Lee Schulte of Marissa and Art Voellinger of Belleville will be among the inductees into the Greater St. Louis Amateur Baseball Hall of Fame on April 18 at the Sheraton Westport Chalet Hotel.
Both men are also in the Mon-Clair League Hall of Fame.
Schulte coached Marissa High School baseball teams to a 533-329 record (.617 winning percentage) during a 33-year career. In 1986, the Meteors compiled a 28-5-1 record and claimed the Class A state championship.
As an infielder in 1967, he was a teammate of future major-league pitcher Jerry Reuss, who played for Tilden in the Mon-Clair League before signing with the St. Louis Cardinals.
A second-round draft choice in 1967, Reuss had a 22-year major-league career and will be among the award winners at the St. Louis event.
Voellinger was associated with County League baseball from 1954-2012. Last November, he received the first Mon-Clair League Lifetime Achievement Award after retiring as a league vice president.
Voellinger also served as the varsity baseball coach at O'Fallon High School from 1991 to 2002, compiling a 232-113-3 record in 12 seasons with a state tournament trip in 1994.
Anyone interested in attending the 40th annual dinner, which begins with cocktails at 5 p.m., should contact Larry Donovan at (314) 645-1996. Tickets are $55 apiece.