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Hall of Fame Inductees 2015 | Beatrice Educational Foundation

Hall of Fame Inductees 2015

April 20, 2015 10:33 am

This year’s Hall of Fame recipients were Theodore (Ted) R. Muenster, Robert Cherny and Max Martz.

Muenster graduated in 1958 and attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, graduating in 1962. His more than 40-year career has included serving as Campaign Manager for Clair Callan’s successful bid as Nebraska’s First Congressional District representative, Former Chief of Staff to the Governor of South Dakota and many other roles.

Cherny graduated in 1961, and later earned a degree from UNL. He became a history instructor at San Francisco State University in 1971. Cherny became a Professor Emeritus in 2012 and served as department chair for six years. He has also coauthored six books.

Martz graduated in 1956. He went on to play football for the Nebraska Cornhuskers and lettered three years in varsity football. After college he was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force. Later he attained the title of captain. Martz also served as dean of students at John J. Pershing College.

This year’s Friend of Education award was presented to Dennis Hynek.

The Friend of Education award acknowledges someone who had a major impact or contribution in education within the district.

Hynek taught science and biology at the Beatrice junior high school for 12 years, later became the assistant principal, then principal until his retirement in 1998.

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