Alumni Office Announces 2015 Hall of Fame Inductees

The Alumni Office is proud to announce the 2015 Ranney School Hall of Fame Inductees, to be honored during Homecoming Weekend October 16-17.
The Alumni Office is proud to announce the 2015 Ranney School Hall of Fame Inductees. In conjunction with the Panther Athletic Hall of Fame Inductions, two new awards were added in 2014 to honor past students and teachers: The Distinguished Alumni Award and the Distinguished Faculty Award.
“Whether you are part of the first graduating class of 1965 who marched with just 11 students to receive the school’s first diplomas, or you graduated this past June as Ranney’s Class of 2015, all of our alums share a special bond and will always be a part of the Ranney community,” said Director of Alumni Relations Tom Moriau. “We very excited to be able to recognize our outstanding graduates and their teachers for their contributions to Ranney School and beyond.”
Induction ceremonies for the Hall of Fame will take place on Saturday, October 17, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. in RSPA Panther Hall on the Ranney School Campus.  The inductions are part of our annual Fall Festival and Alumni Reunion.  All alumni and friends are welcome to attend.

The 2015 Hall of Fame Inductees are:
Distinguished Alumni Award
Jeff Blumenkrantz, Class of 1982
John Andrews, Class of 1972
A’ndrea Van Schoick, Class of 1992
Distinguished Faculty Award
Russell G. Ranney (posthumously)                                                                
Ginny Schuler                          
Jack Yale (posthumously)
Laura Gillroy
Kate Greenberg
Ranney Panther Athletic Hall of Fame
Laura Smith, Class of 2007
Laura Church,  Class of 2010
Anna Rose Johnson, Class of 2008
In addition, the Alumni Office will honor the Class of 1965 on its 50th anniversary of graduating from Ranney School as part of the October 16-17 reunion weekend. We hope to see all our alumni there!

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