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Elected in 1991 … 1945 Nyack H.S. graduate … major force in the development of bowling in Rockland … during her 22-year tenure as president of the Rockland County Women’s Bowling Association (1962-84), membership peaked at between 5,000 and 6,000; the Rockland County Junior Bowlers Association (RCJBA) was formed, with Doller as organizer and longtime president; the Bowlers Victory Legion (BVL) flourished with her as chairperson … the BVL was a branch of a national organization that raised funds for hospitalized Rockland servicemen and their families … she was a charter member and organizer of the Rockland County 600 Club … certified coach instructor and junior bowling coach … she began bowling as a schoolgirl in the Nyack YMCA, then joined a league at the old Nyack Bowling Center … she developed a love of the game at places like the Nyack lanes, the old Mapleways lanes in Nanuet and the former Brunswick establishment in New City … she’s been on four RCWBA tournament championship teams; been a member of the winning tandem in the King and Queen and the Golden Pins Mixed Doubles tournaments; and posted a high average of 171, a high game of 276 and a high series of 658 … she’s been recipient of the John Koster Memorial Award, 1979; the Harriet Reiff Sportsmanship Award, 1983; The Journal-News Woman Bowler of the Year Award, 1985; and the Dorothy Manson Senior Award, 1988 … Doller has held a variety of positions in the RCWBA, served as a delegate to more than 25 New York State women’s bowling conventions, and to more than 20 Women’s International Bowling Congress tournaments and conventions.