Ponderosa Hall of Fame

2024 Hall of Fame Inductees

Bret Crock - Staff
Jason McCarthy - Graduate
John Moos - Staff
Natalie Munoz Garcia - Staff

Past Hall of Fame Inductees

Randy Huff - Staff
Mike Owsiany - Friend of Ponderosa
Stephanie Filo - Graduate
Bret Weller - Staff (Posthumously)

LTC Mark Battjes - Graduate
Jim Miller - Staff
Christy Kidd - Staff
Levi Woods - Alumni


Shawn Drotar -Graduate
Eli Hemming - Graduate
Jeanie Burks - Staff
Kathy Dorman - Staff
Danelle Stanton - Staff


Lisa Fischer - Staff
Dr. Larry Wilner - Friend of Ponderosa
Gary McCusker - Friend of Ponderosa
Jaclyn Brown - Graduate

Matt Littrell - Graduate
Lisa Pulk - Staff
Linda McCullough - Staff
Chuck Puga - Staff

Dawn Hildenbrand - Staff
Mark Murphy - Staff
Dr. Mark Thorsen - Staff
Young Kim - Graduate

Tyler Ward - Graduate
Dr. Rebecca Dodder - Graduate
Chris Martinez – Graduate
Naomi Grossman – Graduate

Erin Kennedy - Graduate
Matt Maher - Graduate
Janell Ames - Graduate
Cheryl Heaton - Staff

Scott Elrod – Graduate
Kim Stone Moore – Staff
Mike Barker – Graduate
Chris Mathewson – Staff

Robert Sanchez - Graduate
Debra Boyd - Staff
Toby Meuli - Graduate
Donna Henkel - Staff

Deb Ruiz - Staff
Will Ohman - Graduate
Toby Tabola - Staff
Sandy Mira - Staff
Barb Kimball – Friend of Ponderosa
Sunny Kruschwitz - Staff
Dayle Cedars-Revious - Graduate
Mitch Sherman - Staff

Wayne Manzaneres - Staff
Jessica Brody - Graduate
Nancy Kaferly - Staff
Dan McNellis – Friend of Ponderosa

Carey Kalisch – Staff
Angela Ottmann – Staff
Geri Durbin – Faculty
Chandra Kuykendall – Graduate

Gordon Marsh – Staff
Karen Dale – Friend of Ponderosa
Linda Waterman – Staff
Tim Ottmann – Staff

Trent Gamble – Graduate
John Randall – Staff
Nancy Henry – Staff
David Rocha – Staff
Dr. Gene Kelly – Staff
Diana Stolfus – Staff
Dr. Bill Larson – Staff
Jamie Woodruff – Staff
Dana Perino – Staff
Lisa Woods – Staff

Hall of Fame Committee 

Tim Ottmann - Chairman Bill Larson
Gordon March Cheryl Heaton
Natalie Munoz-Garcia Kathy Dorman
Dawn Hildenbrand Karenmarie Burks
Jarod Nicholson
Allison Porter
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