Chris Housser - President
Mr. Housser is a co-founder of the U.S. DekHockey Federation. His leadership and initiative were first evidenced in 1972 when he brought the first Canadian team, The Griffins, to Leominster, Massachusetts to compete in the first international street hockey competition.
Chris has been active in this sport ever since. He carries the vision of Raymond Leclerc, leading and promoting in all areas of Dekhockey.
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Dave Helenius- Secretary/ Jr Divisoin GM-
Pauline Cormier- Treasurer
A Leominster native, Ms. Cormier has been active in the sport for over 30 years, and she brings a wealth of experience as a player, coach, referee, and tournament official. She was a pioneer in the women’s game, helping start the first women’s leagues as well as the first women’s tournaments. She has also been a coach at the youth levels and has been a tournament director for many years. She was also recently elected a Ward Councilor in her hometown of Leominster.
Ms. Cormier’s experience with the sport, as well as her legal expertise, makes her an outstanding addition to the Board of Directors.
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Kevin Boccia- At Large Board member
Mr. Boccia is an active board member. His value in the organization has been evidenced in the operational direction of both U.S. and international tournaments. His experience in this area will help the U.S. Dekhockey Federation to compete in national competitions throughout the United States.
Kevin’s expertise will serve the federation well as he guides the organization and preparations for our teams and their families when they compete in international tournaments.
*The Board of Directors looks to expand by choosing three more board members in 2015.
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Dan Walsh- International Director for USA Teams/Women's Director/Media Director
Dan is a Leominster native who began playing the sport in 1978. He has particiapted in some fashion, player, coach,official ,adminstrator, director, GM, for 30 years. His ability to comunicate and be present at USDHF events is a welocme addition to the Board of Directors,
Mrs. Palmer is a co-founder of the U.S. DekHockey Federation. As the niece of Raymond Leclerc, she has chosen to continue his work. Her passion is to promote and facilitate the growth and success of Dekhockey in the United States and abroad.
Sheila’s main objective is to help this organization obtain and maintain the necessary resources to assist all Dekhockey members, leagues, and associations so that the federation will become a major contributor to the various world organizations.