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S-E Wall of Fame

Welcome to our Wall of Fame page!

Located in the main entrance to the High School, the S-E Wall of Fame is designed to honor Sherburne-Earlville graduates and staff who have made significant contributions to humanity, improved the quality of life, or achieved noteworthy recognition in their careers or educations.

The S-E Wall of Fame has honored more than 50 extraordinary people from 2009-2024. Future selections will be announced during even-numbered years as S-E Wall of Fame inductions alternate with Athletic Hall of Fame ceremonies (odd-numbered years).

The S-E Wall of Fame Committee greatly appreciates nominations from the S-E community for future honorees. Click on the links at right to download a nomination form.

S-E Wall of Fame (file)

2024 Honorees

On June 11, 2024, S-E proudly welcomed three newcomers to its Wall of Fame, which honors graduates and staff members who have made significant contributions to humanity, improved the quality of life, or achieved noteworthy recognition in their careers or educations.

Kenneth J. Martin: Ken graduated from SEHS in 1990, having spent grades 2-5 at Earlville Elementary and 6-12 at the middle/high school. He then earned a bachelor’s from Brandeis University, a law degree from Boston University, and an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management. Ken chose a career in management consulting, helping many of the largest communications companies in the world with strategic decisions. Ken is a partner at Altman Solon, the world's largest strategy consulting firm focused on the communications industry, and leads the firm’s global machine learning and artificial intelligence practice. He has helped dozens of companies decide where to build multi-billion dollar fiber networks and has led analytics projects to manage billion dollar marketing budgets. Ken and his wife, Niressa, live in the Boston area, and they have four children.

Gerald E. Parry Sr.: Gerald attended Sherburne-Earlville Central School, graduating in 1970. He was a member of the Sherburne-Earlville FFA Program for four years under the leadership of Teacher/Advisor Keith Harvey and received the degrees of Greenhand, Chapter Farmer, Empire Farmer and North Atlantic Regional American Farmer. Gerald took his knowledge and skills learned, and applied them to his family, career, and community. He has held many offices in the community and county, one of many, Town of Smyrna's Supervisor for over 14 years. He owns and operates the Parry Family Farm in Smyrna with his wife, Debbra, and family by his side.

Orrin James Wyman (1994-2022): A 2013 graduate of Sherburne-Earlville Central School, Orrin was a well-known beef and hay farmer from Poolville and South Hamilton. Orrin had a deep love for animals and the land he worked. He was like most farmers and worked from sun up until sun down, and would talk about farming non-stop to anyone who would listen. Orrin loved freedom and he chose farming to achieve that. He believed in farming. He attended Morrisville State College and majored in Dairy Science. Friends would say Orrin was the only person they knew who truly lived their dream and made it a reality. He would do anything for his friends, family and fellow farmers. Orrin tragically died in a truck accident on February 23, 2022. He had two sons whom he loved with all his heart, Bradlee and Orrin, Jr. He leaves his love and legacy of farming to them.

2020 Honorees

In April 2020, S-E proudly welcomed four newcomers to its Wall of Fame. The ceremony was postponed because of the COVID-19 health crisis, but the Class of 2020 was recognized as part of the 2024 ceremony.

Roy T. Balma (1942-2001): “Color Guard Instructor Extraordinaire” Balma is a 1960 graduate of Sherburne Central Schools and served his alma mater as its color guard instructor from 1964-1975. Under his leadership, the Sherburne/S-E Color Guard won Mid-York Color Guard Circuit, NYS American Legion, NYS Fair, International CG Circuit, All-American Judges Association, and Canadian Open Championship titles, as well as many other contests. Roy was an active Sherburne Pageant of Bands Committee member who organized and judged color guard and field band competitions. He was president of the NYS Field Band Judges Association and was inducted into the MYCGC Hall of Fame. Roy held his color guard members to the same high standards that he asked of himself: diligence, focus and total dedication. At least eight of his former color guard members have become color guard instructors.

Martha Conklin (1931-2018): Known as “Marti” or “Gram,” Martha was a beloved physical education teacher, mentor, role model, coach, personal counselor, and friend to students for more than 30 years. A graduate of Cortland State Teachers College, Marti’s career in Sherburne began in 1955. Her students were figuratively her own kids, and she taught them how to make the right choices in life and to enjoy themselves in whatever activity they chose. Her dedication and fairness earned the heartfelt respect not only of her students, but also of their parents and her colleagues. An avid runner, Marti participated in the New York City Marathon and often could be seen jogging around her family home on Chenango Lake.

Colonel (Retired) Richard Lindsay III: A 1988 graduate of Sherburne-Earlville, COL (R) Lindsay spent 30 years in the United States Army before retiring in the summer of 2022. COL (R) Lindsay served for 13 years in overseas locations, including Afghanistan, South Korea, and Germany, and culminated his career as the Deputy Commanding Officer/Chief Operating Officer of the U.S. Army Healthcare System-Korea, responsible for the day-to-day healthcare provided to U.S. military forces and their families assigned to the Republic of South Korea. COL (R) Lindsay earned his bachelor’s degree from SUNY Cortland and his master’s degree in healthcare administration from Baylor University. While attending Sherburne-Earlville Central Schools, COL (R) Lindsay participated in wrestling, baseball and basketball. Since retiring from the U.S. Army, COL (R) Lindsay has been serving as the Vice President of Operations at the University of Maryland-St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson, Maryland.

Matt Nakoa Pryor: A 2002 graduate of Sherburne-Earlville and 2006 graduate of Berklee College of Music, Matt is a singer, songwriter, classical pianist, and multi-instrumentalist. He has toured internationally and recorded several albums, including Light in the Dark, A Dozen Other Loves, Choreographic, and Casting Shadows. Matt was called WFUV’s “Discovery of the Year” in 2014 and won the Kerrville Folk Festival’s New Folk Competition that same year. He also was the “Most Wanted Artist” at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival in 2015 and has collaborated with a variety of artists, including folk star Tom Rush and country singer Kathy Mattea.

2018 Honorees

On May 17, 2018, the Sherburne-Earlville Wall of Fame celebrated its 10th anniversary. Family members, friends, and S-E alumni gathered to celebrate the lives and achievements of both former and current honorees. The Wall of Fame Committee read the names of all individuals honored on the wall during its first nine years and welcomed six new honorees to the Wall of Fame family.
Helen Braun: A beloved member of the S-E community, Helen was a nurse in Syracuse and Hamilton for many years and taught nursing students at Chenango BOCES. In addition to raising four children, Helen has been active in the Eastern Star, United Church of Christ, the former Pratt Newton home, and the local blood bank. A graduate of the Sherburne Class of 1946, Helen served as the community representative for the Chenango Office of the Aging and as a member of the Innsiders of the Sherburne Inn.
Rob DeMuro: The Chief Medical Officer and Emergency Room Director of Elizabethtown Community Hospital in Essex County, Rob is a board-certified doctor of internal medicine. He was instrumental in helping the hospital balance its books and completely renovate its main facility. A member of the S-E Class of 1988, Rob has also served as the medical director of St. Joseph’s Addiction and Treatment Services in Elizabethtown. Rob is also the owner of the historic Deer’s Head Restaurant in Elizabethtown. The upper floor of the restaurant is a thrift store which Rob modeled after the Bargain Basket Store in Earlville, and four area churches run the shop and share the profits.
Margot Klisiwecz: Margot is remembered by former students and colleagues as a teacher who excelled not only as an instructor, but also as an advisor and counselor. A math teacher and department chair at S-E, Margot made connections with students both in and out of class, often reaching students that other adults couldn’t. In a pre-STEM age, Margot convinced many girls that they could do math, too, and advised countless students on both school and out-of-school issues. Margot has volunteered many hours working for the League of Women Voters, Brownies, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, and her local church.
Georgena Muhlfeld: Gina dedicated forty-five years to the S-E district, beginning as a typist in 1969 and becoming secretary to the superintendent in 1986. Gina also served as deputy district clerk and later district clerk for the S-E Board of Education for twenty years. Her knowledge of the ins and outs of school procedures helped many district leaders learn their jobs, and her kind, quiet, unassuming manner won the hearts of many friends and faculty members.
Karen Ryan: The former Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Stetson University, Karen Ryan is a Professor of Russian Language and Literature. Before coming to Stetson, she was a professor and administrator at the University of Virginia. An S-E graduate from 1976, Karen developed two study programs in Russia for Stetson students and published Contemporary Russian Satire: A Genre Study (1995) and Stalin in Russian Satire, 1917-1991 (2009). Among other accomplishments, she helped plan and develop the Institute for Water and Environmental Resilience at Stetson.
Keith Thode: A member of the S-E class of 1989, Keith is the lead founder of AdvanceNet Labs and AdvanceNet Technology Services, two companies designed to help less fortunate members of society in education, workforce development, family violence prevention, trafficking victim care, and medical community collaboration. Keith was also the founding employee of the Aidmatrix Foundation, and his teams have provided humanitarian aid in tragedies such as Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy. He also serves on the board of several private and nonprofit organizations and is a contributing author of Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission: A Strategic Guide for Nonprofit Leaders.

2017 Honorees

Bess (Gowers) Charles: A member of the class of 2002, Bess is an award-winning baker in South Florida. Lady Cakes, her bakery and eatery, was named the #1 Bakery in Cape Coral in 2015 and 2016, awarded the Best of 2017 Weddings by TheKnot.com, and won the Couple’s Choice Award in 2016. Bess’s bakery has also been featured in various publications, including USA Today, Muna Luchi Bride Magazine, and WeddingsIllustrated.net. Lady Cakes made 2,000 wedding cakes and over 1,000 birthday cakes in 2016 alone. Showing her community spirit, Bess has also worked with several area nonprofits.

Jan (Fleming) Marcy: In her thirty-one-year career at Sherburne-Earlville, Jan touched the lives of thousands of students. From her classroom book talks to teaching proper research techniques to fielding countless questions, Jan was a model librarian. In retirement, she has continued to serve area residents through Habitat for Humanity, at the local food bank, and as a trained mediator. Jan’s energy and positive attitude continue to inspire the S-E community.

Daniel Mercer: A state-certified fire instructor and lieutenant in the Whitehall Division of Fire in Ohio, Dan has risked his life on numerous occasions to save people in trouble. After graduating from S-E in 1987 and attending college, Dan was a sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps, serving tours of duty in Desert Storm and Desert Shield. He and his wife are the founders of 24-7 COMMITMENT, a nonprofit organization and website designed to “honor, strengthen, support and encourage fire service marriages and families.”

Irmin A. Mody: A lifelong resident of Sherburne, Irmin Mody epitomizes dedication to one’s profession and community. A 1948 graduate of Sherburne High School, Irmin served two years in the U.S. Army and then worked in his family’s restaurant before starting his forestry business. In the 1970s, Irmin opened his first realty office in Sherburne and has helped countless residents and businesses become established in the area. Irmin was also a volunteer at the Sherburne Fire Department and a member of various county boards.

2016 Honorees

David J. Gale: Rear Admiral Gale is the Program Executive Officer for the U.S. Navy where he is responsible for the building of various ships. Soon to be retired, Gale rose through the ranks of the Navy, serving as auxiliariesofficer, engineer officer, executive officer, and the first commanding officer of the U.S.S. Mason, among other duties. Gale received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics degree from the University of New Mexico and a Master’s degree in National Resources Strategy from the Industrial College of the Armed Forces. He speaks warmly of his family and his teachers at Sherburne-Earlville.

Dolores Brown Kruchten: Currently the Vice President of Eastman Business Park in Rochester, Kruchten joined Eastman Kodak in 1981 and has held a variety of leadership roles in the company. According to Kodak, “Kruchten has decades of experience managing global, technical businesses, most recently as President of the Information Management division at Kodak Alaris.” In 2015, the Rochester Institute of Technology honored her as a Distinguished Alumna. She has also served on the Board of Directors of the Rochester United Way, the Monroe Community College Foundation, and the American Heart Walk. Kruchten is a 1979 graduate of Sherburne-Earlville.

Barbara Gay Smith: A 1962 graduate of Earlville High School, Gay served as a librarian in the S-E district for thirty-five years. Beloved by countless children, Gay communicated her love of reading and exploration through book talks to both school and community groups. Gay also helped design the Sherburne-Earlville Elementary library, served as president of the S-E teachers’ union, and was active in her local church and on the S-E Madhatters Relay for Life Team. After retirement, Gay served in the BOCES library system and as interim director of the Sherburne Public Library.

2015 Honorees

David Bensley: Bensley has devoted his life to helping students, both in the Sherburne-Earlville community and around the world. A 1963 graduate of Sherburne Central School, he taught social studies at his alma mater before becoming the high school principal. He served as a coach and advisor and was the former president of Sherburne Rotary Club where he coordinated the club’s Youth Exchange Program. Bensley was also Firefighter of the Year for both Earlville and Chenango counties and has served on a variety of community boards.

Nancy Heck: Heck’s former students remember her as the “best teacher in the world.” She taught kindergarten, first, and second grades at S-E for 26 years until her retirement. Known as the “glitter queen,” Heck kept track of her many students from their first days in her kindergarten class until graduation, showering them with glitter and mementos from their time together. She also hosted regular dinners for her pupils and their families at her home.

Joe Martinelli: Martinelli devoted over 30 years of service to the S-E school district, serving as English teacher, high school principal, assistant superintendent, and superintendent of schools. He was instrumental in supporting agriculture, special education, remediation, and talented/gifted programs. He was also responsible for numerous grants that benefited the district, setting a standard for excellence that has lasted to this day.

Betty Mayne: A member of the 1963 class of SCS, Mayne has been a volunteer leader in Sherburne Girl Scouts for over 40 years. She is an active member of the Faith Baptist Tabernacle where she has sponsored children each summer at Camp BaYouCa. She also volunteers in the kitchen at her church and helps organize a monthly dinner for senior citizens.

Rick Schroder: Schroder is a corporate diversity leader who has organized trainings at Fortune 500 companies for over sixteen years. A 1978 graduate of S-E, he currently works as a manager of Inclusion and Diversity at GlaxoSmithKline in Philadelphia. He has also worked as a hydrogeologist, consultant, diversity manager, and director of sustainable development for such corporations as the Campbell Soup Company, the Shell Oil Company, and Schroder and Associates. He is the author of “Finding the Energy: Coming Out in Corporate America.”

2014 Honorees

Carol and Keith Harvey: Carol and Keith were dedicated employees who served the S-E district in many ways. Keith was the teacher of S-E's award-winning Future Farmers of America program, a science and health teacher, and middle school principal. A Sherburne Central School graduate of 1961, Carol was also a beloved teacher's aide in the elementary school who cared for countless students on the playground.

Rosemary Jaytanie: The first female member of the S-E Board of Education, Rosemary was also a dedicated math teacher, tutor, and substitute teacher for many years. A native of Iowa, Rosemary is widely known for her musical skills. She has accompanied school concerts, musicals, community bands, choruses, and school competitions throughout the Chenango Valley.

Robert Osowski: A 1950 graduate of Sherburne Central School, Bob “Dutch” Osowski has been a beloved S-E community volunteer for over sixty years. A member of the Sherburne Fire Department and Welcome Center, Bob has also coached generations of students in a variety of sports. Bob's optimism and determination helped him defeat cancer in 1979.

James F. Taylor: A member of the S-E Class of 1959, Jim Taylor is a well-respected local attorney who has remained loyal to his alma mater in several ways. An S-E Booster of the Year and a certified teacher, Jim sponsors the Marion K. Taylor Award for a deserving eighth grade student. He also directed the Mock Trial team and coached the Varsity Girls' Basketball team.

Rosemarie L. (Rose) Tenney: A 1977 graduate of Sherburne-Earlville, Rose is an active supporter of her school and community. The mother of four S-E students, Rose helps organize the Alumni Band and is a board member of the Save the Sherburne Inn Restoration Project. Her energy and enthusiasm have sustained a variety of church and community groups.

2013 Honorees

Robert Benedict: A beloved teacher and counselor in S-E for many years, Bob helped countless students adjust to the rigors of the classroom and the real world. Bob is also an active member of several community groups and has graciously donated his time after retirement as an assistant in the S-E attendance office.

Benjamin Busch: An S-E graduate, veteran of two tours of duty in Iraq, actor, and writer, Ben Busch is the author of the memoir Dust to Dust. As an actor he has appeared in numerous television shows, including Party of Five, Homicide: Life on the Street, The West Wing, The Wire, and Generation Kill. He is also the writer/director of two films, Sympathetic Details and Bright.

Thomas M. Lotz, Sr.: Called “The Dean of Chenango Valley,” Tom Lotz was the driving force behind the consolidation of the Earlville and Sherburne School Districts. He served as principal and superintendent in the district for twenty-four years, oversaw the construction of the current middle-high school, and served on many local boards and organizations.

Gina Utegg: A former senior pharmaceutical executive who specialized in infectious diseases, Gina Utegg is the epitome of perseverance. Hit head-on by a drunk driver in 2001, Gina recovered from brain, back, and neck injuries. In 2009 Gina was diagnosed with breast cancer but has bounced back after extensive chemotherapy and radiation. She is now an avid cyclist and has participated in numerous charity races and fund-raisers.

2012 Honorees

Brian DeMuro: A member of the S-E Class of 1982, Brian DeMuro runs a 60,000 square-foot factory for custom-made furniture near New Delhi, India. The factory has provided jobs for nearly two hundred native Indians, many of whom were previously unemployed. A graduate of SUNY Brockport, DeMuro is a former vice-president of a Madison Avenue financial firm.

Svante Myrick: A member of the S-E Class of 2005, Svante Myrick is the youngest person to be elected mayor of Ithaca, New York. A former city alderman for the Ithaca Fourth Ward, Myrick gives much of the credit for his success to his mother and grandparents, including Wall of Fame honoree Red Raville, as well as his hometown. “Success,” he says, “is community success. There is no other kind.”

Wilber “Red” Raville: A beloved music teacher in Earlville and Sherburne from 1958-1986, Red Raville is a Lifetime Member of the Chenango County Council of the Arts, the founder and director of the Sherburne Community Chorus, the founder and conductor of the Mid-York Brass Band, the founder of the Big Band Sounds Orchestra, and the long-time director of the Smyrna Community Band. Red is also the grandfather of Wall of Fame honoree Svante Myrick.

Herman Sherwood-Sitts: A member of the S-E Class of 1974, Herman Sherwood-Sitts orchestrated major relief campaigns for drought-stricken farmers in Texas and flood-stricken farmers in Central New York. Honored by the Chenango County Farm Bureau as the 2011 Advocate for Agriculture, Sherwood-Sitts is also the author of several young adult novels. He cites Mrs. Carole Miller, his seventh-grade S-E English teacher, as the person who encouraged him to pursue writing.

2011 Honorees

Elizabeth Fagan: A highly respected member of the Sherburne-Earlville High School English department, Betty Fagan is remembered not only for her remarkable teaching skills, but also for her genuine concern for her students. Whether she was leading a discussion on a novel, illustrating a point in English grammar, helping a student choose a college, or advising former students after her retirement, Mrs. Fagan guided and inspired hundreds of students over a long career.

Lenny Sue (Mayne) French: A member of the S-E Class of 1985, Lenny Sue French is a middle school math and science teacher in North Carolina. The recipient of numerous teaching awards from several national organizations, Ms. French and her sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students won a national contest to design an experiment for the Space Shuttle Endeavor. Their experiment on the effects of micro-gravity on a living organism flew on the next-to-last mission of the space shuttle program.

Dr. Nicky J. (Williams) Leeborg: An S-E graduate from 1994, Dr. Leeborg is a hematopathologist and assistant professor at the Oregon Health and Science University. After graduating from Clarkson University and SUNY Upstate Medical University, Dr. Leeborg was a pathology resident and surgical pathology fellow in Oregon. She has won numerous awards, including the Lee C. Van Wagner Scholarship, the Department of Pathology Photomicroscopy Award, and the Oregon Health and Science University Rose Award. 

John McDaniel: It would be hard to find a more dedicated public servant than John McDaniel. The owner of The Sherburne News, Mr. McDaniel was the Town Clerk of Sherburne for fifty-five years and was honored by the New York State Senate for his many years of dedicated service. A veteran of World War II, he received the Silver Star for gallantry in action in 1944. Mr. McDaniel still resides in his family home on East State Street and is a strong supporter of many community groups.

2010 Honorees

James W. Carrier: A leading advocate for veterans, Jim Carrier serves on the boards for the Navy SEAL Warrior Fund, the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, and the Hope for the Warriors organization. The founder of the Veterans Appreciation Council of Greenwich, Connecticut, Jim also serves as a trustee for Fisher House Foundation which donates comfort homes on the grounds of major military and medical centers. Jim is a Partner and Director of Marketing at Edgewood Management and was the Salutatorian of the Sherburne-Earlville Class of 1980.

Randy Glasbergen: A nationally-known cartoonist, Randy Glasbergen is the creator of “The Better Half,” a comic panel syndicated by King Features that appears in newspapers seven days a week around the globe. Randy's cartoons have appeared in many publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Good Housekeeping, Boys' Life, Glamour, Better Homes and Gardens, and the Syracuse Post-Standard. His work also appears on greeting cards, websites, and newsletters. The author of many books of cartoons, Randy is a member of the Sherburne-Earlville Class of 1975.

James Hoefler: A professor and former chair of the Political Science Department at Dickinson College, James Hoefler has won several awards for teaching, including the Excellence in Teaching Award from Omicron Delta Kappa, the Distinguished Teacher of the Year Award at Dickinson College, and the Distinguished Faculty Member Recognition from Kappa Sigma / Pi Beta Phi. Jim specializes in American politics and public policy analysis and is the author of four books on issues related to health, death, and dying. Jim is a member of the Sherburne-Earlville Class of 1973.

Janette Nigolian: A beloved former secretary at Sherburne-Earlville High School, Jan Nigolian has the respect and affection of countless community members. Whether she was helping a new faculty member or administrator adjust to life at S-E, or assisting a student with a personal problem, Jan truly cared for all the people who approached her desk. The mother of four S-E graduates, Jan has been an active member of several community groups and was a graduate of Sherburne High School.

Albert Whitney and Frank L. Miller: A local business owner, Albert Whitney was inspired by a gala band presentation during World War II to contact Frank L. Miller, a music teacher at Sherburne, about an event for local bands. With help from the local fire department, Albert and Frank began the pageant which draws thousands of visitors to Sherburne each June. Their tireless commitment to their school and community has enriched the lives of generations of Sherburne-Earlville students.

2009 Honorees

Charlie Palmer: Renowned chef, businessman, author, and a graduate of Sherburne-Earlville, Charlie Palmer proves that a small-town boy can make it big on a national scale. Charlie's restaurants on the East and West Coasts have won numerous awards from James Beard, Wine Spectator, Food Arts, Michelin Guide, and others. His “Progressive American” cuisine uses fresh ingredients from local producers in variety of flavorful dishes. A frequent guest on NBC's Today Show, Charlie is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America and the owner of several hotels, boutiques, and wine shops. 

Isaac Plumb: Isaac Plumb, a graduate of the Sherburne Academy, volunteered to serve in the Union Army in 1861. He fought in twenty-one engagements during the Civil War, including the battles of Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, and Gettysburg. Mortally wounded during the battle of Gaines Mills in Virginia in June of 1864, Captain Isaac Plumb died for our country and for its most important principles in Washington D.C. on July 4, 1864 at the age of twenty-one. He did his share.

Lytle and William Stackhouse: Lytle and William Stackhouse have devoted their lives to assisting and supporting their parents during a time of family need. Willingly changing their own goals in order to help the parents who always supported them, they serve to remind us of the important life lessons of fraternal loyalty, self-sacrifice, responsibility to friends, and devotion to family.

Andy Straka: An award-winning crime novelist, Andy Straka was the co-salutatorian of the Sherburne-Earlville Class of 1976 and a graduate of Williams College. His fictional detective Frank Pavlicek, the hero in a series of novels including Cold Quarry, A Witness Above, A Killing Sky, and Kitty Hitter, gives new life to a popular genre. Andy is the winner of the 2004 Shamus Award for the best private eye novel as well as a devoted husband, father of six children, licensed falconer, and licensed private investigator. A star on the Sherburne-Earlville basketball court, Andy was also the co-captain of Williams' basketball team.

Wall of Fame Classes

2024: Kenneth J. Martin, Gerald E. Parry Sr., Orrin James Wyman.
2020: Roy T. Balma, Martha Conklin, Colonel Richard Lindsay III, Matt Nakoa Pryor.
2018: Helen Braun, Rob DeMuro, Margot Klisiwecz, Georgena Muhlfeld, Karen Ryan, Keith Thode.
2017: Bess (Gowers) Charles, Jan (Fleming) Marcy, Daniel Mercer, Irmin A. Mody.
2016: David J. Gale, Dolores Brown Kruchten, Barbara Gay Smith.
2015: David Bensley, Nancy Heck, Joe Martinelli, Betty Mayne, Rick Schroder.
2014: Carol Harvey, Keith Harvey, Rosemary Jaytanie, Robert Osowski, James F. Taylor, Rosemarie L. (Rose) Tenney.
2013: Robert Benedict, Benjamin Busch, Thomas M. Lotz Sr., Gina Utegg.
2012: Brian DeMuro, Svante Myrick, Wilber “Red” Raville, Herman Sherwood-Sitts.
2011: Elizabeth Fagan, Lenny Sue (Mayne) French, Dr. Nicky J. (Williams) Leeborg, John McDaniel.
2010: James W. Carrier, Randy Glasbergen, James Hoefler, Janette Nigolian, Albert Whitney, Frank L. Miller.
2009: Charlie Palmer, Isaac Plumb, Lytle Stackhouse, William Stackhouse, Andy Straka.
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