The fifth annual Bullitt Central High School Hall of Fame ceremony featured the induction of 11 individuals.
Gwyn Akers, MD is a 1981 graduate and serves as Medical Director of Youth Villages in Carrollton, GA.
Jeni Brewer Carr is a 1991 graduate and the owner of JC3 Entertainment, Inc. She is a recognized member of the Country Music Association, has released two national albums, two national charting singles (Top 50 Country and Top 25 Inspirational) and is a BMI songwriter.
Harry Feeback is a former teacher, baseball and cross country coach and retired as longtime District Director of Transportation.
Rob Flaherty is a former student. He served with Bullitt County Judge/Executive Kenneth Rigdon and now oversees the Civil Division of the Bullitt County Attorney’s office.
Ken Gossett volunteered his services from 1984-2011 during which time he was a football booster club officer, helping build the football practice field, the out building, the press box and installation of the irrigation system for the football game field.
Mike Mann is a former student and serves as the Commonwealth Attorney for the 55th Judicial District, Bullitt County. He is responsible for the prosecution of criminal cases in the county.
Bill Ranney is a former teacher, assistant football coach, assistant principal and athletic director.
Rafael Rosa was co-Salutatorian of the Class of 1983. He is the National Vice President of Programs at the Student Conservation Center at the Chicago Academy of Science.
Allen Schuler worked as a teacher emphasizing student writing and academic achievement. He also served as sponsor of the Lemon Drop club, girls’ soccer team coach and assistant principal.
Chris Stallings graduated from Bullitt Central in 1981 and retired last year as physical education teacher at Old Mill Elementary School investing every one of his many years in the district.
John Wright is a 1991 graduate and has worked for Western Kentucky University’s sports information and WHAS 840 AM Radio. He is the public relations director for Hardin County Public Schools.