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Hall of Honor

Nominations for the Grand Island Senior High School Hall of Honor are accepted throughout each year. Nominations are reviewed each year and inductees are named. We are excited to announce the Hall of Honor Banquet & Celebration is projected to be held again in 2024.

The Hall of Honor, inaugurated in 1983, recognizes Grand Island Senior High School alumni who have made a significant and lasting contribution to the betterment of society. Nominees must have graduated more than 20 years ago from the high school. Each year, at least one person is inducted into the Hall of Honor.

 

Nomination Form

Online nominations are encouraged using the online form below. Email foundation@gips.org with questions.

Paper nominations also accepted using the PDF below. Paper nomination forms must be returned to the Grand Island Public Schools Foundation, Attn: Kari Hooker-Leep, 123 S. Webb Rd., PO Box 4904, Grand Island, NE 68802.

 

Online Nomination Form

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Dr. Richard "Mac" DeMay

Class of 1969
Hall of Honor 2000

Richard Mac DeMay graduated from Grand Island Senior High School in 1969. 

Richard graduated, summa cum laude, from Hastings College in 1973. He received his MD in 1976 from Northwestern University in Chicago, where he also did his pathology residency. 

He was cytopathology fellow under William J. Frable at the Medical College of Virginia. He has been Director of Cytopathlogy at the University of Illinois at Chicago, the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, and since 1994, the University of Chicago, where he is also Professor of Clinical Pathology.

Dr. DeMay is a member of national and international cytopathology committees, serves on the editorial board of three pathology journals, and is the author of more than 50 publications, including two textbooks, The Art and Science of Cytopathology and Practical Principles of Cytopathology.

He is married to Gail and has three children, Alexander, David and Jacqueline.

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