Wall of Honor Program
The Unionville-Chadds Ford School District Wall of Honor Program: To perpetuate our tradition of excellence and inspire current students, outstanding alumni are selected annually for Wall of Honor recognition. The purpose of this prestigious award is to recognize Unionville-Chadds Ford School District alumni for their lifetime achievements.
The Unionville-Chadds Ford School District values the contributions its alumni make to the world after graduation. Beginning in the 2018-19 school year, the Superintendent’s office and District Communications will manage the Wall of Honor (WOH) recognition process. Anyone can nominate a candidate for WOH recognition, during a Spring nomination period. A nominating committee, appointed to a one-year term by the superintendent, and comprised of representatives from the district and community will review the nominations and narrow them down to a reasonable number (6-8), while a voting committee will determine the winners (2-3) from the nominations. WOH winners will receive year-round recognition on an actual wall at the high school and in-person recognition during Homecoming weekend.Click here for more details. - Wall of Honor Process
Bernard Baily, Class of 1973 - Dairy Farmer
David Scott (deceased) - Class of 1991 - United States Navy Seal
Tom Simpers, Class of 1960 - Simpers Insurance and Financial Agency
Bayard Victor Taylor, Class of 1957 - Marine Corp. Officer, rancher, and businessman
Samuel Stone Wilson (deceased) - Class of 1950
2013 HonoreesThomas A. Cloud, Sr. (Class of 1963), Law Enforcement Officer, Investigator, Veteran
Mary (Larkin) Dugan (Class of 1952), Educator, Author, Community Volunteer
Douglass L. Jackson, Jr. (Class of 1978), Dentist, Educator, Advocate
Robert G. Struble, Jr. (Class of 1961), Conservationist, Scientist, Educator
Robert F. Weer, Sr. (Class of 1953), Public Servant, Community Volunteer, Veteran
Cleopatra Andreadis,TV Producer, Class of 2002
Becky Baily, Dairy Farmer, Class of 2006
Allen K. Forssmark, Electrician and Volunteer, Class of 1971
Karl J. Kuerner, Artist, Class of 1974
Paula (Francisco) Ott, Judge, Class of 1968
Ralph Burton, Chief of Police, West Whiteland Township, Class of 1962
Robert McDonough, US Army Helicopter Pilot, Class of 2002
Amanda McGrory, Athlete, Class of 2004
Doug Mooberry, Craftsman, Class of 1978
James Spellman, Surgeon, Class of 1972
Chris Barber, Journalist, Class of 1961
Susan (Charsha) Beach, Administrative Assistant, Class of 1960
Fredrick May, Gardener, Class of 1929
Kate Barber, 1994, Olympic Athlete
Charles Brosius, 1948, Agriculturist, Business Leader
Janet Dadds, 1968, Educator
Tom Musser, 1952, Business Leader
Criteria for Nomination to the Wall of Honor:
- Candidates must be Unionville-Chadds Ford School District graduates
- Must have graduated at least 5 years prior to the nomination
- Models high standards of excellence in personal and/or professional life.
- must have attained a high level of achievement in at least one of the following areas:
- personal and/or professional life
- community/humanitarian service
- lifelong commitment to educational excellence.
How are honorees selected?
A committee of Unionville-Chadds Ford School District community members will select outstanding graduates annually.
Is there a deadline?
Nominations are made annually on a schedule to be established by the Wall of Honor Committee
When did this project begin?
The first class of honorees was inducted in November 2008.
Is there an actual wall?
A wall of plaques honoring each inductee is located in the lobby of Unionville High School.
Alumni, staff and the community may nominate candidates using the form below.
Nominations are open until May 11, 2018.
Nominees will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, creed, religion, sex, nationality, disability, economic status or marital status. The award may be bestowed posthumously. The Unionville-Chadds Ford School District Wall of Honor Committee retains the right to remove names from the Wall of Honor