The Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame was the brainchild of Frank Calvin. He and then-Superintendent, Louis Cardamone, formed a committee of school personnel and community leaders to develop the Warren High Schools’ Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame. Original committee members were Frank Calvin, Louis Cardamone, Rozen Patterson (Lymor), the late Frank Bubba, Audrey Freeman, Scott Lehman, Myrtle Angel, the late Augusta Barrick, Martha Ellers and Suzanne Fowley. The first induction banquet was held in 1993.
WARREN HIGH SCHOOLS’ DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI HALL OF FAME 2021 NOMINATIONS
The Board of Directors of the Warren City Schools’ Foundation and the Committee of the Warren High Schools’ Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame will induct the next class of outstanding graduates into the Warren High Schools’ Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame in May 2022.
Honorees are graduates who have achieved success in their careers and/or have made significant contributions in their fields, as well as to society, the state and/or on a global scale. Honorees inducted into the Hall of Fame must be graduates of one of the three Warren public high schools: Warren High School, Warren G. Harding High School or Warren Western Reserve High School.
If you know of a well-qualified and deserving graduate who has been out of school at least twelve (12) years, complete the nomination form (please see the link below) and return it to Warren High Schools’ Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame prior to November 1, 2021.
Due to concerns over COVID-19, the 2020 and 2021 inductees were recognized through a virtual ceremony May 16, 2021.
The video (available for viewing at this link: Warren City Schools Distinguished Hall of Fame Class of 2020-2021) recognizes seven inductees who joined more than 268 members of the Hall of Fame.