Nottingham Alumni Wall of Fame announced

Seven Nottingham High School alumni will be honored at the fourth annual Wall of Fame induction ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 10, starting at 5 p.m. at Drumlins Country Club in Syracuse. {Q}The honorees include retired Minnesota State Representative Hon. David Bishop '47, clinical researcher Dr. Robert Clark '59, economic development specialist Irwin Davis '60, musician and educator Louis Ranger '67, gerontologist Dr. Sharon Brangman, MD '73, renewable energy expert Dan Reicher '74, and community leader Carmen Harlow '74.{Q}

A collaborative project between the Nottingham Alumni Connection, the Nottingham High School teachers and staff, and the school's Parent-Teacher-Student Organization, the event has been months in the planning. Former inductees include world economist Walter H. Diamond '30, pediatrician Dr. Frederick Roberts '35, transistor engineer James Early, PhD '39, former Assemblyman Hy Miller '41, breast cancer survivor and foundation president Carol Martineau Baldwin '48, San Francisco judge and former state senator Hon. Quentin L. Kopp '48, OCC professor emeritus and school board member Nancy Knapp McCarty '50, businesswoman Ellie Berg Hayman '51, local entrepreneur and SU Trustee Charlie Beach '54, award-winning author John Berendt '57, entrepreneur Sehl Burns '62, former Miami Dolphins football player Doug Swift, MD '66, four-time sound editing Oscar winner Ben Burtt '66, award-winning "godfather of new acoustic music" banjoist Tony Trischka '66, family court Judge David Klim '70, acting Surgeon General of the United States Dr. Steven Galson '74, the first female dean of Duke University Medical School Dr. Nancy Andrews '76, college coach and former Nottingham and SU basketball star Felisha Legette-Jack '84, designer and television personality Thom Filicia '88, former Green Bay Packer Dorsey Levens '89, and the late entertainer Gordon MacRae.

Tickets for the 5 p.m. event are $50. For information or to place an ad or sponsorship, call Judy Schmid, event planner, at 475-1603.

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