St. Paul to induct nine in Hall of Fame

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Sep. 9—NORWALK — St. Paul High School has announced its 2021 Hall of Fame inductees, who will be recognized the weekend of Oct. 2-3.

Members for this year's class include Robert Grimesey (1947 graduate) and Jerome Hettel (1970) as distinguished inductees. The Rev. Herbert Willman along with John and Sue Riley are honorary inductees.

Athletic inductees include Charles V. Mack (former coach); Edward Young (1981); Monica (Roth) Nash (1989) and Angela (Camp) Kalizewski (2003).

Grimesey had a decorated career in nuclear physics and Hettel is known for his dedication to meticulous details while helping with daily Mass at the church. Willman was the Paster of St. Paul Catholic Church from 1988-2000, which included the construction of the Convocation Center, and the Riley's have been instrumental in contributing in many roles in both the church and school for decades.

Mack was the first head coach for sports teams (basketball and baseball) in the early 1920s, while Young was a two-time state champion (1980-81) in wrestling, Nash was a three-time state qualifier in cross country, and Kalizewski had a record-breaking career as the setter on St. Paul's Division IV state championship volleyball team in 2002.

The inductees will be recognized at the St. Paul football game against Western Reserve on Oct. 2. They will be inducted into the Hall of Fame at a lunch and ceremony on Oct. 3. A meet and greet begins at noon, with food served at 12:30 p.m.

For tickets, please visit the school website at or call alumni director, Jenny Ridge at 419-668-7223.

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