Staff Spotlight: Bill Stumpf

A native of Bethlehem, Bill Stumpf is entering his third season with the IronPigs

By Mike Ventola / Lehigh Valley IronPigs | November 27, 2019 10:09 AM

Bill Stumpf is currently an employee with the IronPigs Majestic Store. He will be entering his fifth season with the team in 2020. Bill is a native of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and graduated from Liberty High School in 1990. He has two children: a son, 22 and a daughter, 21, who also works in the IronPigs Majestic Store. Bill is the feature of this week's edition of "Staff Spotlight."

What do you currently do for the IronPigs?

I currently work in the store as a part-time/seasonal employee. I help customers find things and restock/clean in the offseason. I help with inventory and have worked on the weekends in the offseason. My daughter also works in the store. I took her spot a few years ago when she had left, but then helped bring her back to work in the store!

What do you enjoy most about being an IronPigs employee?

It reminds me of my father. He was a season-ticket holder who sadly passed away in 2012. Working here makes me feel very close to him.

What do you do for work outside of being an IronPigs employee?

I work full-time at Amazon. I've been with them for nine years. I work in the warehouse -- inbound/receiving department. I travel across the country and help them open new facilities.

Quick hitters

Favorite TV Show: The Walking Dead

Walk-up Song: "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark" by Fall Out Boy

Favorite Vacation Spot: Wildwood

Favorite Food: Pepperoni Pizza

Favorite Sports Team (besides the IronPigs): Philadelphia Phillies

Is a Hot Dog a sandwich? Yes

Favorite Athlete Growing Up: Pete Rose

If stranded on an island, what three objects/things you want with you? Radio, Phone and Beer!

Favorite Subject in School: Math

Be sure to say hello to Bill when you come visit Coca-Cola Park throughout the holidays and during the 2020 season! Keep an eye out on the next edition of "Staff Spotlight," which will be found on and all social media accounts of the Lehigh Valley IronPigs.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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