Congratulations to Nicholas Miller!
2018 Hall of Fame Scholarship Winner
A special message from the Fairview Park City Schools Hall of Fame Committee
It is hard to believe that it has been 20 years since the inception of Fairview Park City Schools Halls of Fame. There have now been over 100 distinguished alumni, athletes and staff inducted into our Hall of Fame, with each inductee’s plaque prominently displayed in the appropriate Hall of Fame at Fairview High School. At the 2017 Induction Ceremony this past May we were pleased to honor the Hall of Fame Founders.
The Hall of Fame is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity. Your annual donation is tax deductible, and a significant help in defraying the expenses we incur related to our Hall of Fame inductions. In addition to our induction banquet, the Hall of Fame committee has created an annual $500 scholarship for a graduating Fairview High School senior…perhaps even leading to a future Hall of Fame member! We have also created the website you are viewing, featuring inductee profiles and activities related to the Fairview Park City Schools Hall of Fame.
Continuation of these traditions and new undertakings can only be possible with your generous donation.
When you make a tax deductible donation, your name will be listed in the Hall of Fame Induction Program.
In addition, we will show our appreciation with one of the following:
Any gift you make will be greatly appreciated.
Lastly, we invite you to nominate a worthy candidate to one of the Fairview Park City Schools Halls of Fame.
You will find a Nomination Form at the bottom of this page.
Thank you for your support.
We are pleased to introduce the 2017 inductees to the Fairview Park Schools Hall of Fame
The Athletic Hall of Fame: Pat Hoy '85, James Leffingwell '64, Brian Weir '91, Jeremy Zarins '91
The Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame: Tudor Dimofte, Ph.D. '00, Rene Hernandez, Ph.D. '72,
Mary Nock, M.D. '89, Stephen Senderoff '72
The Distinguished Faculty/Staff Hall of Fame: Tony DiBiasio, Margaret Goebelt '31, Tom Kairis, Judi Norton
First Row L-R: Rene Hernandez, Brian Weir, Jeremy Zarins, Judi Norton, Tudor Dimofte
Second Row L-R: Tom Kairis, Pat Hoy, Tony DiBiasio, Mary Nock
Not Pictured: Margaret Goebelt, James Leffingwell, Stephen Senderoff
At the Induction Ceremony on May 6, 2017,
special recognition was given to
The Founders of The Fairview Park Schools Hall of Fame
L-R: Cary Wilgren, Richard Stuewe, Sharon Traver-Guinaugh, Dave Coleman, Richard Betor, Bill Bristow, Fred Allen
Not Pictured: Ed Eiskamp, Lisa Howell-Koustis, Jane Weaver, Judy Whalen, Elaine Morris
The Fairview Park City Schools Hall of Fame was established to honor and publicly recognize distinguished alumni, athletes and staff who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in areas such as citizenship, leadership, education, sportsmanship, the arts and sciences, the business world and professional fields.
Such special recognition provides current students of the Fairview Park City Schools an opportunity to understand the value of their education and the possibilities to which it may lead. The Hall of Fame inductees can provide inspiration to a new generation of students through their example. The Fairview High School Hall of Fame Committee is committed to perpetuating the Hall of Fame at Fairview High School and inducting extraordinary nominees for permanent remembrance.
The Athletic Hall of Fame is made up of outstanding Fairview Park High School Athletes, Coaches and Athletic Administrators who in addition to their athletic achievement have made positive contributions to the betterment of the Fairview High School Athletic Program. To be eligible for consideration athletes must have graduated nine years prior to selection. Coaches or Athletic Administrators must have been at Fairview High School prior to 2011.
The Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame is made up of Fairview High School graduates or students who attended Fairview Park Schools nine years prior to selection. The inductees have demonstrated success in their chosen field and made notable contributions to their community.
The Distinguished Faculty/Staff Hall of Fame is made up of former faculty members and the supporting staff of Fairview Park Schools. The inductees have served at least ten years and have been retired from Fairview Park Schools for at least three years. The inductees have demonstrated success in their chosen field, have made notable contributions, and have impacted the students of the Fairview Park Schools.
Co-Chairs: Fred Allen & Bill Bristow
Committee Members: Ed Eiskamp, Richard Betor, Dave Coleman, Sharon Traver-Guinaugh, Lisa Howell-Koustis, Richard Stuewe, Jane Weaver, Judy Whalen, Elaine Morris, Cary Wilgren
Chairman: Joel Chermonte Vice Chairman: Tom Kairis Treasurer: Jean Scothon Secretary: Mary Kay Wysong
Committee Members: Sandy Bennhoff, Tony DiBiasio, Craig Fawcett, John Jefferson, Kathy Rosol, Rebecca Tweedle, Karen Welter,
2020 Hall of Fame Induction Banquet.
21095 Center Ridge Rd.
Fairview Park, OH 44116
21468 Lorain Rd.
Fairview Park, OH 44126
Cleveland Airport Marriott
4277 W. 150th St.
Cleveland, OH 44135
We welcome your support.
To become a sponsor of the Fairview High School Hall of Fame contact Sandy Bennhoff (440) 356-3500.
To nominate a candidate you must use the official nomination form.
You may nominate as many individuals as you wish, but you must use a separate official form for each nominee.
In order to be considered for induction into the Hall of Fame Class of 2020 Induction, nominations must be received by March 1, 2019.
Nominations received after this date will not be reviewed for 2020 Induction.
Please note: By submitting this document, you attest to the validity and to the accuracy of all information provided.