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Nominations sought for 2014 DHS Hall of Fame

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From page A4 | January 17, 2014 | 1 Comment

The Davis High School Blue & White Foundation is seeking nominations of outstanding individuals, teams or groups to be considered for induction in 2014 into the Davis High School Hall of Fame.

Nomination categories include alumni at large, alumni athletics, alumni fine arts, DHS faculty/staff and friends/benefactors of DHS. All eligible alumni nominees must have graduated at least 10 years before their nomination.

Alumni-at-large nominees must have demonstrated significant achievement in or contribution to society. All athletic and fine art nominees must have demonstrated significant achievement while attending DHS or must have established themselves as amateurs or professionals at a local, state or international level.

Faculty and staff members and friends and benefactors of DHS should, by personal endeavor, leadership and sacrifice over a period of years, have made an extraordinary contribution to the success of DHS.

Foundation President Will Arnold said he is proud to continue the tradition of honoring the bright, hard-working and talented alumni Davis High School has produced.

Past Hall of Fame inductees are Dave Scott, A.J. “Bud” Henle, Mark Inouye, Denise Curry, Elaine Kasmatis, John Barovetto, Tony Fields, Craig Wilson, JoAnne Moldenauer, Dick Lewis, Ron Brown, Richard Brunelle, Michael Franti, Carol Greider, Ralph
Villanueva, Cathy Speck, Jim O’Keefe, Elinor Armer, Bruce Gallaudet, Jason Fisk, Bob Dunning, Floyd Fenocchio, Dewey Halden, Marc Hicks, Eric Hoeprich, Rick Stromberg, Gina Ostini Miles, Bob Bowen, Lynne Yackzan and Theresa Hayes.

Nominations may be made beginning Jan. 1 on the DHS Blue & White Foundation website, dhsblueandwhite.org. Nomination forms also may be picked up at the DHS office, 315 W. 14th St., or mailed upon request. Paper nominations can be mailed to DHS Blue & White Foundation, Hall of Fame, P.O. Box 74288, Davis, CA 95617. The nomination process will close on March 15.

A selection committee will vote in the spring and the 2014 DHS Hall of Fame inductees will be announced at the Davis High School commencement ceremony in June.

A celebratory dinner honoring the inductees will take place Saturday, Sept. 13, in the ARC Ballroom on the UC Davis campus.

Enterprise staff

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  • Mike HenleJanuary 19, 2014 - 8:51 am

    How about Dave Whitmire, who played and coached at Davis High. Dave played at DHS in the 60's, where his coach, Bud Henle, called him one of the greatest players to ever play for him! Dave, later became head coach at DHS, when in 1988, his Blue Devils upset a highly favored Merced team to win the Section Title. Bobby Johnson, played football in the early 60's at DHS. He was one of coach Henle's finest players during his coaching years at DHS. Bobby, coached Junior Varsity football and other sports and DHS and later became Dave Whitmire's assistant coach for over twenty years. Ron Bryant, pitched at Davis High in the 60's. He was one of the top players in the area and was the greatest pitcher for Davis High. He later signed a contract to pitch for the San Francisco Giants. In 1973, Ron was named Player of the Year by the Sporting News by posting a record of 24-12 for the Giants. Fran McDermott, played football, basketball, track and baseball during his years at DHS. Fran graduated in 1977, and was the greatest athlete EVER to wear the Blue and White! He later attended St. Mary's College, where he starred on the football team and made Little All American honors. Fran, later played in the Canadian Football League for the Saskatchewan Rough Riders. I hope these four individuals are recognized for their accomplishments at Davis High and for their careers, by the Blue and White Foundation. Mike Henle, class of 1984 GO BLUE!

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