Hall of Honor welcomes 4 new members


Inducted into the Sidney City Schools Hall of Honor Friday, April 15 are, left to right, Bob Decker, of Sandusky, Marjorie Dunnavant, Kathy Lindsey and Charles Rhyan, all of Sidney. Decker has made a career of designing roller coasters. He currently does work for Cedar Fair. Dunnavant has spent 40 years working to improve Sidney City Schools a variety of ways such as being on the Parent Teacher Organization, the Sidney Board of Education and the Joint Vocational School Board. Lindsey was the first director at New Choices a shelter for victims of domestic abuse, she helped the Shelby County Juvenile Court establish the Court Appointed Special Advocate/Guardian Ad Litem program and she was the first director of Shelby County Victim Services. Rhyan was the athletic administrator and coach of all sports at Westmont High School, Rhyan was the building principal for Piqua City Schools, he was the Anna Local Schools superintendent and was a consultant for Fanning/Howey Architects helping them to run campaigns for new school facilities.

Inducted into the Sidney City Schools Hall of Honor Friday, April 15 are, left to right, Bob Decker, of Sandusky, Marjorie Dunnavant, Kathy Lindsey and Charles Rhyan, all of Sidney. Decker has made a career of designing roller coasters. He currently does work for Cedar Fair. Dunnavant has spent 40 years working to improve Sidney City Schools a variety of ways such as being on the Parent Teacher Organization, the Sidney Board of Education and the Joint Vocational School Board. Lindsey was the first director at New Choices a shelter for victims of domestic abuse, she helped the Shelby County Juvenile Court establish the Court Appointed Special Advocate/Guardian Ad Litem program and she was the first director of Shelby County Victim Services. Rhyan was the athletic administrator and coach of all sports at Westmont High School, Rhyan was the building principal for Piqua City Schools, he was the Anna Local Schools superintendent and was a consultant for Fanning/Howey Architects helping them to run campaigns for new school facilities.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Inducted into the Sidney City Schools Hall of Honor Friday, April 15 are, left to right, Bob Decker, of Sandusky, Marjorie Dunnavant, Kathy Lindsey and Charles Rhyan, all of Sidney. Decker has made a career of designing roller coasters. He currently does work for Cedar Fair. Dunnavant has spent 40 years working to improve Sidney City Schools a variety of ways such as being on the Parent Teacher Organization, the Sidney Board of Education and the Joint Vocational School Board. Lindsey was the first director at New Choices a shelter for victims of domestic abuse, she helped the Shelby County Juvenile Court establish the Court Appointed Special Advocate/Guardian Ad Litem program and she was the first director of Shelby County Victim Services. Rhyan was the athletic administrator and coach of all sports at Westmont High School, Rhyan was the building principal for Piqua City Schools, he was the Anna Local Schools superintendent and was a consultant for Fanning/Howey Architects helping them to run campaigns for new school facilities.

Inducted into the Sidney City Schools Hall of Honor Friday, April 15 are, left to right, Bob Decker, of Sandusky, Marjorie Dunnavant, Kathy Lindsey and Charles Rhyan, all of Sidney. Decker has made a career of designing roller coasters. He currently does work for Cedar Fair. Dunnavant has spent 40 years working to improve Sidney City Schools a variety of ways such as being on the Parent Teacher Organization, the Sidney Board of Education and the Joint Vocational School Board. Lindsey was the first director at New Choices a shelter for victims of domestic abuse, she helped the Shelby County Juvenile Court establish the Court Appointed Special Advocate/Guardian Ad Litem program and she was the first director of Shelby County Victim Services. Rhyan was the athletic administrator and coach of all sports at Westmont High School, Rhyan was the building principal for Piqua City Schools, he was the Anna Local Schools superintendent and was a consultant for Fanning/Howey Architects helping them to run campaigns for new school facilities.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/04/web1_SDN041816HallHonor.jpgInducted into the Sidney City Schools Hall of Honor Friday, April 15 are, left to right, Bob Decker, of Sandusky, Marjorie Dunnavant, Kathy Lindsey and Charles Rhyan, all of Sidney. Decker has made a career of designing roller coasters. He currently does work for Cedar Fair. Dunnavant has spent 40 years working to improve Sidney City Schools a variety of ways such as being on the Parent Teacher Organization, the Sidney Board of Education and the Joint Vocational School Board. Lindsey was the first director at New Choices a shelter for victims of domestic abuse, she helped the Shelby County Juvenile Court establish the Court Appointed Special Advocate/Guardian Ad Litem program and she was the first director of Shelby County Victim Services. Rhyan was the athletic administrator and coach of all sports at Westmont High School, Rhyan was the building principal for Piqua City Schools, he was the Anna Local Schools superintendent and was a consultant for Fanning/Howey Architects helping them to run campaigns for new school facilities. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News