assisting customers and computer functions. He can often be found coaching the younger bowlers in the basics of the game and how they can become involved in the youth scholarship fund raising. Webber is not only President and Co-Founder of the Junior and Senior Sonoma High School Bowling Club at Double Decker Lanes; but currently the Junior Representative Board Member for the Central Sonoma County USBC. He is active in his community as a fundraising volunteer and is a Certified American Heart Association CPR.
Tre L. Webber will be honored and presented with his $1,000 scholarship award during our Annual Meetings the weekend of June 7-8, 2014 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel (formerly the Holiday Inn) in Sacramento.