2017 Hall of Fame Banquet

32nd Annual Hall of Fame Class of 2017

On Sunday November 12, 2017, Louisville Male inducted its 32nd Hall of Fame Class. This exciting event was held at the Crowne Plaza Louisville Airport Hotel. We were joined by the Mayor of Louisville Greg Fischer and our Sixth District Jefferson County Board Member Dr. Lisa Willner who both brought greetings.

There were 21 Alumni from 19 different graduating classes that were selected. John Kelsey, Louisville Male Athletic Director served as our MC that afternoon. The Louisville Male ROTC Cadets served as escorts for the Inductees and provided the Colors and the Louisville Male Jazz Band provided music during our meal. We had four Student Representative which were Madison Page, Will Puckett, Cam Chesher and Luke Anderson. There were 4 individuals Adopted as Male Alumnus. They were: Connie Allen who served as a teacher and Dance Team Coach for 30 years, Denise Rainey who served as the Volleyball Coach and Assistant Volleyball Coach for over 19 years, Linda Craig office worker who keeps our QuickBooks up to date and Christi Wheatley who has worked with the Male Band for over 15 years.

Thanks to everyone who worked hard to make this a fantastic and memorable event. Here are the 2017 Hall of Fame Inductees.

Neal Hammon ’42.5

Professional Architect 1948-1996, Served in U.S. Navy as Gunnery Officer during WW2 & Korean War, Performed Historical Research and published 7 books

Albin Hayes, Jr ’53

He was Chair Emeritus of Norton Healthcare, Inc., Coach Bill Neu’s All-Star Male Baseball Team, 1953 L.A.B.F., Player of the Year, Sysco Corp. Mid-west Regional Vice President

Carl D Frederick ’63

Highest ranking Martindale Hubbell; Competence and Ethics Legal Practice; Fellow Litigation Counsel of America, Honor Society and Authored books: Medical Malpractice, Automobile Injury, Traumatic Brain Injury

Richard W. Jordan ’65

He was Captain of Louisville Fire Department, Command Sergeant Major 125th Army Reserve Command, Distinguish Graduate Jefferson Community College, Administrator Governors Fire Commission.

Janice Bishop Carter ’67

KY HB:99 Advance Mental Health Directive, 2nd Elected Woman President Louisville NAACP, 2nd Elected Woman FBI Southern Advisory Board, KY HB:40 NAACP Drafted Ex-felons Voting Rights.

Rick Bolus ’68

Member of 1966 State RU Team, 1972 Graduate of Boston College, Founder of Blue-Chip Camp, Member of Naismith Awards Committee

Marcia J Cole Morton ’74

1974 Most Athletic Female-Male High School, Graduate WKU, UL, Simmons Bible College, LPTS, Ordained Elder A.M.E. Zion Church and mother of Miles Barrington Morton

Maria A Smith ’80

Magna Cum Laude graduate of Bellarmine, CEO of Harbor House of Louisville, Bellarmine Gallery of Distinguished Graduates

Dr. Jill Sparrow Ransdell ’81

Danville Pathology Associates (partner), J & K Clinical Laboratory Services (partner), Southern Classic Food Group (Co-Owner), Magnolia Vegetable Processors (Co-Owner)

Michelle Bolduc Motley ’81

National Board-Certified Teacher, Elementary School Principal for twelve years, Alumni of ETown Leadership.

Dr. Stephen Spanbauer ’83

Caring for Veterans as a VA Chief Physician, Winner of multiple Cycling National Championships, Writing and recording songs that play on the radio, seeing the good in every person

Bradley Beanblossom ’86

1986 Gatorade KY Baseball Player of the Year, 1988 Team USA Olympic Baseball Team, 2X College World Series 1st Team and Runner-Up, AAA St. Louis Cardinals Baseball Club

Sharonda O’Bannon Morton ’87

Basketball (College) Kodak 1st team All-American, Ky State Long Jump Champion (1986), City of Louisville Youth Worker of the Year, Master Degree in Education and Educational Leadership from both the University of Louisville and Bellarmine University

Dr. Greg Purvis ’87

Valedictorian Louisville Male High, 1995 A.O.A. Honorary Medical Society U of L Medical School, 1999 Chief Resident Vanderbilt Emergency Medicine, Multiple time recipient of Louisville Magazine’s “Top Docs”

Hendrix “Mac” Caudill ’89

Two-time Emmy Award Winner, Three-Time Ironman Triathlon Finisher, Graduate Student of the Year, Chapman University, Five-Time USA Triathlon National Championship Qualifier

Aaron Flaker ’90

Baseball and Valedictorian at Male, Male Bulldog and UofL Cardinal Bird Mascots, Founder and Owner of JAMfest & JAM Brands and Owner of Athletx Sports Group

Jennifer Schwartz Scutchfield ’91

Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council Member, Leadership Kentucky class of 2011, University of Kentucky Lady Cat Cheerleader Steffany Huckaby ’93-Christian Bible Study Teacher, Ava Lee’s Mom, Musician and Model, Stage, Film, TV and Commercial Actress, Improv Comedienne and Writer.

Mark Miller ’95

1995 Gatorade Track and Field Athlete of the Year (Kentucky), 1995 KTCCCA Track and Field Athlete of the Year, 1995 All-American Track and Field News, Member of AAA State Championship Team 1994-1995

Matt Montague ’96

Served 2 years Mission LDS Church in London England, married to Natali Henderson with 5 kids, Voted Mr. Male, KY State AAU Basketball Champions, 4-year starter as point guard BYU Men’s Basketball

Tony Driver ’97

1996 Gatorade Player of Year in Kentucky, three-time State Champion in Track and Field 94-96, 2000 named to the All Independent Team, Parade, Reebok and USA Today First Team All-American