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Retrosheet Board of Directors

Italics indicate first year of term

Year President Vice-President Secretary Director Director
1994 David Smith Sherri Nichols David Vincent Luke Kraemer Ron Rakowski
1995 David Smith Sherri Nichols David Vincent Luke Kraemer Ron Rakowski
1996 David Smith Sherri Nichols David Vincent Luke Kraemer Ron Rakowski
1997 David Smith Sherri Nichols David Vincent Luke Kraemer Ron Rakowski
1998 David Smith Sherri Nichols David Vincent Luke Kraemer Clem Comly
1999 David Smith Sherri Nichols David Vincent Luke Kraemer Clem Comly
2000 David Smith Sherri Nichols David Vincent Luke Kraemer Clem Comly
2001 David Smith Sherri Nichols David Vincent Luke Kraemer Clem Comly
2002 David Smith Sherri Nichols David Vincent Luke Kraemer Clem Comly
2003 David Smith Sherri Nichols David Vincent Luke Kraemer Clem Comly
2004 David Smith Clem Comly David Vincent Luke Kraemer Tom Ruane
2005 David Smith Clem Comly David Vincent Luke Kraemer Tom Ruane
2006 David Smith Clem Comly David Vincent Luke Kraemer Tom Ruane
2007 David Smith Clem Comly David Vincent Luke Kraemer Tom Ruane
2008 David Smith Clem Comly David Vincent Luke Kraemer Tom Ruane
2009 David Smith Clem Comly David Vincent Luke Kraemer Tom Ruane
2010 David Smith Clem Comly David Vincent Luke Kraemer Tom Ruane
2011 David Smith Clem Comly David Vincent Luke Kraemer Tom Ruane
2012 David Smith Clem Comly David Vincent Luke Kraemer Tom Ruane
2013 David Smith Clem Comly David Vincent Luke Kraemer Tom Ruane
2014 David Smith Tom Ruane David Vincent Luke Kraemer Trent McCotter
2015 David Smith Tom Ruane David Vincent Luke Kraemer Trent McCotter
2016 David Smith   David Vincent Luke Kraemer  
2017 David Smith        

Click on years with links to see pictures of the Board in those years.

Clem Comly, Vice President and Treasurer of Retrosheet, Inc., passed away on August 6, 2014. His contributions to Retrosheet are numerous. Clem input more than 15,000 games (by far the most of anyone), he edited many years of data before its release on the site and was a board member since 1998 and VP since 2004. Clem was friends with so many people and many have commented in the last few days about his kind and gentle nature along with his enthusiasm and willingness to help with all manner of baseball questions. In addition to baseball, Clem was well read on many topics, including movies, books, current events and music. He enjoyed playing bridge and was a Life Master of that discipline.

We mourn the loss of our friend and colleague.