It is known as a . The students refer to her as Mama Ricks. During his tenure as head football coach at SLUH, he had 54 All State players and 68 All Metro players. In the beginning the only class offered was ballet, but as the years passed she invited other teachers to join the Studio for the Arts and soon students were studying art, drama, voice, and Ozark clog dancing. Name Title Compensation Date of data; Julie McCarthy: President / Chairperson: $0: 2021-12-31: Financials for Brentwood High School Hall of Fame. Gary has actively participated in the American Bar Association, and was included in the 2006 to 2009 editions of the Best Lawyers of America before returning to government service. After getting his A.B. made National Honor Society, and was named a National Merit Scholar. Bob He is a member of an international wine group, the Commanderie of Bordeaux. Back in Princeton as a graduate student, David was director of drama at The Hun School. 1930's 1932 - 18 MB 1933 - 4 MB 1934 - 15 MB 1935 - 14 MB 1936 - 14 MB 1937 - 16 MB 1938 - 13 MB 1939 - 11 . in Economics from the University of Missouri - Columbia. He has been Chairman of the The Brentwood Union Free School District is committed to help empower each and every student to realize his/her full potential while acquiring knowledge and attitudes to become healthy, productive, and responsible citizens and life-long learners, in an ever-changing and diverse society. Gus Garcia University School. The project will soon be available to the general public for meetings relating to civil discourse and social justice. for causes and social justice. He spent his 32-year career at Edison Brothers Stores from which he retired in 1992 with the title of Vice President for Real Estate. After graduating from BHS, he earned both a bachelor's degree in political science from Washington University and a law degree in 1965. After retiring from the USAF in 1992, Fred became President, Principal, and Co-Owner of The Dayton Group in Dayton, Ohio. For two years, she taught PE at Chattanooga Christian School and started a pre-school program at Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church. She is a charter member and current Secretary of the Brentwood Historical Society and was a primary contributor in writing a book on History of Brentwood. Through his leadership, a playground was established on Central Avenue, and the neighborhood always remained safe and crime-free. loved basketball, but joined the members of the greatest generation in the war effort He began his professional career as a Sales Rep with bock Pharmacal Company after attending the St. Louis College of Pharmacy and Missouri State College. He Two big brothers; two little sisters! 2-3 Beds. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Project Management at Southampton University in the U.K. Fred spent 27 years in the United States Air Force and retired as a full Colonel. He wrote and produced the City of Joseph pageant which was performed before thousands each summer for 26 years in Nauvoo, Illinois. Dravo Corporation engineer; founder, owner and president of Somerset Consolidated Industries (35 years) shipping castings to Europe, South America and Japan. Iggy s induction into the BAA Hall of Fame in September wouldn't have been . Dixie and Barry traveled extensively in Europe and Latin America. residential development industry, he retired to become a high school math and Welcome; . Later, he served as Director of Admissions, Housing and Financial Aid at the University of Akron in Ohio. On September 11, she covered the national disaster live on the air for over 5 hours to a nationwide audience and a year later she was asked to return to the Pentagon to broadcast live, covering the tragedy one year later. His career as an executive for several major department store chains took the family to St. Louis, Philadelphia, New York City, Pittsburgh, Columbus and Milwaukee. Don has served as president of "Friends of Youth," a community fundraising organization, as a volunteer with Habitat for Humanity, and as a volunteer for the Merlin Augustine Foundation, an organization that feeds people in need. A senior partner with the St. Louis firm of Lewis Rice Fingersh, Barry Paul and his wife have five children. Andee married and moved to Arkansas in 1983. experience with curriculum, sports and social interactions was unbeatable. Phyllis reentered the State Department in the 1970's as an Afghanistan desk officer and was deputy spokesman for Secretary George Schultz, the first woman to hold such a post in Washington. Brentwood, CA 94513. Lives in Bryan, Texas. Over the years she has helped hundreds of students raise their GPA and the Study Focus program has helped increase the graduation rate for Kirkwood High School. For seven successful years the show became syndicated to over 80 different cities including St. Louis. He also founded and directed the Music Department's first electronic music studio. Of the more than 70 projects Bob has worked on at Pfizer, only one, Xeljanz, has made it to commercialization and he was recognized as a 2015 American Chemical Society Hero of Chemistry for his part on the Xeljanz team. Mr. Harper has more than forty years of business experience, primarily in the areas of real estate sales and management, development, rail transportation, and tourism. His honors and awards include a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Naumberg award, and an award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. . In 1991, Gary was chosen Metropolitan Coach-of-the-Year by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. the Judge Advocate program in Japan and Korea. Nip is also highly respected as a consultant and lobbyist in She has represented the Republican Congressional delegation of Southwestern Pennsylvania, the Republican United States Senators, and the Presidential campaigns of George W. Bush, Rudy Giuliani and John McCain. 1961 Fred Abrams. He headed the University of Arkansas task force, which developed Wal-Mart's first advanced management training program, the Walton Institute. Attended Mark Twain Elementary and his favorite class at BHS was Spanish. Important . Gary resides in Virginia with his wife, Christine; they have four sons and one grandchild. 100 Emory Hill Dr, Jackson, TN 38301. In 1970, they transferred to a tiny town in southeastern Idaho called Soda Springs, where she became both a substitute reading teacher and guidance counselor at the high school. From 1990 until 2013, Vicki served as the official photographer for the Los Angeles World Affairs Council. A commemorative plaque with the names of HOF members is displayed in the annex entrance to the Brentwood Middle/High School. Linda served as Administrative Liaison between Parkway and the West County YMCA Before and After School Child Care Programs operating in sixteen of Parkway's elementary schools. He This enchantment led to theatre, literature, and religion. District Alternative Education Program . Upon completion of service in Vietnam, he too began his professional career as a Sales rep with Bock Pharmacal Company in St. Louis. Location: Richard Siegel Soccer Complex - Murfreesboro, TN. The Brentwood High School Hall of Fame Board of Trustees is proud to announce the class of 2020 Hall of Fame scholarship winner, Gabriel Hess. Rushmore, a rodeo in Cody, WY . Clinical Instructor 1971-2001, Chief, Div. The team he helped start in the 40s became the St. Louis Rolling Rams, one of the Those spots ran nationwide as well as in the United Kingdom. NOMINATION FORM. [citation needed] Soccer - boys' varsity New York State Class . Since then, hes been dedicated to helping the American Heart Association by speaking at events and raising funds and awareness for cardiovascular. In this position, she established and supervised many programs along with a staff of fifty teachers -- Parents as Teachers (2,200 families), Preschool Developmental Screening for three and four year olds (2,000 children), One and Two year old Hearing, Vision, and Health Screening (965 children), Preschool Parent Education (1,200 families), Fee Based Parent-Child Education Interaction (900 families), and Teen Parent Program at Parkway's five high schools ('93-'94 enrollments). an outdoorsman, sportsman and active family man, Rodney was pictured on the cover of 'Outdoor Life' with a huge deer. The guidance and enthusiasm provided by the faculty and staff in her young life always stayed with her. "From Coaches Long, Burgoyne, Mabery, Penn, Taylor, White and Lauer, to Mr. Becker and Mr. Frye, they all helped in one way or another -- even Mr. Martin, who never kicked me out of the library. Website. He attended Mark Twain Elementary School and math and literature were his favorites at BHS. your individual importance and your role in the community. Heather also appears regularly on KDKA every Thursday night with John McIntire, with Chris Moore on PCNC and with Ellis Cannon on Night Talk, as a political analyst. Athletic Hall of Fame; Graduates of Distinction; Athletics; Solar Energy Project; Bell Game Run; War on Failure Task Force; . He attended Mark Twain Elementary School and BHS where biology and geometry were favorite subjects. He was a Brentwood resident for 55 years and served as a U.S. He also served as Brentwood Mayor for 13 years. LUHSD Hall of Fame; Baseball; Basketball - Boys; Basketball - Girls; Cross Country; Football; Golf - Boys; Golf - Girls; . Brentwood, CA 94513. Over 100 former players went on to play in college and three of those young men went on to play in the NFL. Upon his return from Bermuda in 1992, Iggy heard that a newly formed all sports station, KASP 1380, was looking for a producer. Don received his Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska; he has written or edited six books and over fifty articles and case studies and twice was recognized as the Outstanding Researcher in the College of Business at the University of Arkansas. Get in Touch. the world to increase his medical knowledge--from France and Germany to California An award-winning teacher and scholar, he specializes in the work of Sren Kierkegaard, Fyodor Dostoevsky, in contemporary Christian theology, faith and literature (he characterizes himself as a literary theologian), and theodicy. David is the author/photographer of An Evocation of At BHS, he was an outstanding basketball and other sports star. of Ob-Gyn 1974-1988, Vice-Chair, Dept. in Atlanta. fellow students and school staff were honest and respectful. Mark has recorded seven CD's; he teaches and has is own series of "signature flutes". While enjoying his retirement from football, Gary continues to teach and serve as Head of the Physical Education Department at SLUH. Earning his degrees from Washington May 01, 2022 . In 1980 he competed in World Trampoline Championships in Brig, Switzerland, placing 6th. Brentwood High School student killed in crash on Franklin Road . Chair, Division of Health Sciences, CCAC; Executive Director, National Board of Certification for Hospice Nurses, Residential developer/builder who built more than 1500 residences and complexes in the South Hills, Surveyor of the Port Authority Light Rail Transit System from Downtown to Sough Hills Village, Professor and Chair, Modern Languages Department, Chatham College, Judge, Beaver County Court of Common Pleas, Professor of History and Dean, College of Arts & Sciences, University of Pittsburgh, Disc Jockey, KDKA and WWSW for more than 40 years, Superintendent, 14 years in Upper St. Clair School District; Pennsylvania Superintendent of the Year, 2002, Professional football player (Steelers, Browns, Baltimore Colts) Brentwood High School Football coach, Associate Director, Athletics, University of Colorado; presidential appointee to US Advisory Committee on Women in the Armed Forces, Vice Commander-in Chief of US Air Forces in Europe; Inspector General of the US Air Force; Chief-of-Staff of the US Air Force; Commander-in-Chief of Pacific Air Forces, Pioneer in broadcast engineering; first multi-station circular polarized panel antenna in US, Executive Director, Allegheny Conference on Community Development; Executive Director, George Grund Foundation, Reporter, Pittsburgh Press; Scripps-Howard News Services in D.C. (25 years), President, Rockwin Prestressed Concrete Corp. of CA, one of the largest producers of its kind in the US, Senior trial attorney, Fraud Section, Dept. He's a member of the Baseball Writers' Association of America and votes for the National Baseball Hall of Fame starting in 2023. Get Directions. Brentwood, but had some of his most meaningful experiences while serving in Burma (Don't leave off the initials, or works by other scientists will be included). After earning his Ph.D. from BYU honored Jackie with full professorship in 2007. The Island Academy opened with a student body of 36, including Dixie's daughter, Courtney, and today, with Dixie as the principal, has approximately 75 students from all over the world. He serves by appointment of the Arizona governor on the Arizona Commission for Postsecondary Education-Oversight Committee and is a trustee for Prescott College. It has 996 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 9 to 1. Attended McGrath Elementary School and his favorite subject at BHS was Math. Mr. Plein got his start in television as a weekend sports producer with KSDK. From 1975 to 1978, he was granted a three-year absence so he could serve as a volunteer Mission President for the Church in Stockholm, Sweden. oldest, continuing civilian wheelchair basketball teams in the world. Richard returned to St. Louis as a local attorney working full time with the Legal Aid Society, where he ran his own practice, and secured a major legal victory in 1997 for railyard workers in a case over reduced benefits that reached the Supreme Court. appointed as the Chief Medical Officer of Duke University. He graduated first in his class at MU Medical School and began his practice of medicine in Albany, Oregon. Oct 26, 2021 at 2:18 pm. In 1994, Linda received the Pillar of Parkway Award by the Parkway District. The Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame is a non-profit established in 1990 to honor outstanding people, living or deceased, who gained prominence and have made substantial contributions in the fields of professional and amateur sports on behalf of themselves and Suffolk County. Her accomplishments since, however, have been extraordinary. He worked his way up through the ranks Brentwood High School Hall Of Fame: Employer Identification Number (EIN) 800782495: Name of Organization: Brentwood High School Hall Of Fame: In Care of Name: Julie Mccarthy: Address: 3601 Brownsville Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15227-3196: Subsection: Educational Organization: Ruling Date: 10/2014: Deductibility: and M.S.U. Andees Imperial Players Company came into being and the Imperial Dinner Theatre soon became a tourist attraction. 1980 Andee Ide Evers . as Mayor of Town and Country for two terms, he was elected to the St. Louis County They have two sons, three daughters and three grandchildren. Paul rides his bike to class everyday and they take biking trips for family vacations. This Ca2+ pump sits in the boundary membrane of the cell and pumps Ca2+ out. She retired as Secretary, after serving 12 years. Early in her career, she photographed many entertainers, Jim Morrison and the Doors being the most memorable, she says. 18 were here. Mrs. Ricks works with some of the toughest situations at KHS, but always with a big heart believing that every student needs another chance and each is worth fighting for. in Economics and received a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. Vicki resides in Palos Verdes with her husband, David Kase. science teacher. Leighton is completing his residency requirements at the Nebraska Medical Center of Pharmacology and Therapeutics. Nomination forms are available from the school office of the Athletic Director, or by continuing below on this page. Art Pallan, a popular '60s KDKA-AM disc jockey who called . Brentwood High School 3601 Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15227 Phone: 412-881-4940 | Fax: 412-881-4170 from Northwestern University and her M.D. She appeared weekly on the public affairs program 4802, WQED/Channel 13, PBS for nine years, as a political analyst until the shows end and makes frequent appearances on local TV and radio. He has taught seminars on Elie Wiesel, bringing Wiesel to Mary Washington in 2000. MOYERS JOURNAL, TURNING POINT and other highly respected forums. It's Uncle Iggy," he stated. including a 476-yard effort in one game as a senior that ranked second in Alabama high school history. Cindy has been married to Dr. Tom Ricks for 38 years and they have three children: Nathan, Katie and Jordan. She was delighted to learn that one of them was a BHS alumna. And she did all of that for a complete stranger. His greatest honor, he believes, was being recognized by a former student who endowed and named in his honor the Donald D. White Scholarship, awarded annually to as many as ten outstanding undergraduate students in the College of Business. He was the 1987 Distinguished Graduate of Air Defense Officer Basic School. He is a member of the Federal Executive Board and a life member of both the International David attended Northwestern University as a college freshman before transferring to Princeton University. Nells research examines the intersection of American Indian law with federal constitutional and property law. Larry's great interest in wine has become a second vocation. Active in track and field at BHS, Karl was 1981 State Champion in Pole Vault. Earning his law degree After graduation Don entered the U.S. Air Force. He also took a grad subject in Counseling Theory and Practice at SLU. Brentwood STEAM School of Innovation. In the 1970's, Howard owned three homes in Kansas City that he converted into co-ed boarding and education residences for at-risk youth. The Brentwood High School Hall of Fame (HOF) was established in the spring of 2000. He has been a volunteer neighborhood commissioner for the Boy Scouts of America, Ambassador for the United Way and president of the Missouri Coalition for Traditional Marriage. Mission. movement. John F. Kennedy High School. Marilyn and her family are avid hikers, skiers and runners. Some of his papers have had an unusual impact on scientific research, as judged by the number of times these papers were cited by others. David and his wife, Marlyne, live in Spotsylvania, Virginia. Since retiring Phyllis has served on several boards and as chairman of the Board of Americans for UNFPA, the support group for the United Nations' work with international family planning and reproductive health. Missouri State University (now Missouri State) for 24 seasons, leading her teams to the University of Alabama-Birmingham ever since. Trudy ThompsonLarkins (Olivia Fox) - 1984. Practice Director and Manager, Hatch Assoc. and Ph.D. from the Harvard Chemistry Department, he continued work in biomedical research at Pomona College, Claremont, CA (1963-1964), The Institute for Enzyme Research, University of Wisconsin, Madison (1964-1971), The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1971-1976), The Mayo Medical School (1979-2003) and The Massachusetts General Hospital (2003-present). her husband, John Stevens. She taught music in the St. Louis area for a year. ride scholarship to Washington University and then founded three businesses with Rainier Railroad in Washington state. Association of Chiefs of Police and the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police. Twelve Bransford and Springfield High School greats have been named to the Springfield High School Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2022. The St. Louis Business Journal named Bock Pharmacal Small Business of the Year and Larry and brother William were later named to the Small Business Hall of Fame. In 2003, the company was sold to Home Services, Inc., an affiliate company of the well-known Warren Buffet organization, Berkshire Hathaway. She has been featured in numerous business magazines for her skill in non-profit management and her contributions to the local economy and has built a cultural arts region from the ground up. around the country. Upon graduation from Baker University in 1957, he served as Baker's Director of Admissions. American General was the sponsor of the event since the . Coach Kornfeld was the winningest coach in SLUHs history and posted 212 wins, 15 state playoff berths, 14 District titles, seven Conference crowns and was named the Metro Catholic Conference Coach of the Year multiple times.