Folks at Cleveland High School recognized some special graduates Friday morning by inducting them into the school's hall of fame.
The 10 alums make up the fourth induction class for the Blue Raiders.
They span from the classes of 1969 to 1993 and were nominated by faculty, students and other alums.
Each inductee was recognized for their life of service, outstanding achievements and community impact.
Parts of Friday's ceremony even got a little emotional.
Principal Autumn O'Bryan says this year's class highlights a variety of backgrounds.
"We have everything from a man who designs military to a man who just redesigned his urban area in Nashville and has done this tremendous work with the music and the arts and a lieutenant colonel. So, we've got a lot of just really great stories," she said.
The 4th Annual Alumni Hall of Fame Inductees include:
Danny Abshire, Class of 1975, Co-Founder, Newton Running
Deborah Burnette, Class of 1969, Captain, United States Navy
Wendy (Clevenger) Cory, Class of 1988, Associate Professor, College of Charleston
Caleb Crye, Class of 1993, Executive Director, Crye Precision Designs and Manufacturers
Greg Davis, Class of 1969, Educator, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Texas
Lee Fretwell, Class of 1982, Lt. Colonel, United States Army
Gregory Hicks, Class of 1992, Owner, Impressions Catering
Alan Lacy, Class of 1971, Former CEO, Sear Roebuck and Co.
James McKissic, Class of 1990, Director, Office of Multi-Cultural Affairs, Chattanooga
Aubrey Preston, Class of 1977, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist
Kevin Tucker, Class of 1993, Co-Founder, Collide Creative, LLC
Brandon West, Class of 1993, Physician's Assistant, Medical Volunteer
To nominate a Cleveland High School graduate into the hall of fame, click HERE.
Monday, October 23 2017 12:55 PM EDT2017-10-23 16:55:51 GMT
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