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Cleveland High School inducts 15 into Hall of Fame

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CLEVELAND, TN (WRCB) -  Cleveland High School welcomed 15 Hall of Fame inductees for the second year of the alumni honor.  This year's inductees come from a wide variety of backgrounds: business, military, engineer, Special Olympian, pastor, educator and broadcasting are represented.

Inductees include:

- John David Beckler, class of 1967, retired senior vice president of TVA;

- Ray Kimsey, class of 1969, president of Niles Bolton Associates;

- Jim Gibson, class of 1972, co-pastor of First Baptist Church;

- William Scott Hicks, class of 1977, deceased co-owner of Universal Assemblies;

- Scott “String” Kress, class of 1977, implementation manager at UNUM;

- Bill Crum, class of 1984, captain in the U.S. Navy;

- Adonia (Johnson) Latham, class of 1984, vice president of the First Tennessee Bank & Trust financial center;

- Curt Prichard, class of 1989, colonel in the Air Force;

- Brad Greene, class of 1990, engineer and principal owner of Gridwell;

- Karen (Seago) Hall, class of 1990, teacher at Stuart Elementary;

- Traci (Dunn) Fant, class of 1991, attorney at McCoy Management;

- Gregory Scott Prichard, class of 1991, design and analysis engineer at NASA;

- Steve Hartline, class of 1996, owner and station manager of WCLE;

- Brenda Holder, class of 1996, Special Olympics champion;

- Melissa (Turner) Wagner, class of 2000, radio personality on US 101.

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