Latest honorees in the Burbank Athletics Walk of Fame:
Coached Ray's Union 76'ers in baseball, flag football, and basketball for 25 years. Many of his teams went on to represent Burbank in the Southern California Municipal Athletic Federation tournaments.
In addition to his work for the department, he also coached at Bellarmine-Jefferson High and St. Finbar Parish School.
He has worked for more than 20 years on the Park, Recreation and Community Services Board.
He bagan playing baseball at Olive Park in the 1950s and also played flag football and adult-league softball. He was also a coach for Ponytail Softball, basketball and volleyball leagues.
He was on one of the original boys Bantam basketball teams in 1963 and played on an adult basketball team for 10 more years. He also competed in adult basketball, baseball, flag football and softball and was a coach and official in a variety of sports.
His father, Hal, was inducted into the Walk of Fame in 2004.
He has been involved in city programs as a coach for more than 30 years, and, as a kid, played Hap Minor Baseball, flag football and basketball.
He has worked the park and rec department since 1975 and is currently stationed at Verdugo Recreation Center coordinating teen events and other recreation programs.
ROBERT "BOB" HARMAN
From 1973-1992 he coached both his son and daughter's youth sports teams.
He officiated in the Hap Minor Baseball, Ponytail Softball, American Softball Assn, flag football and adult softball programs and was a longtime participant in the men's softball and senior softball leagues.
DONNA RONDINELLA LOWANDE
She started playing in the city softball program in the second grade and continued playing with the same group of friends for more than 33 years.
She coached her daughter's Ponytail Softball teams and has played on her daughter Donna's adult softball team.
He coached basketball, Hap Minor Baseball, flag football, Ponytail Softball and tennis for 38 years.
He has had one of the longest playing streaks in Burbank. As a youth and adult player, he participated in the Hap Minor Baseball, flag football, softball, tennis and basketball leagues from 1948-1994.