Hall of Fame
Inaugural Inductions 1982
Anthony DeMarco, Jr. (1962)
For 31 years, Tony was an art instructor and department chair in the Parma City Schools. Throughout his career he taught art, photography, film making, enameling and jewelry. He also represented his fellow teachers in the capacity of President of the Parma Education Association for seven terms. Tony is Parma Senior High School’s premier historian. Throughout his tenure with the Parma Senior High School Alumni Association, Tony has served as president of that organization as well as editor of the group’s newsletter. His tireless dedication to his Alma Mater has been instrumental to the organization’s success.
Lois Dychko Overbeck (1945)
A noted educator and supporter of the schools, Lois served for 23 Teachers Association, she was a life member of both the state and national associations, served as Ohio PTA president, was on the National PTA Board of Managers, and was president of the Ohio Congress of PTA.
Lynea Pollock (1974)
Lois enjoyed a very successful career as an Occupational Therapist. She served as Commander of American Legion Clifton Post 421.
Robert Quick (1959)
Robert was a distinguished educator with the Parma City Schools. In addition to being an outstanding classroom teacher, Robert served as Principal of Forest Elementary School.
Wendel Willman (1953)
Wendel was a social studies teacher at Parma Senior High School. He also was a practicing attorney. Wendel served on the Parma Board of Education and was very active in Parma community affairs.