Senior Softball treasurer

Dennis Miazga

Rich Christiansen Dennis Miazga, treasurer, serves in a very important capacity for the PebbleCreek Senior Softball Association. Dennis stated, “First and foremost of the responsibilities as PCSSA board members is to see that players have a fun and safe season of play. The primary responsibilities of the treasurer are to lead the organization in ensuring…

Meet Al Chandler – PCSSA Director of Marketing

PCSSA Marketing Director Al Chandler

Rich Christiansen Al Chandler and his wife Jonnie were originally from Indiana but moved to PebbleCreek from Savannah, Georgia, where Al retired as a Lieutenant Colonel after a 22 year career in the U.S. Army. Al and Jonnie have been married over 46 years. Their son, Captain Jeremy Chandler, U.S. Army Special Forces, was killed…

PCSSA Board members

PCSSA Board members, left to right: Secretary Rich Christiansen, Director of Marketing Al Chandler, Director of Player Personnel Monte Page, Treasurer Dennis Miagza, Director of Field Maintenance Doug Wainwright, President Ken Johnson, Vice President Steve Ward

Lee Ayers The Pebble Creek Senior Softball Association is managed by a board composed of dedicated players that serve in various capacities. Their individual responsibilities combine to make sure the league operates as efficiently as possible throughout each season. This board does an outstanding job of coordinating all aspects of the operation of the league.

PCSSA summer prep for fall season

Veteran PCSSA pitcher Steve Fletcher makes a tough pitch to one of the new players.

The PebbleCreek Senior Softball Association spring 2015 season ended in June with the BioMechanix team coming out on top with 15 wins and only five losses. The PCSSA would like to thank the other team sponsors for their great support in making this another successful season; Hong DDS, Island Burgers, Anasazi Pools, Ground Control and…

PC Senior Softball 2nd half season events and results

The PebbleCreek Senior Softball Association 2014-2015 season came to a successful conclusion in April. The team sponsored by Spooner Physical Therapy had won the first season half by a comfortable margin at 16 wins – 4 losses but was challenged in the second half by teams of Arizona Orthopedic, Osborne Jewelers and American Solar. Victory…