AHERN HALL OF LEGACY
REV. PAMELA L. HOARD, Hall of Legacy Chair
Church Hill, TN
AHERN Hall of Legacy was initiated in 2017 to honor African-American centenarians and past and present African-American trailblazers.
Individuals will be selected on the following criteria:
Integrity as an individual
Commitment to their profession
Church and community involvement
Their promotion and involvement in civil rights
Individuals who have reached the century mark
A pastor who has pastored the same church for 50+ years
A President or CEO of a company that promotes and is involved in civil rights.
Pastors and Professionals will be eligible 3 years after retirement.
Nomination can be made by submitting a name and the above information to firstname.lastname@example.org
Rev. Pamela L. Hoard, AHERN Hall of Legacy Chair
Nellie Johnson, centenarian, Marjorie Senter, centenarian, Mollie Pope, centenarian, Annie Horton, centenarian, Hazel Elder, centenarian Frances Hunt, centenarian, Mildred Whetsell, centenarian and Rev. Dr. W. A. Johnson, 50+ years as pastor of Lee Street Baptist Church, Bristol, VA
Nola Taylor,centenarian, John Tate, boxing, Towanna Stone, Miss Tennessee 1997, Carolyn Peck, basketball, Frankie Randall, boxing. Mark Dean, inventor & computer engineer, Ricky Parkey, boxing, and Fanney Jones, centenarian
Roland Dykes, Jr., late Mayor, Newport, TN; Billy Wells, former Mayor, Bluff City, TN; Daniel Brown, former Mayor, Knoxville, TN; Kevin McKinney, former Mayor, Jonesborough TN