International Mr. Deaf Leather (IMrDL) [Edit]

International Mr. Deaf Leather (IMrDL) was a title given by the now-defunct organization International Deaf Leather to the winner of the International Mr. Deaf Leather Contest. The contest was first held in 1991 in Dallas, Texas.

Known winners and runners-up are :

1991 – Winner: Philip Rubin (a founder of International Deaf Leather), First Runner-Up: Victor Magide, Second Runner-Up: Jose Granda
1992 – Winner: Bob Donaldson (a founder of International Deaf Leather), First Runner-Up: Jeff Barrett, Second Runner-Up: Marvin Evrink
1993 – Winner: Chris Mueller, First Runner-Up: Rachid, Second Runner-Up: Danny Nelson
1994 – Winner: Jose Granda, First Runner-Up: Mark Cairns, Second Runner-Up: Victor Magide
1995 – Winner: David Cowan, First Runner-Up: Patrick McCarthy
1996 – Winner: Daniel Sonnfeld
1997 – Winner: Patrick Richardson, First Runner-Up: Paul O’Rourke, Second Runner-Up: William ‘BAM’ Coleman
1998 – Winner: Danny Carbonell, First Runner-Up: Jeff Dell, Second-Runner Up: Steven Mayers
1999 – Winner: Bob Rourke, First Runner-Up: Chuck Putvin, Second Runner-Up: Chris Hall
2000 – Winner: Buck Rogers, First Runner-Up: John Roades, Second Runner-Up: Steven Mayers
2001 – Winner: Alan ‘SPO’ Schwartz, First Runner-Up: Dennis Hart, Second Runner-Up: Alex James
2002 – Winner: William ‘BAM’ Coleman, First Runner-Up: Doug Dickson, Second Runner-Up: Dennis Hart
2003 – Winner: Juan Zazueta, First Runner-Up: Jerry Garmany, Second Runner-Up: Jerome ‘Jer’ Sebolt
2004 – Winner: Paul O’Rourke, First Runner-Up: Jeff Barrett
2005 – Winner: Michael Ratzlaff, First Runner-Up: Jerome ‘Jer’ Sebolt, Second Runner-Up: David
2006 – Winner: Steve Kennedy, First Runner-Up: Marc ‘Y’ Burton
2007 – Winner: Jerry Garmany
2008 – Winner: Sir “Y”
2009 – Winner: Terry Morrell
2010 – Winner: Terry Morrell
2011 – Winner: Sir Justin

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