Six New Members Inducted Into Bronson HOF
By: Mike Stiles - Wednesday, January 8, 2020

(left to right) Kevin Williams, Linda Weber, Julie Ganton Olson, Randy Ludwick, Rock Ludwick and Lisa Snyder Guzy (photo courtesy of Sheila McCrea)

(BRONSON) – Some new names have been added to the Bronson High School Hall Of Fame.

The newest members are Rock Ludwick, Randy Ludwick, Lisa Snyder Guzy, Julie Ganton Olson, Kevin Williams and Linda Weber. They were inducted prior to last Saturday's boys varsity basketball game between Bronson and Prairie Heights.

Rock Ludwick has been a supporter of the 4-H and FFA programs for many years. He has been a mentor to groups for competitions and has been a chaperon to conventions from the district to national levels.

Randy Ludwick has given much of his time back to Bronson by being the master of ceremonies for many events, such as being the announcer for the FFA Alumni Truck Pull and the Polish Festival Parade.

Guzy was a three sport athlete for Bronson, and earned three varsity letters in basketball, and came close to scoring 1,000 points in her career. She was named to the 1977 First Team All State for basketball. She finished third in the discus event at the 1979 State Finals along with setting several school records in that event along with the shot put.

Olson had success both in the classroom and on the athletic fields. She was in the Academic Top Ten and also excelled playing basketball and volleyball. On the basketball court, Olson helped her team to two District championships and a Regional title in her senior year. She set a school record with 28 rebounds in a game and also tied a school record by scoring 38 points in a game.

Weber was a long time staff member at Bronson Jr/Sr High School, coming up with many ideas. She was also an important part of writing and implementing the school district's crisis plan.

Kevin Williams served as the Bronson Athletic Director and Assistant Principal from 1993 to 1996. Then in 1996 he started to teach social studies at Bronson Junior High School and continued to do that until he retired in 2010. In addition Williams also helped organize fund raising events, volunteered to do weigh ins for wrestling meets and helped to develop the Hall Of Fame.


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