Hall of Fame Award

Each year, one or more person/s are inducted into the Edison High School Hall of Fame at an event which consists of testimonials and awards which convey the merit of the contribution the inductees have made to the high school. Friends, family, and other community members gather to take part in the evening and witness the awards presented to the inductees. The awards consists of two plaques; one of which is retained by the inductee, the other which is permanently displayed in the Edison High School Gymnasium.

Linking the Past to the Present was the idea behind combining the Edison High School Sports Banquet and honoring E.C.S.F. alumni Hall Of Fame Award Winners.

To nominate an alumni for the Edison Hall of Fame you may download an application or you may request an application in writing to the
Edison Community Sports Foundation
PO Box 68032
Minneapolis, MN  55418

Applications are due each year by February 1st.

All applications and questions should be directed to John Banisky, (651) 285-3618, edisonhof@gmail.com.

Past ESCF Hall of Fame Recipients


Two athletes and a team were inducted into the Edison Hall of Fame at the induction dinner held October 16th. A small but enthusiastic group welcomed Lowell Mielke (65), Tim Schnieder (76), and the baseball team from 1979 into the hall as its newest inductees.  Championship teams from 1977 were honored in the sports of football, girls and boys swimming, wrestling, boys skiing and boys’ gymnastics.

2023 HOF
2023 Hall of Fame Inductees

Lowel Mielke, Class of 1965

Lowel Mielke spent 3 years at Edison High school. In those 3 years he was a member of three organizations: The Order of DeMolay, The Senior Boy Scouts of America, and the Hall Monitors. In his 3 years at Edison High School, he earned 8 letters in 3 sports, 2 letters his Junior and senior years in football and was co-captain his senior year. The awards in football were earned his senior year. Lowel also earned a Sports Award for Minneapolis City Lineman of the Lineman of the week September 25, 1964. He was voted Minneapolis City Most Valuable Football Player of Edison 1964 by my teammates and was selected a member to the Minneapolis All-City Football Team by WCCO and was also selected to the WCCO All State Football Team. In addition to these awards, he received The National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete Award of the Minneapolis Chapter of the National Football Foundation. Mielke received the Ray Perkins Award. The last award he was given was a full football scholarship to play football for the University of Minnesota where he played 3 years of Hockey and lettered all 3. He was team captain senior year and elected to WCCO Minneapolis All-City Hockey Team. The last sport played was track and field and on the team 3 years, lettering all 3 years. His biggest achievement were medals received at the all-city track meet at the end of the year. At that time there were 11 high schools in the City of Minneapolis. He earned a 3rd place medal in the high hurdles and 3rd place medal in the low hurdles and a 3rd place medal in the shotput. None of these achievements would have been possible without the fantastic team members he played with and the best coaching staff in the city. Pete, Woody, Dave and Mr. Parsons. When attending the University of Minnesota, Lowel played football and received a letter sweater his first year. He also played hockey and received a letter sweater. While attending the University of Minnesota, he met his wife of 55 years and were married in 1968 and moved to Mankato.  There he started working at ADM. They have three wonderful children. Mielke joined the Army Reserves in 1969 and in 1971 attended OCS at Fort Benning Georgia and commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the Army Reserves. He reached the rank of 1st Lieutenant before being honorably discharged in 1982. Then, worked for Archer Daniels Midland Company for 37.2 years and was the maintenance superintendent for ADM West Plant in Decatur Illinois. In that time period he coached several different hockey team levels:  mini-mites, squirts, bantams and midgets. The most enjoyable time was with the mini-mites. Lowel played hockey until the age of 60 and was also an avid skeet, trap and sporting clays shooter and is a life member of the National Skeet Shooting Association, a life member of Pheasants Forever, a Life Benefactor of the National Rifle Association, a life Member of Bassmaster, a member of Ducks Unlimited, a member of the American Legion Post 46 for 23 years, a member of The Elks for 11 years and a present member of Tarpon Springs BPOE 1719. He has held several positions in local government as a council member in three different cities: Eagle Lake Mn, Forsyth Il and Kimberling City MO. Today he still dabbles in politics as board director for their Condominium Association Windrush North II Tarpon Springs FL

Tim Schneider Class of 1976

Tim Schneider, class of 1976, was a 4-year letter winner in swimming and diving. He captained the team along with Teammates David Krepis, Jay Johnson, and Tom Anderson. He competed in the State Championships for 3 years and was a bronze medalist in the 50-freestyle sprint as a senior and state AAU champion. At St. Olaf College he captained the team and helped the Oles achieve its first of many MIAC championships and was a conference champion in the 100-yard backstroke and competed in 3 NCAA championships. After college, he entered Mayo Medical School then Johns Hopkins for an ophthalmology residency, and finally a fellowship in Cornea and Anterior Segment Surgery. He is currently in private practice in Jacksonville Florida and serves as the chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board for Three International. He is active in Volunteers in Medicine in Jacksonville, serves as an advisor for the Ponte Vedra Beach Concert Hall, and is active in The Church of Eleven 22, fulfilling his love of God, community, and music. He is grateful for the community of Northeast Minneapolis, and the coaches and teachers that motivated him to achieve and aspire to faster times not only in the pool but in the realm of academics. Coach Steven Hirsch, Coach Pat O’Keefe, and teachers Mike Minema, Mel Pibal, Dr. Bates, Mike Doyle, and Roger Harmon will always be his heroes.

1979 Baseball Team

The 1979 baseball team continued the winning tradition at Edison by winning the 8th title in 9 years. They completed city play with a 10-2 conference record. They were co-champions with Washburn. In 12 conference games, the average score for those games was 9-3 in Edison’s favor. The Tommies had a winning combination of good hitting, solid defense and great pitching. In the region tournament, Edison won games against North 13-3, Henry 10-6, and Brooklyn Center 3-2. They played Fridley for the Region 5 championship. In a close game, the Tommies defeated Fridley 3-2 to move on to the State Tournament. Key players for the Tommies included pitchers; Pat PetKey players for the Tommies included pitchers; Pat Petrowitz (6-1), Tom Kazrowski (4-0) and Blaine Wakaruk (1.88 ERA). The hitting leaders were Tom Jaremko (.400), Jim Wentland (.377), and Jim Burns (.344)

Circle of Champions

1977 Football – The football team completed a city championship campaign(9-1) by going undefeated during the regular season. Their loss was in the Twin City game against St. Paul Johnson. Highlight victories were against Apple Valley and a one point victory over rival Washburn. Tim Femrite was an all-state selection Boys Swimming – The Tommies finished second in the city during the dual meet schedule but rallied to take first in the conference meet by winning 8 of the 11 events. The team finished third in the region meet and qualified 4 swimmers to the state meet. Girls Swimming – The girls swim team won the city conference title this year with Margaret Brandes. Lisa Harstad, and Judy Johnson being top performers. Judy and Lisa qualified for the state meet. Boys Gymnastics – The squad won a piece of the title for the second consecutive year. Jim McNeal, Rich Rorem, Parry Rawlings and Bill Macko were top performers. Wrestling – The team won the city Title and 6 wrestlers were selected to the all-city team. With many underclassmen, the team was led by seniors Mike Neeb and Scott Masica. Boys Skiing – The Tommies were the undefeated conference champs and city meet champions. The Jumping squad also won the District III title and finished third in the state meet. Bob Maxwell repeated as District III champion.

Boys Swimming–The Tommies finished second in the city during the dual meet schedule but rallied to take first in the conference meet by winning eight of the 11 events. The team finished third in the region meet and qualified four swimmers to the state meet. 

Girls Swimming–The girls swim team won the city conference title this year with Margaret Brandes. Lisa Harstad, and Judy Johnson being top performers. Judy and Lisa qualified for the state meet. 

Boys Gymnastics-The squad won a piece of the title for the second consecutive year. Jim McNeal, Rich Rorem, Parry Rawlings and Bill Macko were top performers. 

Wrestling–The team won the city Title and six wrestlers were selected to the all-city team. With many underclassmen, the team was led by seniors Mike Neeb and Scott Masica. 

Boys Skiing–The Tommies were the undefeated conference champs and city meet champions. The Jumping squad also won the District III title and finished third in the state meet. Bob Maxwell repeated as District III champion.


Dan Susick (1972)

Dan was a four-year participant in wrestling and golf and earned three letters in each sport. As a senior, Dan was a team captain and all-city selection in each sport. The Tommie’s won three wrestling titles and two golf titles during his years at Edison. In golf, Dan was undefeated in match play for three seasons beating every school’s number one golfer during his senior year.

Dawn Ginnaty (1976)

Dawn competed in four sports at Edison earning an amazing 11 varsity letters. During her sophomore year, basketball became a varsity sport. With doubles partner, Michelle McCabe, they qualified for the state tennis tournament in 1975. Dawn excelled in golf at Edison and that carried over to Winona State where she participated in golf and basketball.  Working as an educator and coach after college, Dawn was able to work on her golf skills.  This led to winning the Minnesota Women’s PGA golf title four consecutive years, 1983-1986.  Dawn played professional golf for four years on the Futures Tour

Steve Carlson (1978)

Steve participated in track (4) and basketball (3) receiving five varsity letters and eight medals in competition. He was a team captain in basketball his senior year. In track as a junior high jumper, Steve placed 2nd in the city and region meet qualifying for state where he placed 7th. As a senior, Steve set the school, city, and region record in high jump (6’7 ¼”). He placed 4th in the state meet. After high school, Steve attended the U.S. Coast Guard Academy where he continued playing basketball and track.  Steve has given back to students by teaching and coaching at the USCGA.  Steve served in the Coast Guard for 24 years achieving the rank of Captain.

Chris Aarseth (1993)

Chris was a 2-year swim team captain and selected as the teams’ most valuable player twice.  He was selected to the all-city team all four years and holds Edison school records in the 200 and 500 freestyle events.  In 1994 after high school, Chris became a swim coach at Edison and currently coaches the Minneapolis city conference team. Chris has been selected a Minnesota and national swim coach of the year. Chris has coached 70 all city, 22 all state, and five all American swimmers in his coaching career.

Pom Tom Dance Line 1975

The 1975 squad started with 10 new members joining and two returning team members. The team practiced all summer getting in shape and developing routines to perform during the various team sporting events during the school year. They did their own fundraising, designed and sewed their own costumes, developed their own original work without direct adult mentorship, which would be unheard of in today’s world. Mr. Mel Pibal was the faculty advisor, but had limited dance line experience, although he provided great leadership and friendship to the team which aided their success.

Spring 1975 was the first year of a formal Minnesota State High School Dance line Competition. 32 teams performed in the preliminary round. Fifteen teams advanced to finals that evening where trophies would be given to the top four. Edison placed fourth in the competition with an asterisk.  All of the other 15 teams had dance lines consisting of 24 members.  Having more members allowed teams to incorporate more intricate formations which would impact the scoring totals received from the judges.  Because of this, the team felt that the fourth place finish was a first  place finish in a yet to be defined division. The state competition now has divisions for small and large teams.

Seven of the twelve women along with Mr. Pibel were at the induction ceremony renewing their enduring friendships.  Many pointed out that the life skills learned and friendships gained were worth more than the trophy won.


Due to the Corona Virus Outbreak, the dinner was postponed in 2020 and honorees recognized in 2021.

Annliv Bacon (1960), Mike Sedio (1971), Kevin (yogi) Hanzlik (1972) and Denny McGowen (Staff) will be the individual inductees.  Championship teams from 1972, 1973, and 1974 will be honored into the Circle of Champions.

AnnLiv Bacon (1960) AnnLiv went to Edison During a time when girls sports competition was limited. She lettered in swimming, tennis, and badminton.  There were no all city selections and AnnLiv does not remember any city meet competitions being held.  After high school, AnnLiv attended St Olaf college and graduated with a BS degree in Nursing.  At age 72, AnnLiv started swimming in master’s level competitions.  She has placed in the top ten in individual events at national meets and has been on two relay teams that have finished as high as fourth in the world.  She continues to swim competitively today.

Kevin “Yogi” Hanzlik (1972) Yogi was a five-time letter winner at Edison and selected to the all-city team in both sports.  In basketball he was selected to the WCCO weekly all state team three times.  Playing catcher on the baseball team Edison won a city title with a 9-1 record.  Yogi was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 1972 draft but opted not to sign a contract and instead went to Saint Cloud State University where he played for four years and was selected team captain his senior year. Yogi graduated from St. Cloud with a BS degree in Education. He was an English teacher for 36 years, 33 of those years in Rosemount, where he also coached baseball and basketball.  He is the 3rd Hanzlik to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. 

Dennis McGowan (Staff -1983-2003) Denny was hired at Edison as a security staff and soon started to help the athletic program. He started as a member of the football chain gang and after a retirement moved to become the athletic equipment manager.  He was an assistant baseball coach for 10 years and handled announcing responsibilities at Edison for fall and winter sports events.  By the many hats that he wore at Edison, Denny became a reliable and beloved staff member that helped coaches and student athletes succeed both on and off the field.

Michael Sedio (1971) Mike was a three-time letter winner in Track and was selected co-captain in his senior year.  As a nine-time medalist in city meets, Mike was involved in setting many school records as an individual and relay team member.  As a junior, Mike anchored a mile relay team that set a school record of 3:29.  As a senior Mike won the 440-yard dash and came in second in the 220-yard dash which both qualified him for the state meet. Edison school records individually held by Mike include the 220-yard dash (22.8 seconds), and the 440-yard dash (49.8 seconds).  Mike was given his induction a few weeks early at his 50-year class reunion which was appreciated by all in attendance. 

Circle of Champions

Championship teams from 1972-74 were honored at this year’s Hall of Fame Dinner.  Special recognition was given to the 1971-72 football team who at 9-0-1 was the last undefeated team at Edison. Championship teams by year:

1972 – Wrestling, Skiing, Baseball, Danceline (state champs)

1973 – Wrestling, Girls Golf

1974 – Football, Wrestling, Baseball, Girls Golf


Hall of Fame Dinner November 8, 2019 to Honor Ron Solberg and Joe Hanzlik

Joe Hanzlik (1970), Baseball/Basketball

Joe participated in baseball and basketball all three years at Edison. Joe played varsity and lettered two years in baseball and two years in basketball. Joe was a captain in Basketball and was an All-City selection in Basketball and Baseball in his senior year. During his senior season in baseball, Joe threw 2 complete game no-hitters helping the Tommies to a Twin City and District title. Joe was drafted by the Minnesota Twins and played in their organization from 1970-1974. In 1972 he set a Western Carolina league record by striking out 19 batters in a 9 inning, complete game start which is still a record to date for all minor league teams for a 9-inning game. He also was a player of the month and made the All-Star team that year.

Ron Solberg (1964) Swimming

Ron participated and lettered in swimming all three years at Edison. During his Sophomore year he was a city and district champion in the 200 yard Individual medley. As a Junior he won the city and district meets in the 200 yard individual medley and the 100 yard Backstroke. In his senior season, Ron helped anchor the 400 yard Freestyle Relay to a 1st place finish at the city meet and the team set a record at the District meet. Ron’s winning times allowed him to participate in 3 state meets as an individual and relay team member.

Circle of Champions (1970 & 1971)

Players on championship teams from 1970 (Wrestling, Skiing, Tennis, Golf, Baseball) and 1971 (Wrestling, Skiing, Tennis, Golf) were honored at the dinner.  Athletes from the ski teams, wrestling and baseball received a certificate with their team picture from the yearbook.  Some teammates had not seen each other for over 30 years, which is one of the main reasons for promoting this recognition of team success. As much as other schools in the district like to brag of their school’s success, Edison quietly won over 25% of the championships during the decade of the 1970’s.  The next hall of fame event will honor championship teams


Hall of Fame Dinner November 11, 2018 to Honor Champions from 1950’s and 60’s

This year’s Hall of Fame Dinner saw some changes to the program.  For the first time, two athletes entered the hall as tennis doubles partners.  Tim Grivna and Mike Mogen (1968) were undefeated in doubles for two seasons during ’67 and ’68 tennis seasons and were a key part in the team winning back to back city and district titles.  Charlie Kangas (1968) a three sport athlete, excelled in tennis and as a two year starter in football and Basketball.   Mar Jung (2002) will be entering the Hall of Fame as a 3-Time conference meet Champion in Cross Country.

2018 ECSF Hall of Fame

2017 inductees into the Edison Hall of Fame!

Kia Xiong, 2004
Darrin Johnson, 1995
Tim Dziedzic, 1986

2017 ECSF Hall of Fame

2016 inductees into the Edison Hall of Fame!
Mark Drabczak (86)
Terrance Young (00)
Erica Rhodes (06)


2015 HOF Honorees
Mike Hood
Nathaniel Beulah
Gerry Wall
Gary Peterson


At its March 2014 meeting, two new members were elected into the Edison Community & Sports Foundations’s Hall of Fame.  They were honored and inducted into the HOF at EHS October 2014.


Mark Simmonds (Right) class of 2000
Kurt Dybdah (Left) class of 2001

2014 ECSF Hall of Fame


Football: 10-12th grade (Varsity) Letters 2: MVP 1958
Hockey 10-12th (Varsity) Letters 3; captain 1958-59
Track 9th-12th (Varsity) Letters 4; Captain 1959
Ray Parkins Award Recipient
Taught Technology Ed. and Coached for 29 years, many State participants and Champions.

Football: Team Captain, 2 Year Letter Starter. All Conference, All Metro Team. Played in 1985 MN High School All Star Game. 3 Year State Tournament Participant. Star & Tribune Pre-Season Top 100.
College of St. Thomas Football 3 year Letterman;
2 year starter. Honorable Mention All Conference.

2013 ECSF Hall of Fame

2012 Inductees Are Mike Shupien, class of 1978,  Laura Robillard, class of 1984, and former teacher and coach, Art Maillet.

To earn this distinction, each inductee had to go through a preliminary selection held during the February meeting during which all of the nominated candidates were discussed.  Ten finalists for consideration were advanced to the final selection process.  During the selection process, a candidate had to receive 70% of the votes cast to attain selection to the HOF.


At its March 2011 meeting, three new members were elected into the Edison Community & Sports Foundations’s Hall of Fame.  They will be honored and inducted into the HOF during the Edison spring athletic banquet on May 20, 2011. 

This year’s inductees are Tom Ashley, class of 65,  Pam Schwartz, class of 78, and Dave Kalina, class of 68. 

To earn this distinction, each inductee had to go through a preliminary selection held during the February meeting during which all of the nominated candidates were discussed.  Ten finalists for consideration were advanced to the final selection process.  During the selection process, a candidate had to receive 70% of the votes cast to attain selection to the HOF.

Tom Ashley was a standout athlete at Edison.  He led the basketball team to the city championship in 1965.  Tom was team captain and voted MVP.  He also was elected to the All City team in 1964 and 1965.  Tom continued his basketball career at the University of Minnesota.  Additionally Tom has won several amateur golf championships.  An Edison alum stated that in the history of Edison basketball, “Only Tony Jaros (who went on to play for the Minneapolis Lakers) may have been a better basketball player.”  Tom is described as “a great leader, great student, great person.”  He worked as an executive at General Mills for many years.

Dave Kalina has an impressive athletic history.  He was an outstanding skier: member of the 1968 City Conference, City Slalom, and City Cross-country champion teams.  Dave was a 3 year letter winner and co-captain.  He won 1st place in the 68 City Slalom and placed in the State Slalom.  Davi also lettered in golf at Edison.  He continues to ski and has won multiple awards from 21 years of participation in league ski racing, including winning 1st place in the 2008 NASTAR ski championship for his age group (55-59).  Additionally, Dave has completed 40 marathons.  Dave is the CEO/co-founder of Dynamic Group (90 employees, precision molds & moldings).

Pam Schwartz graduated in 78 with stellar athletic accomplishments:  all conference in volleyball in 76, 77, 78; all conference in basketball in 76, 77, 78; all city in track and field, 78.  Pam continued her record of achievement after graduating with winning the National Tournament Class AA Home Run Championship in 1990 and the National Tournament Class AA Batting Champion in 1996.  Pam was named to the National Tournament All American team on 6 different years.  That’s just a partial list of Pam’s athletic accomplishments.  Pam was offered scholarships at the University of Denver and the University of Iowa.  She chose to attend Dunwoody and received a degree for Auto Mechanics.  After a few years, Pam changed trades and became an electrician.  She has worked for the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation for the last 25 years.  Laura Pilon (Kuchinski), who herself is a HOF member, said; “ Pam always set a good example for fellow teammates.  Pam had a great calming effect on everyone and was a great leader on the court or playing field”

2011 Inductees were recognized on Friday evening May 20th at Edison High School. 


May 2010 Edison High School Sports Banquet
and Edison Community & Sports Foundation Hall of Fame Event

2010 ECSF Hall of Fame
2010 ECSF Hall of Fame
2010 ECSF Hall of Fame
2000 – 2008


Devito, Pat-1987, Hollander, John-1924, Jaremko, Tom-1980, Kocisak, Bill-1971, Wilson, Gary-1954, Wos, Tom-1957


Dovenmuehler, Scott-1972, Dziedzic, Joe-1990, Gliniany, Terry-1971, Horn, Ken-1926, Moore, Dave-1964-1991, Petrowitz, Kevin-1974


Brandes, Paul-1975, Carr, Jim 1973, Staff 1977- 1992, Mayer, Phil-1934, Newstrom, Dean-1983, Tapsak, Pete-1943


Anderson, Bob-1945, Herlofsky, Derek-1990, 1-lowarcl, Nick-1978, Larson, Earl-1977-1992, Miklowski, Netrea Davis-1992


Erpelding, Art-1940, Frovik, Terry-1963, Gemlo, Chris-1983, Hicks, Raylen-1992, Lubinski, Joe-1979, Pyka, John-1974, Walters, Yvonne-1966


Nordin, Bruce-1949, Petrowitz, Dan-1975, Schullo, Tony-1976, Tinsen, Randy-1969, Van Slooten (Johson), Judy-1977, Wentlalnd, James-1979


Crocker, Dan-1959, Gallus, Bruce-1969, Lubrecht, Arnie-1959, Olson, Swede-1951, Streeter, Bill-1967, Wakaruk, Shaun-1975


Tetzman, Bruce-1956, Bruins, Glen Earl “Red” Lyons-1955


Howard, Joe-1973, Jaros, Jim-1965, Kuchinski, Laura-1978, Karkula, Bruce-1966

1990 – 1999


Boutsuoukos, Sophie-1958- 1988, Chorske, Bill-1954, Dank, Dick-1950, Kalina, Harold-1946, Lawman, Larry-1948, Turgeon, LuVeme-1932, Walters, Dick


Brethorst, Kathy-1980, Gliniany, Jim-1974, Johnson, Woody-1953-1982, Landberg, Al-1953, Sodd, Joe-1940


Bishop, Henry-1937, Faber, Pat-1979, Hollom, Bill-1947, Kalina, Julie-1981, Mahoney, Tom-1945, Roff, Dan-1978, Solz, Art-1955


Burkland, Liz-1957, Eskola, Rick-1937, Hermann, Fred-1931, Keuser, Dick-1949, Lindahl, Lee-1973, Zurbey, Laurie-1975


Berglund, Roger-1943, Bowman, Peggy-1974, Kottom, Jim-1984-1984, Moritko, Jeff-1980, Puchtel, Ed-1940, Subak, Steve-1929, Urista, Len-1937


Anderson, Jim-1972-1985, Biernat, John-1937, Corniellier, Mike-1964, Dunn, Earl-1927, Kuduk, Edward-1949, Mastro, Gary-1957, Seawell, Dan-1975


Brandes, Margaret-1977, Cielusak, Mike-1924, Holewa, Joe-1941, Trymucha, Matt 1936


Bordwell, Tom-1974, Burns, John-1973, Keene, Bud-1924, Lundeen, Vince-1935, Pearson, Chuck-1956, Rebuski, Diane-1975, Serie, Tom-1984, Wasilak, John-1969


Anderson, Tony-1984, Doyle, Mike-1967-1995, Edwards, Walt-1944, Harvilak, Bob-1970, Kiner, Mary Jane-1944, Kuduk, John-1975, Reiners, John-1963


Brandes, Steve-1974, Daly, Delver-1937, Geankopol, Tom-1958-1988, Janowiec, Vivian-1942, Kondrak, Jerry-1958, Miller, Ray-1958

1983 – 1989


Pete Guzy, 1935-1971


Curry, Helen 1927-1957, Dziedzic, Walter-1950, Kresowski, Dom-1933, Jaros, Tony-1940, Mikulak, Mike-1930, Mitchell, Jerry-1947, Nash, Butch-1934, Simso, Artie-1925, Tonnemaker, Clayton-1945, Warhol, Willie-1937


Carlson, Don-1937, Ecklund, Janet-1955, Jazsewski, Floyd-1945, Lopata, Louie I-1935, 1941-1977, Mernick-Joe 1938, Mitchell, Paul 1939, Parkins, Ray 1924-1942, Rog, Frank 1950, Rolek, Marty-1950


Miller, Harry-1922- 1954, Nelson, Hub-1925, Petroske, Ray-1929, Slettehaugh, Tom-1943, Vanusek, Lefty-1929, Walters, Charley-1965 Wojciak, Ron 1961


Hansen, Gene 1957, Kossart, Ed-1924, Misencik, Sam-1930, Parsons, Guil-1938, 1951-1980, Sadler, Harry 1927, Wang, Donna 1948, Warvan Don,1944, Brethorst, Kathy-1980, Gliniany, Jim 1974


Alberico, Dick-1952, Courtney, Wayne-1927, Johnston, Jimmy-1946, Kirberger, Ken-1948, Kowalski, Wally-1945, Lundell, Wilber-1925, Madden, Wendy-1973, Perfetti, Mike-1969, Schulz, Niles-1966-1985, Wiberg, Bill-1972


Coutier, Jerry-1950, Dillon Dave-1946, Ferrara, Tommy-1943, Hanzlik, Sue-1976, Liemohn, Ben-1932-1971, Mankowski, Pete-1926, Pyle, Homer-1923-1954, Ready, Dan-1937, Thompson, Tommy-1945, Waryan, Bill-1943