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Billy Driscoll

Kensington,

William Joseph Driscoll 1948 Chevrolet Coupe 1930 Viking Oldsmobile 1936 Ford Police Paddy Wagon William Joseph Driscoll and his clever one-liners have been on numerous committees during his membership, including Picnic, Christmas Party, Cooking and the Halloween Party. Bill is known as "Sausage" due to his profession and his provision of the best sausages in town. The Connecticut Street Rod Association has benefited from Bill's expertise. As Treasurer, he was instrumental in turning the treasury from red to black. This single accomplishment enabled the Club to continue their annual swap meet. Bill is responsible for initiating and completing the process that turned this Club into a non-profit corporation. His efforts and diligent pursuit of Lake Compounce in 1990 gave the Club the ability to reach even higher goals. No member can forget his famous last words on the TV screen as Bill delivered his video-taped Treasurer's Report to the membership: Any questions? He has been the Chairman and Representative of North East Street Rod Organization as well as being in charge of Food Vendors and Spectator Parking at the Connecticut Street Rod Association's Swap Meet. In 1981 Bill participated in the "One-Lap Car" around America with a 1939 Buick. The trip took approximately 2 to 3 weeks. Residing in Berlin, Connecticut William Joseph Driscoll is a Benefactor of this Club after joining in 1973 - his continuous membership and individual accomplishments helped to shape this Club into what it is today. Benefactor Award January 12, 2002