Four County Career Center Holds Wall of Fame Induction

Wall of FameBy Jennifer Manlove – THE VILLAGE REPORTER

On Monday, October 21, Four County Career Center held their Wall of Fame Induction. There were a total of six graduates honored. The individuals that are chosen are former Four County graduates who have went on to be successful in their careers. They are a representation for the success of former and current students. This year was the 16th annual “Wall of Fame” awards program. The awards were presented during the annual advisory committee dinner.

Shelley Beck came to the Career Center from Montpelier High School and was enrolled in the Clerical Skills program. Ms. Beck graduated in 1978. Shelley is currently the Administrative Assistant at the American Cancer Society of the Florida Division. Ms. Beck resides in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Tracy Dopp enrolled at the Career Center from Stryker High School, she entered the Legal Secretarial program and graduated in 2001. She is employed as an Intervention Specialist at Four County Career Center and lives in Bryan. Deanna (Willeman) Pahl attended the Career Center from Napoleon High School and was a 1989 graduate from the Health Occupations program. Deanna is currently a Registered Dental Hygienist at Dental Excellence in Napoleon. Deanna lives in Holgate. Pamela Fisher-Richards joined the Career Center from Montpelier High School, and entered the High Skill Stenography program. She was a 1979 graduate. She is currently a community volunteer where she lives in Glendora, California. Stacy L. Sauber was a part of the Career Based Education Program and graduated from Fairview in 1990. Stacy currently is the Controller at Arrow Tru-Line in Archbold and lives in Defiance. Mathew Wieland attended the Career Center from Bryan High School. Mr. Wieland entered the Automotive Technologies program and was a 1991 graduate. He is currently the owner of Wieland’s Auto Repair in Bryan, where he also lives.

A plaque that includes a picture of each recipient will be placed in the main entrance at Four County Career Center. Nominations for the “Wall of Fame” are open to the public for those who attended the Career Center and based on the areas of contribution to the individuals career, education, and community. Four County Career Center is now accepting nominations for next year’s “Wall of Fame.” If you would like to nominate a former student please contact the school at 419-267-3331 for nomination forms. The forms are also available on the website.

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