- Paula Sperber
- Miami, FL
- Born: Miami, FL - March 01, 1951
In the early
1970's a "Blonde Bombshell" hit the professional bowling
lanes and she has not lessened her pace all the way through the
1990's. Paula Sperber, was born in Miami, Florida, where she
began her career as a professional ladies bowler. She created
quite a legend of success along the way.
and Honors Include:
left handers career statistics include:
National Bowler of The Year,
Florida Bowler Hall of Fame, twice winning the U.S. Open and
winning the Florida Bowling Queen's Tournament twice, Miami Herald
Bowler of the Year for Eleven Years. Paula also placed first
and second in the Women's International Bowling Congress National
Singles Championship on two occasions. Paula was inducted
into the WIBC National Hall of Fame on April 18, 1994.
5 - 300
Games; 2 - 299 Games; 3 - 297 Games
Paula has traveled
the world playing the sport she loves. She has made numerous
National Television Appearances, ranging from the Johnny Carson
Show, Dinah Shore Show, to working on the National Networks as
a sports commentator, to just name a few. This is quite an accomplishment
in its self since Paula has been battling agoraphobia most of
her adult life.
You would think
after all the accomplishments that she has made, bowling would
be the love of her life. But, this is not so, the true love of
her life is a wonderful, gentle and dynamic man that walked into
her world over thirty years ago, Mister Bowling himself Don Carter.
Don and Paula have built a life together that not only incorporates
the sport they both love, but an overwhelming generous dedication
to abused and neglected children. They have raised Two sons that
they choose to bring into their hearts and home and have given
both of these children a second chance on life.
Bombshell" that caught the public eye thirty Years
ago shows no signs of slowing down. Paula is active in Don's
business endeavors, but her heart is still as large as her talent.