September 6, 2019- Lakewood Local School District has inducted three new members into the Lakewood Wall of Fame. This year’s inductees included Charlie Gray, Carl Osburn, and Melinda Schnorrenberg.
Carl Osburn, a 1902 graduate of Jackson High School,
competed in the 1912, 1920 and 1924 Olympics in various rifle events. He held
the record for the most Olympic medals (6 Gold, 3 Silver, 1 Bronze) won by an
American until the 2008 Beijing Games.
Charlie Gray, a 1972 graduate, lettered in football, basketball, and golf. As a standout football player, he received All-County first team offense and defense in the same year. He later coached football at Lakewood for over 20 years as a defensive coordinator and running back coach and continued supporting Lakewood athletics as an active member of the athletic boosters. He also worked for the Village of Hebron for 40 ½ years.
Melinda Schnorrenberg taught physical education and health
at Lakewood High School from 1975-2010. She was an active staff member as she
started, led, or participated in 12 different extracurricular activities at the
high school and coached volleyball, basketball, and track. In addition, she won
the 2009 DOW Excellence in Education Award.
The Wall of Fame was created to honor those individuals or
groups whose actions or achievements in their chosen fields bring honor and
distinction to the heritage of the Lakewood Community. The inductees were
honored at a reception held at the high school and formally welcomed into the
Wall of Fame before the Lakewood Football game.