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Jacksonville, Alabama

JSU Teacher Hall of Fame Induction
on May 20

JACKSONVILLE -- April 25, 2002 -- Jacksonville State University has named finalists in three categories for the annual JSU Teacher Hall of Fame. Winners will be inducted during a private ceremony on campus May 20.

JSU operates the state's oldest Teacher Hall of Fame.

The finalists are as follows:


  • Mrs. Dianna Adams, of Albertville, a fourth grade teacher in the Albertville City School System.

  • Ms. Shirley J. Farrel, of Birmingham, who teaches the gifted and school enrichment classes for grades K-5 at Leeds Elementary School.

  • Mrs. Jeanne T. Nelson, of Oneonta, who teaches Kindergarten at Oneonta Elementary School.

  • Ms. Teresa Morton Owens, of Horton, who teaches fifth grade math and reading at Susan Moore Elementary School.

  • Ms. Faith Murphy Roberts, of Mobile, a first grade teacher at Peter Joe Hamilton Elementary in Mobile County.


  • Ms. Kimberly Anne Bain, of Pelham, who teaches band for grades six through nine at R. F. Bumpus Middle School in the Hoover City School System.

  • Ms. Shirley S. Bowman, of Anniston, who teaches English for grades seven through nine and Physical Education for grades six through nine at DeArmanville Jr. High.

  • Dr. Robert Ham, of Hayden, a seventh grade science teacher for Hayden High School in Blount County.

  • Mrs. Denise F. Ware, of Monroeville, who teaches sixth grade science, math, language and reading for Beatrice Elementary in Monroe County.

  • Mrs. Teresa A. Barnett, of Carrollton, a sixth grade Math teacher at Carrollton Unit School.


  • Ms. Jane Clayton, of Montevallo, an English teacher for grade 11, a speech and drama teacher for grades nine through 12 at Montevallo High School.

  • Ms. Glenda C. Gaines, of Sylacauga, a physical education teacher for grades seven through 12, a ninth grade world history teacher, and a tenth grade American history teacher for B. B. Comer Memorial High School in Talladega County.

  • Ms. Elizabeth T. Martin, of Springville, a special education teacher for grades nine through 12 at Pinson Valley High School in Jefferson County.

  • Mrs. Carolyn Harris Serviss, of Jacksonville, an eleventh grade U.S. history and geography teacher and a dual enrollment history teacher at Saks High School.

  • Mr. Oscar D. Watts, III, of Tuscaloosa, a Band and Music Appreciation teacher for grades 9-12 at Central High School East Campus.


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