Three Topekans Honored In Graduate Hall Of Fame

By: 13 News, Posted by Ariana Cohen Email
By: 13 News, Posted by Ariana Cohen Email

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW)-Three Topekans who graduated from Topeka West High school more than 2 decades ago were inducted to the Graduate Hall of Fame.

The Hall of Fame inductees include: Peg McCarthy, class of 1983-after graduating from Topeka West, she went on to Yale University and now works as a private practice clinical psychologist in Topeka.

The second inductee is David Reibstein, class of 1967-he is now a Professor at the University of Pennsylvania. Forbes magazine also called him one of eight of "America's Favorite Business Professors."

And last but not least, Eric Rosen, class of 1971, is currently a Justice of the Kansas Supreme Court and he has been a Justice for the last 8 years since his appointment in 2005. He was also a Shawnee County District Court Judge for 12 years, 1993 to 2005.

Margaret Fowler, Ruth Porter, Harold Hula, and Robert Ramsey were awarded the Owen M. Henson Distinguished Staff Award.


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