Hall of Fame
Inaugural Inductions 2003
Kurt Liebert (1944)
Kurt was a researcher for NASA. He held a number of patents for inventing thermal barrier coatings. Kurt was a recipient of NASA’s Manned Flight Awareness Award and Industrial Research magazine’s IR 100 Award. He was active in the Parma Symphony and many other community activities. Kurt served as an Army Infantryman in World War II.
William M. Lynk (1975)
William is a genuine Renaissance man, achieving success in a vast array of venues. He was a vocal/choral director at Akron Firestone High School, ranked top school in the state of Ohio. He developed a music program at Detroit’s inner city Harms Elementary School where he was recognized as “Teacher of the Year”. William introduced superior music programs for under-privileged students at the Fine and Performing Arts Academy – West and Howe Elementary School. William has been successful in the modeling industry, dinner theater management, real estate and financial arenas. He is a Certified/Bonded locksmith, and has written two international books on the topic.
William D. Mason (1977)
Bill began his law career as an assistant prosecuting attorney for Cuyahoga County during which time he also served the city of Parma as councilman, Law Director, and Chief Prosecutor. He became involved in Ohio Democratic politics in 1993 and took office as Prosecutor for Cuyahoga County in 1999. He was re-elected in 2004 and 2008. He has served as Chairman of the Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. The United States Department of Justice awarded Bill the 2006 National Leadership Award, the first time the award was presented. Bill also co-wrote with Jack P. Desario a book titled: Dr. Sam Sheppard on Trial: Case Closed.
Barbara Kitchen Siegfried (1956)
Barbara enjoyed a distinguished forty-four year career as a high school educator. She taught Spanish and English, and served as cheer leader advisor, golf coach, and Future Teachers of America sponsor. Barbara was a member of Delta Kappa Gamma Honorary Teacher Sorority. She was a recipient of Outstanding Hoosier Educator recognition. Barbara was active in her church and the Purdue Alumni Association.