STAN DUBIS  (Deceased)
Inducted:  May 2, 1982 in Merrillville, IN

Date of Birth:  December 14, 1915 in East Chicago, IN

High School Attended:  East Chicago Roosevelt              Graduated:  1934

High School Honors:  Lettered 3 years in basketball, football, and tennis.

Professional Athletic Background:  Worked in Central State Football League for 6 years before it disbanded.

Officiating Experience:  45 years of working football at the grade school, high school, and semi-pro level; officiated at 1,454 football games during his career.

Officiating Honors:  Officiated in 8 mythical State Championship play-offs prior to inception of regular state play-off tourneys; worked Chicago Catholic League Championship game in Soldier Field between St. George and Fenwick in early 1950’s; officiated 1969 IHSAA State Baseball Championship Game between Lafayette Jefferson and Bloomington in which Lafayette won 9-1.

Special Recognition:  The Lake County Athletic Officials Association Sportsmanship Committee created the Stan Dubis Award in his honor and named him as the first recipient, posthumously, in 1993.

Family:  Wife, Helene; children, Thomas, Donna, and Ronald.

Mr. Dubis passed away January 13, 1992.