Soddy Daisy High School Alumni Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony Set For March 1

Friday, February 15, 2019

Soddy Daisy High School will hold its Alumni Hall of Fame induction ceremony at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, March 1, in the Soddy Daisy High School gymnasium.

The purpose of the Alumni Hall of Fame is to give SDHS students the opportunity to catch a vision for success in their own lives by learning about the accomplishments of SDHS alumni.  To this purpose, alumni will be recognized who have made the greatest contributions to our school, our community, the nation or the world.  The inaugural event was held March 6, 2009.  2019 marks the 11th class to be inducted, and 83 alumni have been recognized prior to this year’s program.  This is Soddy Daisy High School’s 82nd year of existence, and there are approximately 18,000 graduates to date.  

Hall of Fame Inductees
Class of 2019

1. Don Myers - 1953    Founder of “Tim Neighbors Classic”. Hixson, TN

2. John Flynn - 1958    Chemist, Thermal Analysis, with a passion for the next generation. Wilmington, DE     

3. Jerry Howell - 1964    Captain US Navy 41 years, World Champion Boxer. Evensville, TN

4. Jeff Jenkins - 1981    Mechanical Engineer, president of Jenkins Masonry Co. Soddy Daisy, TN.

5. Travis Copley - 1994    Tennessee Vols Baseball, Cincinnati Reds Major League Baseball Organization, V.P. Marketing Manager for Old Hickory Bats Company. Franklin, TN

The public is invited to attend.


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