Monya Lee Stotz Adkins, 86, the primary daughter of the late Carl E. Stotz, Little League Founder, and his late spouse, Grayce, has handed away. Little League® Worldwide President and CEO Stephen D. Keener presents heart-felt condolences on behalf of the complete Little League program and its thousands and thousands of volunteers, gamers, and followers.
“Via my years with Little League, I’ve had the privilege of attending to know the complete Stotz household and guarantee they may all proceed to be held within the highest regard all through our program,” stated Mr. Keener. “I anticipate anybody who knew their household will be consoled in realizing that Monya Lee relished the moments and recollections she skilled in her life.”
Mr. Stotz handed away in June of 1992, and Mrs. Stotz lived till August of 2006. Monya Lee is survived by her sister, Karen Stotz Myers, and her husband, Jim, of Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
The long run Mrs. Adkins was simply two years previous when her father assembled the primary Little League Baseball® groups from kids of their neighborhood and arranged the primary Little League video games performed in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, throughout the summer time of 1939.
For greater than 80 years, Little League has embraced the Stotz household’s beliefs of volunteerism and repair to group. Monya Lee’s life was lived with enduring enthusiasm and is a testomony to her dad and mom’ character and religion.
“For all who knew Monya Lee, please know that whereas there are not any phrases that may ease your sense of loss, we’re positive her reminiscence will reside on by those that knew her finest – her household and buddies,” stated Mr. Keener. “We at Little League Worldwide supply our deepest condolences and mourn her passing.”
Monya Lee, who spent the ultimate years of her life in Vero Seaside, Florida, helped her mom and sister with curating and donating a number of of Mr. Stotz’s private gadgets at the moment on show within the World of Little League® Museum.