Alumni Hall of Fame
The Plymouth High School Alumni Hall of Fame was created by the PHS Student Council in 2010 to honor individuals who have made a difference, who have achieved a high level of success, and who have given unselfishly to make their community a better place. The Hall of Fame gives PHS an opportunity to publicly acknowledge alumni for their contributions and to provide excellent role models for current students.
Nominees must have graduated from PHS at least 10 years ago. These distinguished alumni have made exceptional achievements in endeavors including, but not limited to, education, science and technology, business, literature, athletics, and public service.
New candidates may be nominated each spring. Those selected are announced during PHS Commencement Exercises in June and formally inducted during Homecoming in the fall.
Inductees to the Plymouth High School Hall of Fame
Keith Abler, Scott Richards
Ed Brinkman, David Peters
Stan Struve, April Doebert-Fischer
Ralph C. Stayer, Allen Nohl
Gary Gritt, Joel Dudley, Beau Hoopman
Darwin Blanke, Thomas Kestell, Lisa Jaster
Gilbert G. Gilman, Sharon (Blanke) Chappy, Roger Boeckmann
Luther F. Schriefer, David G. Wacker, Joan Vorpagel
James Hemauer, Nancy Blick Jusky, Bill Miller
Lou Gentine, Wayne Huberty, Laura Schwartz
Anthony Evers, Philip Krueger, Barbara (Koehler) Lavallee, Kathryn Schilling
Carol Edler Baumann, Kazuhiko Maekawa, Timm A Zimmermann
Learn more: Visit the PHS Alumni Hall of Fame webpage for more information, including bios of all members.