The Fairless Alumni Association, Inc., is a membership organization created to help graduates work together for the common good of graduates, the Fairless Local Schools, and the Fairless Community.
Graduates of Fairless High School are members of this organization without fees. To make a tax-deductible donation toward the mission of the association, please make checks payable to:
Fairless Alumni Association, Inc.
c/o Musacchia Tax Service
320 S. Wabash Ave.
Brewster, Ohio 44613
The Class of 2014 Distinguished Fairless Falcons to be inducted into the Hall of Honor are:
Ms. Lucinda Frailly – Ms. Frailly graduated from Kent State University with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Secondary Education. Soon after, the Fairless Board of Education hired her to teach English. She served as a teacher with Fairless for 30 years. Lucinda founded the Falcon Playhouse and served as its director for many years. She also spearheaded a highly successful Integrated Arts program at Fairless. Frailly has worked as a director/choreographer for the Canton Symphony, Massillon Tiger Swing Band, and Stark County Anti-drug Videos. The YWCA has inducted her into the Academy of Women as the Outstanding Woman in Fine Arts. Since her retirement from teaching, Ms. Frailly has served as a docent at the National First Ladies Library in CantonMr. Wilbur Haas – Mr. Haas graduated from Navarre High School in 1946 and was an outstanding athlete. Wilbur was a truck driver and the owner/operator of H+H Trucking Company. He has been a life-long supporter of Fairless Academic and Athletic programs. Wilbur helped to create the Fairless Academic Booster Club and has contributed to a scholarship awarded to a Fairless senior for over 20 years. He was the voice of the Falcon Football team for over 20 years. As a leader in the community Mr. Haas served on both the Fairless Local and RG Drage Boards of Education and has been a lifetime member of the Navarre Kiwanis and St. Paul United Church of Christ. He has also served on the Bethlehem Township Zoning Board.
Russ Stanley (330) 224-1997 Rstanley956@gmail.com
Roger Houk (330) 409-5831
Blaine Wohlheter (330) 767-3355 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jody (Mauger) Beatty (330) 767-3249 email@example.com
Ernie and Debbie (Lutes) Lehman (330) 879-2674 firstname.lastname@example.org
Roxie (Amos) Rush (330) 767-4788 or (330) 268-9332
Cynthia (Rohn) Vickers (330) 877-3584 RCircleV63@aol.com
The Class of 2013 Inductees:
Ms. Antoinette DeAngelis – A lifelong resident of Brewster, Ms. DeAngelis was the daughter of Italian immigrants and a member of the Women’s Army Corp. She taught business math, typing, bookkeeping, recordkeeping, and business for several area schools including Navarre and Fairless High Schools.
Mr. Jeff Hissong – Known by his many students and colleagues as Senor, Mr. Hissong served Fairless High School as a foreign language teacher for 37 years. He was not just a teacher, but a mentor as well to students, other teachers, and also Spanish-speaking families as they assimilated into the American culture. In addition to teaching, Senor was a department chair, jr. class advisor, and Spanish Club Advisor. He took many students out to explore the world with trips to Spain and Mexico.
Mr. Joel Marchand – Graduated from Fairless High School in 1980 and is a cross country and track legend across the state of Ohio. He was a 5 time state champion. As a junior he broke the school’s two-mile record and cross country mark, and as a senior eclipsed both records again. He attended Malone College, where he won the All-Ohio Cross country meet as a freshmen. Mr. Marchand competed against former Olympians. Some of his accomplishments include:
1. 6 time All-American
2. Individual National Champion of 1981
3. Member of the Malone team that was runner-up to the National Championship
4. Current holder of Malone College’s 5 mile cross country record.
5. Inducted into the Ohio Association of Track and Cross County Coaches Hall of Fame, and the Malone University Hall of Fame.
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