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Wall of Honor

The Wall of Honor, sponsored by the Maine Township High School District 207 Educational Foundation, was created in 2013 as part of the 50th anniversary of Maine South High School.

 

Maine South High School and the Wall of Honor Selection Committee recognize graduates for outstanding contributions to society through significant career accomplishments and/or community service.  This serves the dual purpose of recognizing such accomplishments and presenting Distinguished Alumni as role models for current students at Maine South.

 

Nominees must meet the following criteria:

  • Nominee must have graduated from Maine South High School.
  • Nominee must be at least 35 years old.  Nominee may be recognized posthumously.
  • Nominee’s achievements have gone beyond a personal benefit and his/her contributions are of a significant nature for the community and society.
  • Nominee’s contributions are recognized on a community, state-wide or national basis.

 

Nominations can by made by completing the Wall of Honor Nomination form electronically or by downloading the form here.

 

All nominations must be received by March 4, 2022 in order to be considered for Fall 2022 Induction.

 

Any questions may be directed via email to Chris Bednarek or 874-692-8206.

Inductees


2013

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Patricia Callahan – Class of 1989

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Hillary Rodham Clinton – Class of 1965

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Nathan Hultman – Class of 1992

 

2015

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Mark Filip – Class of 1984

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Ray Ozzie – Class of 1973

 

2017

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Dr. Susan Lindquist – Class of 1967

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Dr. Ravi Salgia – Class of 1977

2019

 

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Dante Amiedi – Class of 1974

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George Brandt – Class of 1987

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Brian Humm – Class of 1983

 

Distinguished Business Partner 2019

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Avantara Park Ridge was honored with the Business Partner Award.

Avantara Park Ridge has welcomed and guided students from District 207 during the past three years as part of the District’s career and college advisement program.