Trinity inducts six into Hall of Fame

Trinity High School inducted six men into its Hall of Fame at its annual Hall of Fame Dinner on Dec. 18.

The inductees were selected for “having a record of acknowledged leadership in his chosen field or community; having a record of outstanding stewardship to Trinity measured in time, talent and treasure; having a record of outstanding performance and distinguished achievements while employed by Trinity High School; and/or having a record of outstanding performance and distinguished achievement as a Trinity High School student in academics, athletics and/or extra-curricular activities,” a news release said.

The Trinity Hall of Fame inductees for 2014 are:

  • Dr. John Belanger, a 1978 graduate, has provided healthcare to “the poorest of the poor of Kentucky” regardless of the patient’s ability to pay, the news release said.
  • Richard “Peewee” Carey, a former faculty member, began the Trinity Learning Center in 1969 to teach students with learning differences.
  • Frederick A. Fuchs, a member of the class of 1957, was the valedictorian of Trinity’s first graduating class. Before his death in 2010, Fuchs worked in consulting and real estate.
  • Father John Gephart, a former faculty member, taught math and physics at Trinity. Father Gephart was a priest of the Archdiocese of Louisville for 65 years and died in 2014.
  • Phillip J. Stuecker, a 1970 alumnus, led Trinity’s fundraising efforts as chair of the Trinity High School Foundation Board.
  • Father David H. Zettel, a member of the class of 1958,  worked as a teacher, counselor and assistant principal before he retired in 2012 after 46 years of service.
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