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.

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