2020 Press release

Saint Peter Public Schools seeking Hall of Fame nominees

Nominees are being sought for the Saint Peter Public Schools’ Hall of Fame’s class of 2020, which will be inducted as part of the All-School Reunion during this summer’s July 4th weekend.

The Saint Peter Public School Board of Education established a Hall of Fame to honor outstanding individuals who have earned significant distinction or achievement in their chosen field or volunteer endeavors.

To qualify for nomination, the nominee must be an alumni of Saint Peter Public Schools having attending twenty (20) years prior to induction, or a retired staff of faculty member having served for a minimum of ten (10) years who has made an impact on the lives of District 508 students.

The Saint Peter Education Foundation is a co-sponsor of the Hall of Fame program.

Nominations for the class of 2020 will be received until February 28, 2020. Please consider nominating a deserving individual for the Saint Peter High School Hall of Fame. Nomination forms can be found by clicking HERE!


SPHS HALL OF FAME MEMBERS (2008 - PRESENT)

CLASS OF 2008
Gen. William H. Nutter - (Class of 1920)
William Wettergren - (1932)
Lyle Pearson - (1938)
Sam Gault - (1948)
John Annexstad - (1950)
James McPherson - (1954)
Al Annexstad - (1959)
Mark Davis - (1959)
Richard Stippel - (1960)
Vicki Davis - (1967)
William Brekke - (1969)
William Harvey - (Faculty 1959-1993)

CLASS OF 2010
Carl Schmidt - (1921)
Bob Wettergren - (1938)
Jack Dranttel - (1959)
Stuart Johnson - (1957)
Don Nesheim - (Faculty 1959-1989)

CLASS OF 2012
Bill Pell - (1957)
Marty Davis - (1983)
Sushil Keswani - (1985)

CLASS OF 2014
Martin Menk (1941)
Steve Neils (1969)
Edward Drenttel (1977)
Eunice Amos (Faculty 1975-95)
Fran Braunger (Faculty 1963-92)
Rosemary Mickelson (Faculty 1964-90)

CLASS OF 2016
Dr. Don Olmanson (1949)
John Lager (1958)
Gayle Hanson Olson(1973)
Dr. Jennipher Wiebold (1987)
Gil Carlson - (Administrator 1978-2003)

CLASS OF 2018
Howard Hermel (1940)
Bob Lambert (1963)
Mary Pettis (1971)
Lester Hillger (Faculty/Admin. 1948-1970)