Nine Northshore School District alumni, former staff and volunteers were recognized Aug. 16 at a 2018 Wall of Honor ceremony at Pop Keeney Stadium. Standing, from left: Wall of Honor executive board members Alan Strand and Vicki Metz, honorees Stephen Mladineo, Dwight Funai, Laurel Petersen James and Mario Andaya, Superintendent Michelle Reid, Wall of Honor executive board member Mace Brady. Seated: honoree Irene Millikan, Sally Barnum on behalf of the late Eric Barnum, honorees Sheron Mohan and Lucy DeYoung, and Garrell Sperling Lindberg on behalf of Florence Smith Sperling. (Contributed photo)

Nine Northshore School District alumni, former staff and volunteers were recognized Aug. 16 at a 2018 Wall of Honor ceremony at Pop Keeney Stadium. Standing, from left: Wall of Honor executive board members Alan Strand and Vicki Metz, honorees Stephen Mladineo, Dwight Funai, Laurel Petersen James and Mario Andaya, Superintendent Michelle Reid, Wall of Honor executive board member Mace Brady. Seated: honoree Irene Millikan, Sally Barnum on behalf of the late Eric Barnum, honorees Sheron Mohan and Lucy DeYoung, and Garrell Sperling Lindberg on behalf of Florence Smith Sperling. (Contributed photo)

Northshore welcomes newest Wall of Honor inductees

Nine Northshore School District alumni, former staff and volunteers were recognized Aug. 16 at the 2018 Wall of Honor ceremony.

The Wall of Honor recognizes the outstanding achievements of Northshore alumni, staff and volunteers who have made a significant contribution to the district, community, state, nation or world.

This year’s inductees:

Mario Andaya, Bothell High School class of 1989, a winning volleyball coach at Central Washington University.

The late Eric Barnum, who spent 37 years with the district as a teacher and administrator.

Lucy DeYoung, Inglemoor class of 1967, a businesswoman and the first Woodinville mayor.

Dwight Funai, Bothell class of 1965, who raises funds for a variety of causes.

Laurel Petersen James, Bothell class of 1953, who opened a running business and sponsored the first Seattle Marathon.

Irene Millikan, Bothell class of 1963, who founded a ministry for Ukrainian orphans.

Stephen Mladineo, Bothell class of 1961, who spent 28 years in the U.S. Navy, including as commander of the USS Bergall and a U.S. War College professor.

Sheron Mohan, who spent 31 years with the district as a teacher and principal in addition to running a ski school.

Florence Smith Sperling, who was the first woman to be appointed as an administrator in her 20 years with the district.

Read more about the inductees and how to make a nomination at www.nsd.org/wallofhonor.

Talk to us

More in Local News

A portion of the site of the proposed Lake Stevens Costco at the intersection of Highway 9 (right) and South Lake Stevens Road (below, out of view). (Chuck Taylor / Herald file)
Shovel alert: Groundbreaking on Lake Stevens Costco is near

A land sale in early June cleared the way. The mayor says dirt could be flying as soon as next week.

Taleah Burr (left right), Laurel Harrison, Caitlin Hitchner and Kelsey Jinneman-Fairbanks are four teachers at Challenger Elementary in Everett got Roman numeral '4' tattoos to represent their "Core 4" solidarity the day after their first year teaching in 2014.  (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Inked: Third-grade teachers tattoo their solidarity IV-ever

Most of their Challenger Elementary students don’t know about the hidden badge of teacher pride.

In Edmonds, ‘small cell’ deployment permit becomes a big deal

The City Council has allowed new cellular equipment under an ordinance that regulates conditions.

Woman killed in hit-and-run south of Everett is identified

Detectives have been searching for the vehicle that struck Katherine Mueller, 31, of Snohomish.

Highway 99 fatal crash victim from Seattle identified

Sarah Cooper was the passenger in the car that reportedly crossed into oncoming traffic in Lynnwood.

The passenger loading ramp is nearing completion at the new Mukilteo ferry terminal. (Andrea Brown / The Herald) Feb. 4, 2021
State ferry fares set to rise for drivers and walk-ons

A state panel proposed a 2.5% hike in each of the next two years to cover the system’s operating costs.

Officers surrounded a Motel 6 near Everett Tuesday morning after a reported rape. A man tried to flee but was subdued and arrested. (Ellen Dennis / The Herald) 20210615
Man arrested after standoff at motel over reported rape

Surrounded by a SWAT team near Everett, the man tried to flee but was subdued with pepper balls.

Sequoia High graduates move their tassels from one side to the other at the end of the graduation ceremony on Thursday, June 17, 2021 in Everett, Washington. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
Gallery: Sequoia High Graduation

Angelica Zamora, center, has her arms full of flowers, and a potted… Continue reading

Alain Warchilde racks an e-bike available for Saturday's parking lot sale at Sharing Wheels in Everett on June 16, 2021.  (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Need new-to-you bike? It’s time for a sale at Sharing Wheels

The Everett nonprofit kept fixing and donating bicycles in spite of pandemic closure and challenges.

Most Read