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In 1978 he became a registered/licensed ASA umpire and began to officiate men’s and women’s 12-inch and 16-inch games for Tom O’Neill, Bob Ancona, and Joe Hoffman at the top parks in Chicago and the suburbs.
That year, he also began umpiring at ASA regional, sectional, and national competitions.
Without its organizers, 16" softball would never have gained the heights of popularity that it now enjoys.
With his colorful antics and legendary methods of recruiting and retaining players, Braasch must rank as one of the top organizers of all time.
Besides using creative methods to sign players, Braasch was also a master of finding sponsors.
Once season he convinced 35 saloon owners to sponsor his team.
Every player on his teams received an autographed 8 - by - 10 photo of Joanee, an ex-stripper, tavern owner, and World War II resistance fighter for the Polish underground.He then went on to Loyola University and in 1971 earned his degree in Public Accounting (CPA) with a minor in Business Law, Finance, and Classical Languages.He played basketball, football, baseball, hockey, and ran track.During his umpire career, he always stressed fairness in calling the game, respected the players and the integrity of the game, called the game to the best of his ability, and realized that the game is more important than one person.Currently he has reduced the number of games that he officiates, but does assign an elite group of umpires for 16-inch major leagues and tournaments.
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He is also a member of the Phi Kappa Theta (PKT) fraternity.