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Todd County Schools' Hall of Fame

The Todd County High Schools' Hall of Fame has been established to recognize alumni and staff of the Todd County High Schools who have made significant achievements in their chosen fields or professional services and made noteworthy contributions to society on a local, national or international level. The recognition of alumni who have become outstanding citizens will provide current students with positive role models in their own lives.

2017 inductees in the Todd County High Schools' Hall of Fame were announced this week by the committee that set up the hall of fame, said Fred Harper, chairman of the committee. They are: Leila Chastain Cole; Alice Allison Dunnigan; Dr. Eula Ewing Monroe; Brigadier General John William "Bill" Rutledge; Troy Davis Snardon

Harper, who was asked by the Todd County Board of Education to set up the implementation committee, said the names were chosen by an anonymous selection committee from nominations solicited publicly earlier this year. The recipients or their families will receive the awards at an event early next year. Individuals who were nominated but not selected this year will remain eligible next year for selection. Anyone can nominate a person for the hall of fame by getting in touch with Harper at 270-265-3687 or