The individual must have demonstrated exemplary support and passion for the Henley High School athletic program through service and donation of time, leadership, talent, funding, and energy.
Dan and Cindy Kinsman
Inducted September 20, 2014
The Henley athletic complex that we see today would not have happened without the efforts of Dan and Cindy Kinsman. Here are some of the contributions that they provided for Henley.
Installed sprinkler system and planted JV infield grass.
Demolition of old football stadium.
Installation of new football stadium.
Dan served as a member of the grant committee that secured funds for new athletic fields.
Considerable financial donations to HHS baseball, football, and softball program.
Helped design and layout of today’s baseball, softball, soccer facility.
Constructed (and donated) the HHS indoor hitting facility.
The Kinsman’s contributions, both financial and in-kind, have been
extensive. The most impressive thing about Dan and Cindy is their
support of Henley’s coaches and teachers.
Norma & Ivan Olliffe
Inducted September 29, 2012
Norma and Ivan regularly attended games and meets for thirty-five years, regardless of whether they had children or grandchildren performing.
Their loyalty and support of Henley was a evident as they donated a substantial sum of money to enhance Henley’s sports program.
Norma wanted shade trees by the soccer fields so she could enjoy the shade during the games.
Inducted October 5, 2013
Damon has painted signs for our state champions an other boards for the athletic programs of Henley High School to be put up in the gym for over thirty years. Damon creates each board in the shape of Oregon. He then hand letters each athlete and coach's name with perfection. He also updates the "Oregon Boards" and Skyline Conference Championships when necessary. The Henley fans admire the "Oregon Boards" and can appreciate the donation of Damon's meticulous labor.
Inducted January 20, 2012
Geneva began teaching English at Henley High School in the 1940’s. Geneva completed her final years at Henley as the school librarian. She touched many lives during those many years of educating the youth of Klamath County. She was well liked as a teacher.
Willard owned two farms on Hill Road and grew potatoes and brewing barley. He died at the age of 78.
By Geneva’s unselfish donation of her house and furnishings to Henley High School brought a significant amount to the school that assisted in funding programs.
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