Red Bank High School will hold its annual Hall of Fame Ceremony on Friday, at 9 a.m. at the school.
This ceremony honors graduates who have distinguished themselves in their areas of endeavor since leaving high school.
This year the school is proud to honor five of its own:
Donald Seagle, Class of 1958, will be honored for his work in water treatment. Mr. Seagle’s company, Water Environmental Consultants, has global markets for water treatment chemicals and technical services.
Randy Neville, Class of 1971, will be recognized for his contributions as a test pilot in the Navy and his current position as Boeing’s Chief Test Pilot.
Brenda Hafley, Class of 1981, will be posthumously honored for her career in the Chattanooga Police Force where she served as a sergeant for 25 years.
David Cook, Class of 1992, will be honored for his work as a columnist for the Chattanooga Times Free Press. Mr. Cook has been a winner of the Tennessee Press Association Award for his journalistic work, as well as being named a Marshall Memorial Fellow.
Brian Phillips, Class of 1995, will be inducted for his work as the Area Director of University Impact in Brisbane, Australia at the University of Queensland.
Red Bank High School is proud to celebrate the outstanding contributions made by these extraordinary individuals.