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2010 Atherton High School Alumni Association Hall of Fame Inductees
In 2001, a small alumni group gathering at Atherton High school had the vision of honoring Atherton alumni who have contributed to our community and our country. Through this vision senators, a brigadier general, authors, teachers, university presidents, doctors, financiers, congressmen, entrepreneurs, a ballerina and more have been welcomed home to Atherton High School and inducted into the Atherton Alumni Association Hall of Fame. Our list is distinguished, impressive, and inspiring to each of us. It is especially important for the students of Atherton High School to witness this rich legacy.

Top Row, left to right
Jim Rutledge, Shaw Wan, Tyler Allen, Steve Sparrow
Seated, left to right
Roberta Bondi, Ann Carroll, Lynn Fox, Lynn Simon
(Mary Stewart Duerson, David Daugherty, Bob Yarmuth, not pictured)
Inductee Year Graduated Biographical Data
Tyler Allen 1986  Co-founder and president of USA Image Technologies, Inc. • Teacher with Teach for America, 1990-1992 • B.A. with honors, Northwestern University, 1990 • Co-founder • Leadership Louisville, Class of 2003 • Candidate for mayor of Louisville Metro in 2010 Democratic Primary
Roberta Cowan Bondi 1959 M.A., Semitic Studies, D.Phil., Theology, Oxford University • First female Professor, Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Church History • Faith and Order Commission, National Council of Churches • Recipient of the Unsung Heroine Award, Emory University, 2006 • Author of ten books and numerous articles • Workshop and retreat leader • Textile artist
Ann Carroll 1970 Producer/Director/Writer of TV documentaries • Series Producer; Executive Producer • Producer/Host “Radio Smithsonian” • More than 35 awards for programs • B.A., magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Vanderbilt University • M.S., Newhouse School at Syracuse University; first woman to receive faculty prize for Excellence in Creative Broadcasting • Married 30+ years; proud mother of one daughter
David Daugherty 1954 Graduated BCE, University of Louisville Speed School of Engineering • Honorably discharged, US Army • Professional Engineer’s Award, 1993, University of Louisville • Created EAS Technologies, a pioneer in labor management automation • Founder’s Award, 1994, Louisville Chamber of Commerce • As EAS’ CEO directed first worldwide automation of US Army NAFI • Corporate Officer of EAS/Ceridian, a Fortune 500 company • Founded Cathedral Gardens, a 52 acre nationally recognized spiritual haven and tour destination for people of all faiths
Mary Stewart Duerson TeacherTeacher  Latin teacher at Atherton for 42 1/2 years • member of the original Atherton faculty, January 24, 1924 • B.A., University of Louisville; M.A., Columbia University • Woodcock Medal, U of L, 1920 • Octavio Award, 1970, Classical Association of Midwest and South • legendary figure who inspired countless students at Atherton
C. Lynn Fox 1966 Author of 11 books • Outstanding Teacher Educator at San Diego State and San Francisco State Universities; 30 years of service • Substance abuse prevention grants and writings • Self esteem efforts for regular and special needs students • Co-Founder of San Diego, Balboa Park Summer Concert Series • EMMY Award Winner, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences • Alumni Fellow, University of Louisville • Sigma Kappa Sorority Colby Alumni National Award
Jim Rutledge 1961 Joseph E. Seagram and Sons Distillery, 1966 • Master Distiller, Four Roses Bourbon, 1995 • Inaugural class of Kentucky Bourbon Hall of Fame, 2001 • Board of Directors, Kentucky Distillers’ Association, 1995-2008 • Chairman of the Board, Kentucky Bourbon Festival, 2003-2009 • Lifetime Achievement Award, Malt Advocate magazine, 2007 • Ambassador of the Year, American Whiskies, Whisky Magazine, 2008
Lynn Simon 1977 Varsity Basketball • “Best Sense of Humor” • University of Louisville Medical Degree • Chief Resident, Stanford University, Neurology • Louisville Magazine, “Top Doc” • Bellarmine University, M.B.A., Gallery of Distinguished Graduates • Greater Louisville Medical Society President
Steve Sparrow 1972 Began law enforcement career in 1975 • Received Medal of Valor and Officer of the Year Awards, Oldham County Police Dept. • Elected Oldham County Sheriff, 1998 • Graduated National Sheriffs’ Institute, Longmont, Colorado • Certified instructor at Department of Criminal Justice Training • Nominated for Outstanding Contribution to KY Law Enforcement by Gov. Paul Patton • Served on Kentucky Sheriffs’ Association Board of Directors since 1999, Past President and 2nd Vice President • Served on National Sheriffs’ Association Domestic Violence Committee, Chairman of NSA’s Youth and Juvenile Justice Committee
Shaw Wan 1969 First Place School of Science Scholarship, Morehead State University • M.D. University of Louisville and Fellow American College of Surgeons • Chief of Urology, US Army hospitals • Colonel, United States Army • Clinical Associate Professor, University of Missouri at Columbia • Board Member of Phelps Regional Medical Center in Missouri, Rotary Club, Community Care Clinic • Veteran of Vietnam War and Desert Shield/Desert Storm • Recipient of three US Patents with a fourth one pending
Bob Yarmuth 1967  Chairman and CEO of Sonny’s Franchise Company, Orlando, Florida, with 150 restaurants in nine states • Sonny’s voted Readers Choice Award in Southern Living as the Best BBQ in the South • Charitable interests include education, arts and humanities, youth development, and human services • Recognized by the Boy Scouts of America, Coalition for the Homeless, March of Dimes, and Give Kids the World • Atherton Student Council president 
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