Warren County Public Schools will honor twelve outstanding individuals at its annual Hall of Distinguished Alumni ceremony on April 24, 2020. The event will take place at the Sloan Convention Center and will begin with a reception at 6:00 PM and the dinner to follow at 6:30. This ceremony brings the total number of inductees to ninety-four. This year’s representatives have an impressive list of accomplishments in business, medicine, military, education, law, sports, and entertainment.
The 2020 Class of the Hall of Distinguished Alumni:
Dr. Dan Branham (1959 Warren County High)- Morehead State University College of Education, Dean
Johnny Britt (1972 Warren East High School) - WKU Hilltopper Basketball All Century Team
Virginia Sue Donoho (1956 Alvaton High School) – Former CEO of Warren County Farm Service Agency
Dr. Jordan E. Ezekian (2004 Warren Central High School) - Pediatric Cardiology Fellow
Tori Evans Gerbig (2005 Warren Central High School) – Founder & CEO of Pink Lily
Dr. Jennifer Gray (1989 Warren Central High School) –Medical Director of Fairview Community Center
Gale Hudnall (1940 Richardsville High School) – Life-long Warren County Farmer
Charles A. Mosley (1961 Alvaton High School) –Former CEO of M&L Electric
Marcus D. Ray (1983 Warren Central High School) – President of Kentucky NAACP
Commander Karen J. Rector (1988 Warren East High School) - Command Chaplain NSSC
Sgt Major Chad Stackpole (1998 Warren East High School)– United States Army
Bobbie J. Whittaker (1971 Warren Central High School) - CEO of Benefits Resource Group
To purchase tickets for the Hall of Distinguished Alumni dinner and induction ceremony, please contact Toni Langevin at (270) 781-5150.