Hall of Honor inductees


Attending the 24th Annual Sidney City Schools Hall of Honor induction ceremony Friday, April 21 are, left to right, Todd McCormick, of Bellefontaine, and his sister Pam Scott, of Berlin Heights, who were accepting on behalf of their late father Ken McCormick, inductees Susan Russell, of El Cerrito, Ca., Tom Milligan, and Mick Given, both of Sidney. Ken McCormick taught at Sidney High School for 25 years during which time he coached among other school activites. He was named Teacher of the Year by SEA in 1992. He was an inspiration for many students. Susan Russell was a National Merit Scholar, editor of the school newspaper and the first girl to wear pants to school. She started her own marketing company, the Russell Mark Group, in northern California. Clients of her company include many big names from Silicon Valley and the Fortune 500. She was recently named volunteer of the year at her local YMCA. Tom Milligan is the CEO of Western Ohio Cut Stone. He has been a trustee at Edison State Community College since 1999. He has also done mission work through Presbyterian World Mission. Mick Given is the president of Ferguson Construction. He helped start Workforce Partnership which is teaching Shelby County students skills that make them employable. He was presented with the Chamber of Commerce Zenith award. He has helped numerous local entities such as the YMCA, Wilson health, Sidney City Schools and the Moose Lodge.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Attending the 24th Annual Sidney City Schools Hall of Honor induction ceremony Friday, April 21 are, left to right, Todd McCormick, of Bellefontaine, and his sister Pam Scott, of Berlin Heights, who were accepting on behalf of their late father Ken McCormick, inductees Susan Russell, of El Cerrito, Ca., Tom Milligan, and Mick Given, both of Sidney. Ken McCormick taught at Sidney High School for 25 years during which time he coached among other school activites. He was named Teacher of the Year by SEA in 1992. He was an inspiration for many students. Susan Russell was a National Merit Scholar, editor of the school newspaper and the first girl to wear pants to school. She started her own marketing company, the Russell Mark Group, in northern California. Clients of her company include many big names from Silicon Valley and the Fortune 500. She was recently named volunteer of the year at her local YMCA. Tom Milligan is the CEO of Western Ohio Cut Stone. He has been a trustee at Edison State Community College since 1999. He has also done mission work through Presbyterian World Mission. Mick Given is the president of Ferguson Construction. He helped start Workforce Partnership which is teaching Shelby County students skills that make them employable. He was presented with the Chamber of Commerce Zenith award. He has helped numerous local entities such as the YMCA, Wilson health, Sidney City Schools and the Moose Lodge.

Attending the 24th Annual Sidney City Schools Hall of Honor induction ceremony Friday, April 21 are, left to right, Todd McCormick, of Bellefontaine, and his sister Pam Scott, of Berlin Heights, who were accepting on behalf of their late father Ken McCormick, inductees Susan Russell, of El Cerrito, Ca., Tom Milligan, and Mick Given, both of Sidney. Ken McCormick taught at Sidney High School for 25 years during which time he coached among other school activites. He was named Teacher of the Year by SEA in 1992. He was an inspiration for many students. Susan Russell was a National Merit Scholar, editor of the school newspaper and the first girl to wear pants to school. She started her own marketing company, the Russell Mark Group, in northern California. Clients of her company include many big names from Silicon Valley and the Fortune 500. She was recently named volunteer of the year at her local YMCA. Tom Milligan is the CEO of Western Ohio Cut Stone. He has been a trustee at Edison State Community College since 1999. He has also done mission work through Presbyterian World Mission. Mick Given is the president of Ferguson Construction. He helped start Workforce Partnership which is teaching Shelby County students skills that make them employable. He was presented with the Chamber of Commerce Zenith award. He has helped numerous local entities such as the YMCA, Wilson health, Sidney City Schools and the Moose Lodge.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/04/web1_SDN042617HallHonor.jpgAttending the 24th Annual Sidney City Schools Hall of Honor induction ceremony Friday, April 21 are, left to right, Todd McCormick, of Bellefontaine, and his sister Pam Scott, of Berlin Heights, who were accepting on behalf of their late father Ken McCormick, inductees Susan Russell, of El Cerrito, Ca., Tom Milligan, and Mick Given, both of Sidney. Ken McCormick taught at Sidney High School for 25 years during which time he coached among other school activites. He was named Teacher of the Year by SEA in 1992. He was an inspiration for many students. Susan Russell was a National Merit Scholar, editor of the school newspaper and the first girl to wear pants to school. She started her own marketing company, the Russell Mark Group, in northern California. Clients of her company include many big names from Silicon Valley and the Fortune 500. She was recently named volunteer of the year at her local YMCA. Tom Milligan is the CEO of Western Ohio Cut Stone. He has been a trustee at Edison State Community College since 1999. He has also done mission work through Presbyterian World Mission. Mick Given is the president of Ferguson Construction. He helped start Workforce Partnership which is teaching Shelby County students skills that make them employable. He was presented with the Chamber of Commerce Zenith award. He has helped numerous local entities such as the YMCA, Wilson health, Sidney City Schools and the Moose Lodge. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News