A professor and a TV writer are just two of the people who will be inducted into the Mount Tabor High School hall of fame this week.
The school's PTSA will induct six people into the Spartan Hall of Fame on Thursday. Inductees include:
- Chris Gaynor (‘04), record-setting basketball player.
- Thomas L. Brown, M.D., professor of obstetrics at Wake Forest University School of Medicine.
- John Carcieri (‘95), writer for HBO, Comedy Central and feature films.
- Lanny Cook, teacher and coach at Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools for 34 years, who died 2011.
- Elizabeth “Betsy” Fields, community and school volunteer.
- Thad Stanley (‘69), founder and managing director of Talleyrand Capital Management, LLC.
Mount Tabor High School established the Spartan Hall of Fame in 2010 to recognize individuals whose contributions enriched the school’s academic, artistic and athletic programs.
An induction dinner and program will be held in the Mount Tabor High School cafeteria at 6 p.m. on Thursday. Community introductions will be at 7:15 p.m. before the MTHS football game on Friday.
A full list of Spartan Hall of Fame inductees and biographies of the 2017 inductees can be found on the Mount Tabor High School website. Nominations are accepted year-round.