Milford — The Delaware Valley Hall of Fame Committee has announced the induction class of 2015. They are as follows:
The late Col. Davis W. Hazen from the Class of 1958 will be inducted into the Academic/Professional Division. Following his graduation from St. Bonaventure in 1963, Hazen began a long and distinguished military career that included both extensive active overseas service and teaching.
Carissa Sain Knoche from the Class of 2000 will be inducted into the Athletic Division. Following an outstanding high school career in cross country, track and field, and basketball, she excelled in basketball at Carnegie Mellon University. Knoche is currently the head women’s basketball coach at the University of Chicago.
Kathleen Marinaccio from the Class of 1987 will be inducted into the Academic/Professional Division. An honors graduate from Pratt Institute, she continued her studies at Parsons School of Design for Advanced Adobe Illustration. Marinaccio has had a long and distinguished career as an artist, currently serving as director of design services at Warner Bros. She is also a professor and counselor at Otis College of Art and Design.
William B. Schneck from the Class of 1974 will be inducted into the Athletic Division. An outstanding high school athlete, he excelled in golf, wrestling and soccer. Schneck was the school’s first soccer player to be named to the All American Team. He continued his athletic career at Lehigh University and is a lifetime participant in a variety of sports. He is director of plant Ooperations at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital.
The four inductees will be honored at Delaware Valley’s Homecoming festivities on Saturday, Oct. 17, and at a banquet at Mt. Haven Country Resort & Restaurant on Sunday, Oct. 18. The community is invited to join family and friends at the banquet. To purchase tickets, contact Wanda Holtzer at 570-0491-4878.