|1950 Kenosha Comets||Third Base||24|
|1951 Battle Creek Belles||Third Base||Unknown|
|1951 Rockford Peaches||Infield||9|
Barbara Ann Galdonic, 68, of Kenosha (WI) died June 30, 2003 at her home.
Born in Superior (WI) on Oct. 26, 1934, she was the daughter of the late Joseph Cyril and Fern (Day) Galdonik.
In 1945, she moved to Kenosha where she attended local schools and a vocational school.
She worked at American Motors Corp. for 30 years and at Zirbel Electric Company for 16 years.
At a young age, she played with the Drum and Bugle Corps in Kenosha. When she was 16, she played with the Kenosha Comets and her name is in the Comets’ Hall of Fame as well as in the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY. In 1973, she was a Kenosha News Bowling Tournament champion. She especially enjoyed softball, bowling, and golfing, and she was a Senior City Golf Open Tournament winner. She also enjoyed horseshoes and bingo.
Survivors include two brothers. Preceding her in death was a sister.
Piaserki-Althaus Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Contributed By: Merrie Fidler
Copyright: Adapted from the Kenosha Evening News, July 9, 2003, p. 16 via newspapers.com.