The Fairborn City Schools’ annual Hall of Honor program will be held on April 28, 2023 in the Fairborn High School auditorium at 7:00 p.m. The following individuals will be inducted into the Hall of Honor Class of 2023. Following the induction ceremony we welcome inductees and guests to a reception in the Fairborn High School commons. We welcome you to join us as we honor the accomplishments of the following:
Steven B. Edwards graduated in 1982 from Baker High School and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Broadcasting from the University of Cincinnati. He was employed at LexisNexis and NCR and is now Senior Vice President of Marketing at Winsupply Distributing Company in Dayton.
Edward L. Gibbons graduated from Livingston High School, earned a Bachelor of Arts from Cedarville College and a Master of Education from Wright State University. He was a teacher, principal and Director of Business Affairs, Personnel and Technology for Fairborn City Schools.
Linda Riney Haisley graduated in 1971 from Baker High School and holds a Certified Medical Assistant License. She is a Registered Electroencephalographic Technologist and has worked at
local medical facilities including Greene Memorial, Dayton Children’s and Kettering Hospitals.
Sean P. Kelly graduated in 1997 from Fairborn High School and earned a Bachelor of Music Education, a Master of Music and a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Conducting. He is the Associate Professor of Music and Director of Athletic Bands at North Central College in Naperville, Illinois.
Wendi Williams Kirsch graduated in 1975 from Baker High School and earned a Bachelor of Science in Education in Arizona. She was the GRADS Coordinator and teacher at Greene County Career Center and for sixteen years was the co-advisor of Fairborn High School’s Senior classes.
Glenn V. Oakley graduated in 1973 from Baker High School and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Montana. He is a free-lance writer and photographer and his work has been published in major magazines and books. He is also the producer of short films.
Colonel Roger “Tug” Thornberry (ret) graduated in 1960 from Fairborn High School and holds BS and MS degrees and is a graduate of the Army War College. He served 27 years of active duty in the Army with deployments in Korea and Vietnam and in the US Army Central Command.