1989 – OFFICIAL
Paul E. Hundermark, a native of Pittsburgh, is a 1928 graduate of Washington High School, where he was an All-WPIAL football player in 1926 and 1927. After playing football and baseball at Bellefonte, PA.
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Academy, he played the same sports in 1931 and 1932 at the University of Alabama, where he was a teammate of the great football coach Paul (Bear) Bryant.
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Hundermark played semipro baseball in Washington for Jessop Steel and Washington Eagles, competing against such teams as the Homestead Grays and Honus Wagner All-Stars. He started umpiring district baseball games in 1947 with a group organized by the late Washington baseball rules authority, Dr. Harry M. Cohen.
Hundermark, who also umpired many college games in southwestern PA., worked with such well-known district umpires as Dutch Haas, Fats Mansfield, Banty Reihner, Carl Falcione, Fred Ryland, Jimmy Russell and Angelo Moyer.
His umpiring career covered more than 30 years.
He is a resident of R.D. 1, Waynesburg.