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ORMHOF 2021 Induction & Awards Gala presented by 4 Wheel Parts

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Welcome to the 2021 Induction Awards Gala Presented by Saturday 10 30 21 South Point Hotel Casino Las Vegas NV Honoring the Class of 2020 2021 Bob Bower Dean Bulloch Danny Foddrill Jack Johnson Steve Kelley Spencer Low John Marking Roger Mears Tim Morton Cal Wells III Tom White

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Induction Awards Welcome Jim Beaver Master of Ceremony Invocation Dave Mason Chaplain Introductions Mark McMillin Chairman Honoree Induction Bob Bower Dean Bulloch Danny Foddrill Jack Johnson Steve Kelley Spencer Low John Marking Roger Mears Tim Morton Cal Wells III Tom White Impact Awards Presented by 4 Wheel Parts Volunteer Award Presented by Ford Motor Company Land Use Donation Louis Unser Never Give Up award Presented by Yokohama Tire Celebratory Toast and Closing Remarks Schedule subject to change

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Dear friends On behalf of our board of directors it is my honor to welcome you to the 2021 Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame Induction Awards Ceremony presented by 4 Wheel Parts Thank you for joining us for Off Road s Biggest Night of the Year which is going to be even bigger this year with two great classes to induct tonight Thanks to Michael Gaughan we are back at the South Point Hotel in Las Vegas The mission of the Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame is to recognize and honor those individuals and organizations whose lifelong contributions to off road motorsports have set a standard for others to follow educating and inspiring future generations by celebrating the achievements of those who came before Our members partners and donors are the lifeblood of our organization your Hall of Fame Thanks to all of you for your support of your Hall of Fame we have made huge strides in preserving history and a trip to our website will show you that www ormhof org The Hall of Fame vehicle collection has grown since our last gathering thanks to the generosity of vehicle donors Mark and Vanessa Fusting and Cameron and Tammy Thieriot We are honored at the privilege of being the next caretakers for these rolling pieces of off road history Support from our members partners and donors has made it possible for the Hall of Fame to share the sport of offroad through ORMHOF vehicle displays at major automobile museums from coast to coast at Daytona Motor Speedway in Florida the Petersen Museum in Los Angeles Don Laughlin s Riverside Resort in Laughlin and points in between Back to tonight In addition to honoring the Class of 2020 and 2021 we will also be recognizing people who are at the top of our sport today with the Hall of Fame 2021 Impact Awards presented by 4 Wheel Parts Hall of Fame Voting Members will decide the Voters Choice from among the honorees in each Impact Award category with the recipients announced tonight We ll honor a local grass roots volunteer in tribute to the many individuals who donate their time to make our sport so great give back to the sport by awarding a land use donation to an organization helping keep our public lands open to the public and recognize an individual who has dedicated their life to off road with the Louis Unser Never Give Up Award presented by Yokohama Tire I m proud to welcome Bob Bower Dean Bulloch Danny Foddrill Jack Johnson Steve Kelley Spencer Low John Marking Roger Mears Tim Morton Cal Wells and Tom White to the Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame I am honored to serve as the Chairman and to follow Ed Pearlman and Rod Hall in this role Please help me keep ORMHOF moving forward as we have a lot of history both behind us and in the future to archive and share Let s celebrate Mark McMillin Chairman of the Board SCAN TO DONATE or visit ormhof org Contact directors ormhof org

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ISSUE 04 JIM BEAVER Jim Beaver is a third generation racer and motorsports media personality who currently races as a factory Polaris RZR driver across several series Jim has competed in over a dozen different classes of off road including SCORE Trophy Truck with wins and podiums across multiple series including SCORE Best in the Desert and Legacy Jim s success and passion of off road extends beyond the driver s seat In addition to racing the past decade Jim has worked to introduce off road racing to the masses through the Down Dirty Radio Show featured on 200 AM FM networks SiriusXM and the US American Forces Network In 2017 Jim Founded the RZR Star Car program which attracted personalities such as Dax Shepard Travis Pastrana Tanner Foust Jolene Van Vugt Antron Brown and Steve Torrence to desert racing exposing them to off road culture and expanding the overall sport fanbase Jim Beaver has served as an on air talent for several productions including the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Midwest Short Course League Crandon World Cup Terracross Championship Rally America Red Bull Global Rallycross the Mint 400 UTV World Championships eShort Course World Cup and X Games Snobike Qualifiers Most recently Jim has delivered virtual off road racing to national television on CBS Sports with the Jim Beaver eSports eShort Course World Cup Jim s expanding media company JB15 has produced several noteworthy media projects across all forms of motorsport in the United States The group s athlete representation division also supports some of the top motorsports talents worldwide AVAILABLE NOW AT When Jim s not trackside you can find the avid off road enthusiast camping in the desert with his RV and Polaris RZR exploring the Southwest DUSTYTIMES COM

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Mission The Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame has been established to recognize and honor those individuals and organizations whose lifelong contributions to off road motorsports have set a standard for others to follow Our mission is to educate and inspire present and future generations of the off road community by celebrating the achievements of those who came before We invite you to help fulfill the mission of the Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame All nominees must have had at least fifteen years experience and involvement in off road motorsports The nominees must have built designed driven maintained owned prepared piloted promoted ridden or supported an off road vehicle They are characterized by their desire to win the mastery of their field and their courage to innovate Each of the nominees has made a significant contribution to off road motorsports in at least one of the following aspects H istory Off road racing has a rich history and so does the Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame In 1967 Ed Pearlman formed the first recognized sanctioning body dedicated exclusively to off road racing The National Off Road Racing Association NORRA The inaugural event produced by NORRA was the Mexican 1000 soon to become the legendary Baja 1000 Business History Design Engineering Prestige of the Sport Growth of the Sport COMPETITION CATEGORY Includes Motorcycles UTV s ATV s Desert Racing Short Course Rally Rock Sports and Sand Sports RECREATION CATEGORY Includes Four Wheeling Motorcycles UTV s and ATV s After Pearlman stepped back from the role of off road racing promotion he dedicated his energy to recognizing and honoring those who had greatly contributed to the sport In January 1978 at the annual Off Road Equipment Association OREA banquet he inducted the first 16 members which included Parnelli Jones Steve McQueen James Garner and Don Francisco Pearlman introduced a second group of five inductees in 1980 Despite Pearlman s noble attempts to properly honor the sport and its inductees he was unsuccessful in finding a credible permanent home for ORMHOF Enter Rod Hall In 1995 racing legend Rod Hall acquired the remaining assets and name rights of NORRA Sifting through the boxes containing Pearlman s records and the memorabilia accumulated over the nearly thirty years since NORRA was formed he came across the remnants of Pearlman s efforts to establish an Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame Hall intrigued by the historical significance of such a find set out to bring Pearlman s vision to reality Rod brought together a strong board of directors and advisors with a clear mission to promote the sport of off road through the preservation of its rich history and traditions PIONEER CATEGORY Includes Advocate Industry and Journalism NOMINATIONS The Board of Directors and Voting Committee encourage off road enthusiasts to nominate individuals for induction into the Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame There are many dedicated and accomplished people who deserve to be nominated APRIL IS NOMINATION MONTH For more information visit ormhof org or email nominate ormhof org

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Class of 2020 At age 8 Bob Bower read about the Bill Stroppe Lincoln teams that dominated the 1953 Mexican Carrera Panamericana and later learned about the Baja 1000 race to La Paz It became a fixation with him to be part of it someday Living the life of a Corvette enthusiast Bower caught the eye of BFGoodrich at a time when the Brand was in the early stages of marketing performance tires to car clubs He accepted the offer to go to work for BFG in 1977 and found himself at the Mint 400 as a pit volunteer The fixation transformed into a deep passion for off road From that day forward he would make a huge impact on the world of off road racing in a variety of roles Pit volunteer chase crew race team manager pit manager program manager winning co driver winning driver ESPN TV color analyst and teacher Bower s goal was to have a positive impact on whatever he was doing His philosophy of be alert listen to what people have to say and always use the truth served him well It was 1982 when BFGoodrich put him in the role of Off Road Program manager With very thin budget resources available the challenge was to provide support for the contracted teams and win races Bower s race strategy was very straightforward You start winning rather than finish winning He would make detailed maps of the race course highways and chase roads KM mileage included along with other information like fuel and food locations The chase crews knew at any given time they could drive to the correct chase road and how long the drive should take Teams raced with a higher degree of safety for their chase crews because of those maps In the early 1990s Bower turned the map making over to BFGoodrich in order to make it available to the masses By widely distributing the maps all of the chase crews could support their teams with a higher degree of safety Bob wrote What About You a powerful piece that has been included in almost all pit books over the past 20 years It remains fresh and relevant today because of its absolute raw truth What About You is Bob s heartfelt advice to everyone in off road about safety and taking care of yourself and those you are with during the race Many are convinced What About You has saved lives over the last two decades Bob says he was simply speaking from the heart Over the years Bob has shown his passion humility and wisdom They are matched only by his unshakeable ethic There have been many young racers who have been helped along their way by Bower He s always been a champion of the little guy Sometimes it s a quiet conversation sometimes a few hours of highway windshield time other times simply introducing them to others in the sport who could help them get better Young stars like Robby Gordon Ivan Stewart Jimmie Johnson Ryan Arciero and Rob MacCachren all have had Bob help them along in their racing career in one small way or another For Bob Bower it has been a labor of love I never wanted to change things in our sport I just wanted to do what I could to help it along Bob s personal motto is Life Is A One Lap Race He seems to be running a rather good lap Bower s vision was to establish a common direction on the race course and in the pits and bring all the teams into one big BFG team The direction we re heading is very very clear That is to be the best between the green and checkered flags Bower launched the BFGoodrich Pit Support program To this day the BFGoodrich Pits are arguably the most successful and widely used pit service in Off Road Desert Racing The 1985 Baja 1000 ended early for Bob and his teammate Mike Randall in the Class 4 Honcho when they got off course and lost ending up sunken to the frame in a tidal mud marsh It took two days for the team to find and retrieve them Bower swore and promised his wife Necia that we would never be lost like that again in Baja

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Class of 2020 Dean Bulloch has been involved in the racing world for most of his life starting in the 1970s with motocross snowmobile drags and cross country racing In 1978 he opened a powersports dealership in Utah D P Performance In the 1980s Dean and his team dominated the motorcycle trials bikes national series Over 40 years of racing he has 184 wins In 1991 Dean built a National Hot Rod Association NHRA drag bike winning the Pro ET NHRA Winston Series He continued his success on the track in 1992 winning multiple Wallys the highest honor in NHRA named for the Association s founder Wally Parks Dean was In 2012 Arctic Cat came out with the Wildcat 1000 and Dean immediately started building one for King of the Hammers which he won That set Dean on a new course and Team Wildcat Racing was born That same year Dean started another company Wildcat Willy s which builds custom race UTVs and develops aftermarket UTV parts and accessories In 2015 Arctic Cat released the Wildcat Sport 700 which Dean and his Team Wildcat Racing took to six WORC titles and two world championships In 2016 D P Performance suffered a devastating fire that completely destroyed the facility Dean put his racing on hold for nine long months to rebuild his shop into a state of the art facility In 2018 Dean took delivery of four Arctic Cat Wildcat XX models He built one into a rock crawler two into short course cars and one into a desert car The team had great success that year including a win at the Best in the Desert Vegas to Reno race the longest off road race in North America also awarded the Sportsman of the Year award for helping anyone and everyone This almost meant more to me than winning the championship Dean said In 1998 Dean built a rock buggy and never looked back With over 80 rock crawling wins 16 Pro National titles and five world rock crawling championships these are the achievements that set Dean on a path to the Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame With the birth of Ultra4 Racing and King of the Hammers in 2007 Dean decided it was time to go fast so he built a 4400 unlimited buggy that could race both the desert and rocks competing in several King of the Hammers races and both Ultra4 Racing and Best in the Desert series In 2019 Dean decided that his time in the driver s seat had come to an end He retired from racing but remains involved as a team owner When he s not enjoying riding for fun on his ranch he spends time promoting and marketing the off road industry He enjoys teaching people how to ride and drive safely off road and how to correctly tackle each obstacle

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Class of 2020 Danny Foddrill began his journey into off road in the late 60 s He and his friends would ride out to the desert and create their own races long before most of the off road racing series were established They would take Jeeps dirt bikes or their dune buggies and drag race just outside of town His passion for building and off road started way back in high school on the front porch of his parent s house where he built a Jeep from the ground up including the headers After attending ASU and working for APSM Danny dove deep into the offroad world at Palmer s Custom Speed in 1975 There they built the famous Chaparral Chassis which were ahead of their time and won countless races During the early years he got behind the wheel and this was a point in his life that the passion grew even deeper for the sport It was in these early years of racing that he honed his craft and developed his suspension parts which are sought after to this day Danny won a few races raced in more than he can count built numerous cars and led many racers and teams He may have started in the off road world many years ago but he is constantly innovating ways to make the race vehicles and off road vehicles better and more durable while continuing to help the industry stay strong Danny is known for his superior welding and fabrication skills His Foddrill Arms and Spindles are second to none and have been used on thousands of off road vehicles for almost four decades On top of these industry staples Danny has built and maintained hundreds of cars and owned and supported dozens of race teams Some of these teams included Wins from Larry Ragland Mexicali 250 Parker 400 and Baja 500 Richard Roberts Baja 1000 Larry Foddrill Pace Loors Peter Alesi Baja 1000 Kevin McCullough 17 Loors Championship Danny Foddrill ADRA Wickenburg 87 Point 2 Point 93 Rob Martensen 16 Baja 1000 Class 12 In 1983 Danny opened his own business Foddrill Fabrication To this day Danny Foddrill s shop Fod Fab is a hub for racers and off road enthusiasts Many off road entrepreneurs will attest to getting their start at Danny s shop He has and continues to mentor aspiring builders and fabricators He shares his deep wealth of knowledge with anyone who has a passion for learning Danny Foddrill has played many roles in the off road industry He s built designed driven owned prepared promoted and supported countless offroad vehicles He s also had a big hand in developing many racing careers and racing enthusiasts alike His history with the sport runs deep wide With a career that spans more than forty years Danny Foddrill is a well respected veteran leader in the off road community Seeing the need for a one stop shop for all things off road in Arizona Danny expanded with a retail off road parts store Danny opened Foddrill Motorsports in 2007 with his business partner Dennie Lee Photo by Jack Wright nMedia3 com To know Danny is to know that he loves this industry with a passion He has always given his time energy and expertise freely and will continue to give back to the industry in any way he possibly can Today at 70 Danny can still be found at his shop behind a welding mask fabricating parts and out at the race tracks supporting his own and other race teams giving his all to ensure everyone finishes the race

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Class of 2020 Versatility tenacity commitment dedication longevity dominance These are just a few of the words that describe the off road racing career of Jack Johnson A racing career that spanned some 40 years Jack amassed a staggering 23 SCORE HDRA and Best In The Desert event overall wins in a car truck or motorcycle A tremendous record no doubt but one that no one is surprised to acknowledge because even at an early age Jack s career was marked for greatness Born in California and raised in the Nevada desert under the tutelage of his father Bill Johnson Jack was thrown into the deep end of the racing pool at a very early age Traveling extensively throughout California and Nevada competing in every type of motorcycle competition imaginable against much older and more experienced riders he quickly developed a reputation as the upcoming young racer to watch As a teenager he quickly moved onto winning desert races overall his eyes firmly set on winning at the highest levels of sport From the late 60s through the 70s 80s and 90s Jack Johnson was a threat to win overall Jack made his first mark at the big races at the 1973 Mint 400 where he and partner Dave Laca put the off road motorcycle racing world on notice There they finished 2nd overall 1st 250cc motorcycle on a privately backed Yamaha owned by Pat Friel of Valley Cycle Sales crossing the line just behind the mighty factory Husqvarna team In 1975 once again riding for Valley Cycles and teamed with Mark Mason he shocked the motorcycling establishment winning the 1975 Mint 400 overall beating Team Husqvarna decisively In 1976 Jack claimed his first victory in Baja winning Class 21 with future brotherin law and fellow AMA Hall Of Famer Scot Harden as his partner In 1977 he joined Team Husqvarna as an official team member and from there he went on to set records and established him as one of the most dominant off road motorcycle racers ever A short list of Jack s major wins includes Four overall wins at the Baja 1000 a SCORE World Championship victory two Mint 400 overalls two Las Vegas 400 overalls an overall win at the San Felipe 250 and countless local and regional wins including four overall wins at the legendary Cherry Creek Hare and Hound and Virginia City Grand Prix Last but not least Jack won the Baja 500 twice overall his second win in 1979 putting him in the record books as the only motorcycle racer ever to win the Baja 500 overall riding solo In the early 80 s Jack turned his attention to international competition representing the United States at the International Six Days Enduro where he brought home two medals including a Silver Medal in France in 1980 and a Gold Medal in Italy in 1981 Jack continued to race and win in Baja as part of the Chris Haines Baja race team well into his 50s dominating Class 30 and 40 turning times in the sections he rode that were comparable to the fastest times for the event overall As a result of his phenomenal career in motorcycle racing Jack was inducted into the American Motorcyclist Association Hall of Fame in 2016 Starting in the early 80s and while still at the top of the motorcycle world Jack began making forays into the world of off road car and truck racing and quickly proved to be just as dominant Racing for legendary car tuner Butch Dean Jack proved to be a quick study winning the 1980 Mint 400 overall in a Class 1 Unlimited car in his very first attempt In the process he became the first racer ever to win the Mint overall in both a car and on a motorcycle By 1986 Jack was racing trucks and in 1987 became the Driver of Record for Nissan s factory off road program In 1988 Jack rewarded Nissan with a win in Class 4 at the Mint 400 establishing another record as the only racer to win the legendary race in a car truck and motorcycle Jack s list of car truck victories alone put him at a level few other off road racers can match with 28 class and 14 overall wins in the four wheel division In addition he recorded three HDRA Class 1 Unlimited Series Championships and three SCORE Series Championships in trucks and motorcycles Known as a thinking man s racer Jack understood the need to properly set up and test his equipment before each race especially when it came to setting up the handling package on his race vehicle Gifted with an innate ability to read terrain develop a winning race strategy and having incredible stamina to go the distance often solo these qualities presented a formidable combination regardless of the machine or type of race involved Add in his indomitable spirit and will to win and you have all the ingredients necessary to dominate your sport Only a very small handful of elite racers ever have adapted to such a wide variety of racing equipment disciplines and conditions so successfully as Jack Johnson Today Jack is still riding and recreating off road on his beloved KTM 300 He s heavily involved with the legendary Nevada 200 Trailride and serves as a trail boss and ambassador for the event which raises thousands of dollars for the rural communities in Lincoln County Nevada Photo credit DS Media LLC SCORE Journal

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Class of 2021 Steve Kelley attended the 1969 Baja 1000 with a friend They drove to Ensenada and followed the race in a VW bug The VW made it 300 miles south of Ensenada before breaking the front suspension Kelley and his friend fixed the VW and drove home and from that adventure Steve was hooked Driving a class 4 Dodge Steve was the first winner of The Borg Warner Automotive Manufacturers Challenge Race in 1995 at The World Off Road Championships in Crandon Wisconsin for Class 4 and Class 8 trucks He also raced for Factory Jeep and Dodge Trucks in the mid west Short Course races driving for Mike Leslie Racing and Walker Evans Racing for 8 years Steve drove in Australia in the Kempsey 1000 km race 3 times sponsored by BF Goodrich once in the Parnelli Jones Blazer and 2 times in a TwoSeater winning once and finishing all of the races on the Podium This brought recognition to the sport of Off Road Racing and the American teams to Australia From that moment on Steve wanted to race off road and race he did His first car was a FUNCO 2 seater that he raced in the 1972 Mint 400 He went on to compete in nearly every class winning multiple championships and representing some of the top teams and manufacturers in the sport over a career spanning four decades ORMHOF inductee Sal Fish credits Steve Kelley with being one of the racers who helped establish the rules during the early days of SCORE Steve is one of a handful of people who believed in what we were trying to do and was always ready to help in any way he could In 1992 Steve and a friend in the wheel industry Jim Smith of Ultra Wheel started an Auxiliary Organization called Wheel Friends of Childhelp Childhelp USA is a National Nonprofit organization created for the prevention and treatment of child abuse They went to their competitors and friends and asked them to get involved and give back to the children 1979 would be Steve s first Championship in class 1 unlimited and then worked his way from the buggies to mini trucks From 1981 1983 he Steve along with Jim were co founders and Chairmen They held Gala s moved to the top tier group class 8 with Tommy Morris and then Michael and Golf Tournaments over a 13 year time span and raised over 3 5 Nesmith in their GMC trucks scoring a Championship in class 8 in 1982 million dollars for Childhelp USA The charity honored many business people in the aftermarket Industry including Parnelli Jones and Carroll As Larry Minor was looking for a driver to take over for himself and Shelby who were their first two recipients Steve was honored as Man of Parnelli Jones after the 1984 season Kelley got their attention with his The Year in 1999 When the Industry hit a tough time in the mid 2000 s he strong runs and finishes in the privateer Time rider class 8 With input went to his good friend Kris Kersting President of SEMA and they agreed from truck builder Jon Nelson Steve was hired at the end of the 1984 for SEMA to take over and raise money for Childhelp Steve stayed involved season and he would take the class by storm winning the very first race for 5 years and also got SEMA involved with Kyle Petty for his charity the he entered at the season finale HDRA Frontier 250 Victory Junction Gang SEMA is still supporting both Charities to this day Steve would continue his winning ways at the first race of the 1985 In addition to his passion for helping kids Steve has generously donated season the Parker 400 Steve s inaugural season with Larry Minor time and money to these causes He is always available for anyone who would not only crown him the class 8 champion but also earn him the requires his assistance moral support or love highly coveted Heavy Metal Championship Steve would continue to win races in class 8 until the end of the 1987 season

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Class of 2021 Spencer Low is a Hall of Fame Legacy inductee He launched his offroad racing career in 1966 at the age of 18 on a BSA motorcycle He is perhaps best known as a pioneer in the mini truck movement of the 1970s with his development and sales of the first bolt on 4WD conversion kits for mini trucks through his company Low Manufacturing The company was awarded SEMA s Best Engineered New Product in 1982 for Spencer s innovative Modular Aluminum Differentials the basis of the 4WD Conversion Spencer was also a successful racer with many Class 7 wins during the 1980s highlighted by a twenty year career as a Nissan factory driver He was the back to back recipient of the SCORE HDRA Toyota True Grit Award in 1985 and 1986 For decades Spencer Low Racing SLR was synonymous with excellence innovation and winning in the off road racing community Spencer Low Off Road Racing Career Highlights Championships and Key Race Wins As Driver 1983 MTEG Grand National Title 1984 HDRA Class 7S Championship 1985 SCORE HDRA Class 7S Championship first year as Nissan factory driver 1986 SCORE HDRA Class 7S Championship 1987 Riverside Off Road Grand Prix Mini Metal Challenge Champion 1987 SCORE Class 7S Championship 1988 SODA Class 7 Championship 1989 SODA Class 7 Championship 1992 SODA Class 7 Championship Multi time Mint 400 Class 7S Champion Winner of the Baja 1000 in Class 7S with Nissan Hardbody Pickup After retiring from full time competition Spencer was a color commentator for ESPN and Prime Network covering televised SCORE HDRA SODA and Pikes Peak events alongside legendary commentators Marty Reid and Jerry Garrett Spencer Low Awards and Accolades 1985 SCORE HDRA Toyota True Grit Award 1986 SCORE HDRA Toyota True Grit Award 1987 Overall Winner of the Veronica Strand Beach Race Holland 1987 Nominated to the prestigious All American Team by the American Auto Racing Writers and Broadcasters Association 1990 Class 7 Champion at Guam s Smokin Wheels competition Although retired from full time participation following a long successful career Spencer returned to the sport he loved in 2017 placing second in class at the 50th Anniversary running of the NORRA Mexican 1000 piloting his championship winning 1988 Nissan Hardbody in the Challenger Class In 2018 Spencer returned to NORRA taking the overall Challenger Class win starting 240th and finishing 17th overall and taking home the coveted Manny Esquerra trophy Spencer also won first place in the Vintage Open Class at the 50th Anniversary Mint 400 Spencer was a founding member of the Tread Lightly movement never missing an opportunity to give back to the sport of off road He participated in press conferences speaking engagements interviews promotions and represented his sponsors at such high profile events as the Tokyo Motor Show the North American International Auto Show the Los Angeles Auto Show and at SEMA Spencer Low passed away in 2019

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Class of 2021 John Marking joins the Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame with a racing background but he is perhaps best known for his work in the field of shock absorber development and technology Bolstered by his love of desert racing John went to work at Jimco Racing Products in 1988 the same year he enrolled in the Engineering program at San Diego State University As a side business John started rebuilding and modifying shock absorbers In 1992 John began his career at Fox Racing Shox and for the next 28 years he played a significant role in the engineering design and manufacturing of off road shock absorbers As cutting edge as Fox s marketing has been the real heartbeat of the company s massive and influential growth is found in a continuous trajectory of product development No single aspect of the off road industry is more crucial to performance and reliability than tires and shock absorbers and no single company outside of Fox has led the way in suspension advancements Almost all of that history leads right back to John Marking ORMHOF inductee Marty Fiolka John Marking Fox Shox Career Timeline Successes 1992 Began career at Fox Racing Shox through his work with bicycle shocks Rose to role as vice president of Fox bicycle division 2001 Left Fox bicycle division to move to Fox off road division 2008 Fox Shox sold to private equity firm 2009 Began Fox military component division via British Supacat 2013 Fox Shox transitioned to public company 2015 Ended management of Fox off road division to start commercial truck division 2019 Took over newly formed Fox motorsports division for off road powersports In 2001 John redesigned the internal bypass shock for larger vehicles leading the way for major manufacturers like Ford Toyota Jeep Can Am and Polaris to introduce high performance off road worthy vehicles to a new generation of enthusiasts John was also a successful off road competitor as noted by Dirt Sports when he raced in the 2004 CORR Series behind the wheel of a Johnny Greaves built Pro Lite truck John Marking is exactly the kind of racer the other guys in Pro Lite should be keeping an eye on Marking has a meticulous calculating approach to racing a trait that has served him well in years of desert competition that culminated in winning a SCORE Class 1 championship in 2004 In 2013 at the opening of the Fox Museum John Marking introduced company founder Bob Fox by saying For the last twenty years I ve been fortunate to have a front row seat watching this company evolve and grow into what it is today What started out as a small business working out of a borrowed garage has turned into what you see before you In 2021 Fox hit a major milestone surpassing one billion in annual sales CEO Mike Dennison said The ongoing growth story at Fox is a testament to the experience resilience and dedication of our worldclass team John holds more than 40 patents in the US and Europe relating to shock technology and design and has been named to the San Diego Business Journal s The San Diego 500 The Book of Influential Business Leaders in 2018 John Marking his wife Gretchen and son Bryce are residents of eastern San Diego enjoying off roading skiing and watersports on the Colorado River His passions include a love of flying helicopters and he holds a commercial helicopter pilot s license

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Class of 2020 When the name Mears is mentioned in the motorsports industry Rick s name is the first to come to mind for most racing enthusiasts and competitors Only three drivers Rick Mears A J Foyt and Al Unser have captured the Indianapolis 500 four times But ask Rick who was one of his greatest drivers for him to race with and watch and he ll talk about his older brother Roger who was one of the top drivers in off road history and one of the most well rounded racers in all forms of four wheel competition In addition to his phenomenal off road racing statistics Roger Mears also drove in 31 IndyCar Series races including two Indy 500s and recorded 17 Top 10 finishes Roger also drove stock cars sprint cars midgets and other racing vehicles in various divisions Roger won a remarkable twenty World Off Road Championships at the historic Riverside International Raceway He also has four Baja 1000 wins five Pikes Peak International Hill Climbs two HDRA SCORE series titles and a Mickey Thompson Stadium Series Truck crown leaving no doubt that the older Mears brother had a spectacular racing career Roger and Rick Mears who started in go karts and motorcycles began to establish their racing lore in the tight Ascot Park Sprint Buggy action in the early 1970s and it continued at Riverside Pikes Peak and in the desert The Bakersfield California brother duo had followed their father Bill in racing and also followed him to the winner s circle Bill was a very successful stock car racer in Wichita Kansas before moving his family to California for better business opportunities But the boys showed their talent had exceeded Bill s impressive abilities After various wins in short course and desert racing Roger s brother Rick moved to road racing and the famed open wheel triumphs that included three IndyCar Series championship and four Indy 500 wins Meanwhile Roger was driving anything and everything he could in the desert short course dirt and pavement ovals and later followed Rick into IndyCars Competing full time in only two IndyCar campaigns Roger put together strong showings despite driving second hand equipment His peers knew that as well and named him Most Improved Driver in 1983 With the shortage of good IndyCar rides Roger returned to his roots in offroad racing and continued his sensational Riverside performances many wins in the Mickey Thompson Stadium series and started his own racing operation with Nissan Budweiser and Bridgestone partnerships The Mears name was winning on the pavement with Rick and in the dirt with Roger Roger even learned the tough life of race promoting i e Mickey Thompson Walt Lott and Sal Fish etc with the Mears Gang Rumble in Bakersfield in 1984 One of the more remarkable Roger Mears stories dates back to 1980 when he flipped a midget car at Ascot Park and broke both arms Doctors advised him to rest but the Baja 1000 was coming in a few weeks and Roger was battling for the series title So the doctors decided on surgery with plates in Roger s arms Mears with help from his dad driving too drove 70 percent of the race and finished the 1000 miles He took the SCORE Class 3 series title in the famed Budweiser Jeep Honcho the same machine which won 12 of 22 races in a three year period Roger says that More horsepower equals more fun refering to the trophy truck he raced in 1995 that made 800 to 900 horsepower Roger added There s nothing more fun than that except more horsepower In recent years Roger and his wife Carol have retired in Mexico after following their son Casey who competed in the NASCAR Cup stock car series for more than a decade They also spend time visiting with Roger s dad Bill in their hometown of Bakersfield California

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Class of 2021 Tim Morton s journey to the Hall of Fame began in 1983 at the Baja 1000 He was just sixteen years old His accomplishments include seven Baja 1000 wins seven Baja 500 wins and five San Felipe 250 wins Tim earned four SCORE motorcycle points championships in his career and a SCORE Overall Pro Motorcycle points championship Tim s racing success and attention to detail evolved into mentoring and coaching other Baja racers and helping them achieve their dreams His arrive and ride program for Baja racing has spanned more than twenty years Tim and his wife Jennifer have mentored over sixty race teams and Ironman racers with a 100 finish rate for their fully supported racers through their company Baja Bound Adventures Of his clients Tim says I get to share their stories and help them make memories for a lifetime and that s a pretty great feeling But Tim s true passion is the local people of Baja that allow him to enjoy and share their land He continually goes out of his way to show gratitude and teach others to travel South of the border with the same attitude A quiet philanthropist Tim gives back to the people of Baja in meaningful ways He carries supplies into remote areas on his motorcycle leaving bags of dog food on doorsteps when no one is home and work boots on front porches because he sees a need and wants to fill it in some way 2018 OffRoad Motorsports Hall of Fame inductee Johnny Campbell said of Tim Morton Tim has always been a great fan of the underdog whether it was a team he was racing with or just some young up and coming kids making an effort against the factory supported teams He always is willing to share his Baja and racing knowledge with most anyone especially those new to the desert racing discipline Johnny continued Tim s heart is for people and specifically the people of Baja He has spent decades now traveling the peninsula investing in the people there and promoting the off road culture to help insure we can enjoy that mysterious piece of desert we all love so much Tim has introduced thousands of enthusiasts to Baja through his tour business and shows them the right way through respect for the locals and their land Tim has been a huge donor of time and resources to help many families and ranchers in Baja helping them with building gates and cattle guards donating supplies to children and making an impact on their lives 2006 Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame inductee Sal Fish echoed Johnny s sentiments about Tim Tim Morton is a great example of why the OffRoad Hall Of Fame was established He is a gentleman off road racer was captured by our sport won numerous races and started a business centered around introducing and making it possible for the average person to go racing While doing this he had the utmost respect for the people of Baja Sal concluded saying Over the years I witnessed first hand the good will that Tim displayed for many less fortunate families throughout the Baja Peninsula He is an ambassador for off roading Tim s wife Jennifer shared this story As a mom I have plenty of childhood photos of our son Grant But moms in remote areas on the Baja peninsula don t have the luxury of school photos or having photos printed down the street at a store For decades long before smart phones Tim has taken pictures of kids at ranches in very remote areas He prints and laminates them at home and on his next trip delivers them to the families I ve seen mothers and grandparents burst into tears when he returns sometimes years later with pictures of their kids when they were younger Tim and Jennifer have organized quite a few benefit trail rides and trash clean ups in Baja It s our philosophy to not give large sums of cash to ensure our donors money is being spent responsibly said Jennifer We give some donations directly but have used donors funds to personally pay for school uniforms books and school supplies provided lap top computers building supplies toiletries and art supplies Tim has also provided math and reading tutors since quite a few kids arrive at an orphanage years behind never having attended school Since many of the kids in orphanages have abandonment and anger issues Tim has raised funds and paid for counseling organized sports and even horse therapy We received amazing feedback that one of the angriest teen boys who took part in the horse therapy is now thriving said Jennifer Seeing yet another need to be filled Tim and Jennifer recently coordinated a program to collect and donate used driving fire suits to Mag 7 and Baja Pits volunteers to help keep them safer during refueling pit stops I tease Tim for bringing socks to the kids in Southern Baja since it s too hot and they wear sandals but he does it anyway said Jennifer

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Class of 2020 Born October 12 1955 Cal Wells began his motorized journey in 1968 by cleaning auto parts at an engine rebuilding shop in Westminster California He quickly became enamored with how engines and automobiles operated and kept that passion for learning about cars throughout high school In fact when he graduated from school Cal s yearbook included his senior salutation stating his plans to Race the Baja 500 The Baja 1000 The Daytona 500 and the Indy 500 Overall I plan to race race and then race some more And so it came to pass and in a very big way By 1972 Cal was helping a neighbor prep a Ford truck for the Baja 500 The owner was Bill Deterlie who was running his truck through Bill Stroppe Racing in nearby Signal Hill California Soon after he started volunteering at Stroppe s shop and became friends with many of the mechanics machinists and fabricators who worked there In 1973 Cal bought a flood damaged Ford Bronco from North Dakota brought it home and stripped it to the bare frame in the family garage He rebuilt it into a race ready class 3 for the Mint 400 With his entire family working as his pit crew the car was pulled from the race after nine hours of racing While Cal was upset at the result the hook had been set and the Wells family was going racing For Cal Wells and his PPI powerhouse that aspiration became a reality in 1983 thanks to a relationship with Toyota that still exists today Their allconquering off road racing campaigns lasted until the historic 2000 SCORE Baja 1000 but still represent the strongest partnership the sport has ever seen That s not empty hyperbole but an enviable fact based on world class execution a dynamic evolution toward technology and most importantly getting a Toyota truck to the finish line before anyone else Unfortunately for their competition they did it better and for longer than everybody else as well One need only look at the record books The PPI Toyota juggernaut earned 88 total major off road race victories 14 total off road Manufacturer s Championships and 11 off road Driver s Championships In order to achieve that Wells demanded greatness from all aspects of the operation especially from himself To Cal there was only one barometer of ultimate achievement and that was winning by doing whatever was necessary His reputation of perfection led to the Toyota factory opportunity which resulted in lots of hard earned luck along the way Auto racing s most famous team owner once observed that luck is when preparation meets opportunity In almost every way Roger Penske s insight mirrors the backstory to Cal Wells III Cal rebuilt the Bronco and raced the Baja 500 with his father as his co driver Sadly Cal was injured while riding as a passenger in a street accident ending his days of driving competitively But he turned his energy to building race cars for others including his brother and father Like Penske did in the early 1970s Cal amplified the entire narrative of what the top rung of off road motorsports can represent No other effort in the history of the sport has ever reached the levels of preparation execution and presentation than Cal Wells and his Precision Preparation organization By November of 1979 Wells officially opened a small race shop in Westminster It was still more of a hobby shop but one of Cal s first customers was off road legend Joe MacPherson Soon Tommy Morris arrived with his old Class 8 followed by Frank Scoop Vessels Bob Gordon and Charlotte Corral During this time Cal also worked for MacPherson and ORMHOF inductee and off road pioneer Drino Miller Precision Preperation Inc was born Looking back that high school salutation wasn t a dream but a direct road map to the Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame Inside Terrible s Hotel Casino 1 Main Street Jean NV Just South of Las Vegas on the I 15 Always open Admission is free Eventually PPI moved to a huge state of the art complex in Rancho Santa Margarita California and Cal Wells and company eventually expanded their reach to include winning Toyota s Indy Car and NASCAR programs as well as running the Toyota Motorsports garage While every racer s dream is to somehow someway obtain and hold the title of factory team that achievement also carries with it an unwavering and universal reality It s all about winning

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Class of 2020 Tom was raised near the ocean in Huntington Beach California where he grew up surfing before discovering his life long passion Motorcycles Tom soon found his niche in flat track racing eventually earning national number 80 as a professional But his day job was fixing motocross bikes for a shop in Orange County California In time he developed ideas about specialty parts that he and his brother Dan with help from their father turned into a thriving business In 2000 Tom sold the assets of White Brothers and began rebuilding his motorcycle collection in earnest collecting more than 170 motorcycles over the next decade He narrowed his focus to restoring and collecting vintage motocross bikes eventually establishing Tom White s Early Years of Motocross Museum While not open to the public the museum plays host to fundraising events including an annual Bikes Burgers fundraiser for the High Hopes Head Injury Program that helped Tom s son Brad in so many ways In 1976 White founded Tom White s Cycle Specialties which would later become White Brothers Cycle Specialties when Tom partnered with his twin brother Dan Over the next 25 years White Brothers would grow into a highly successful company with sales of 40 million a year and nearly 200 employees In addition Tom also created the World Vet MX Championship and the World Four Stroke Championship Collecting motorcycles was at first Tom s son Brad s idea 1984 the 6 yearold saw a rusty 1965 Greeves 250 Challenger motocross bike at a race event and said Dad We should buy this and fix it up Tom and Brad purchased the Greeves and their motorcycle collection grew over the years Tragically Brad was seriously injured in a near fatal accident when he was 18 leaving him blind unable to speak and paralyzed Tom sold nearly all of the motorcycles in the collection to help provide care for his son He couldn t bring himself to sell the Greeves Tom would always tell his wife Dani with a wink The most I ever paid for a motorcycle is 150 Of special interest is Tom s collection of 11 Husqvarna s that include the 500cc Baja Invader 1 of 3 twin cylinder off road bikes built by the factory that won the 1969 Baja 1000 Other interesting motorcycles include a 1968 Suzuki TM250 1 of 65 that was the first Japanese production MX er a Bultaco Rickman Metisse 1 of 24 and a 1972 XR750 similar to the one White raced on Grand National dirt tracks The 5 500 square foot private museum has many posters from the earliest years of MX in America and many of Edison Dye s the man who brought MX to America original photos and documents In April 2017 Tom White was diagnosed with terminal cancer The next month he was honored by his friend Bud Feldkamp on Glen Helen Raceway s Walk of Fame surrounded by his friends and family Tom passed away in November of 2017 Tom s motorcycle legacy is a family affair His daughter Kristin and her husband John Anderson founded Dubya USA a play off the letter W found in the family name Specializing in building motorcycle wheel sets Dubya also offers custom wheel building individual wheel components and even wheel restoration With Dubya USA and the Early Days of Motocross Museum Tom White s legacy will live on

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2020 HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE THINKING OF YOU ON THIS SPECIAL NIGHT On behalf of our team members sponsors and fellow off road adventure seekers JJUSA proudly congratulates the 2020 and 2021 Inductee trail blazers into the Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame ADVENTURE STARTS WITH YOU

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Presented by Ford Motor Company Volunteers are the heart and soul of off road racing At ORMHOF we believe that the victory not only belongs to the individual at the top of the podium but to the volunteer crew member standing at the top of the long dark dusty road at 2 a m holding a gas can We are also grateful to the land use warriors and volunteers who donate their time to trail clean ups and attend meetings all to help keep our public lands open to the public for everyone to enjoy The ORMHOF Volunteer Award was created with these unsung heroes in mind We salute all of the volunteers who make our off road world a better place Thank you to all of the volunteers out there 2016 Honoree Tom Heyl ORMHOF Volunteer 2017 Honoree Citizens of Crandon Wisconsin Home of Crandon International Raceway 2018 Honoree Cort Elgar Old School Dune Buggies and Sand Rails Reunion 2019 Honoree 2021 Honoree Announced this evening Friends of Jawbone

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Join Partner Donate ORMHOF is funded entirely through the support of our members partners and donors in the off road community We invite you to join this distinguished group EXPLORE ENJOY OUR DIGITAL COLLECTION Individual Membership 1 Year 12 Months Voting Member 25 Leader Member 100 Ironman 1 000 All individual memberships include voting privileges for the Impact Awards Ironman membership Includes two tickets to the Induction Awards Ceremony Corporate Partnership 1 Year 12 Months Green Flag 1 000 Includes two tickets to the Induction Awards Ceremony small logo on ORMHOF eNewsletters Induction Ceremony program and website Pole Position 2 500 Includes four tickets to the Induction Awards Ceremony medium logo on ORMHOF eNewsletters Induction Ceremony program and website Winner s Circle 5 000 Includes ten tickets full table to the Induction Awards Ceremony large logo on ORMHOF eNewsletters Induction Ceremony program and website PRINT IMAGES VIDEO Donations General Donations accepted in any amount Do you have a favorite Hall of Fame program or project 2 982 PAGES SCANNED 4 603 PHOTOS DIGITIZED Made possible by Hall of Fame partners members and donors Legends Live at ormhof org 7 800 MINUTES CONVERTED SCAN TO DONATE or visit ormhof org Let us know what you d like your donation used for Digitizing Photos Scanning Publications Converting Video Tapes Maintaining and Improving our Display of Vintage Off Road Vehicles we ll make sure your donation goes to the program or project you specify Consider becoming a Hall of Fame Sustaining Donor With a small monthly automatic donation of 5 10 20 or more It s easy to set up Use the Donate tab at ormhof org select your amount and check the Make this a monthly donation box ORMHOF is a 501c Non Profit Organization Join or Renew Partner or Donate using the Donate tab at the top of our website at ormhof org or mail to ORMHOF 18124 Wedge Pkwy 2036 Reno NV 89511 For additional assistance please call the office 775 686 6770 or email directors ormhof org Thank you

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Presented by Yokohama Tire 2015 Honoree 2017 Honoree 2016 Honoree 2018 Honoree Rod Hall Rod Hall Racing ORMHOF Charlie and Linda Engelbart SCORE International Volunteers Malcolm Smith Off Road Pioneer Dick Landfield Off Road Pioneer 2019 Honoree Ed Waldheim Land Use Advocate 2021 Honoree Announced this evening Recipients of the Louis Unser Never Give Up Award demonstrate a pursuit of excellence in the face of adversity Louis Unser relentlessly fought through health issues to persevere in his passion for engine building Like Louis these individuals exemplify a never give up attitude in their off road career and all possess a relentless attitude indomitable spirit and perseverance

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ORMHOf 2015 American Lands Council 2016 Blue Ribbon Coalition Gives Back Each year the Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame donates a portion of the funds received from partnerships to an organization dedicated to land use advocacy 2017 CORVA SDORC 2018 Friends of Oceano Dunes 2019 Red rock 4 wheelers 2020 Tread Lightly Matt Caldwell right from Tread Lightly accepting the Hall of Fame Land Use donation from ORMHOF board member Josh Hall 2021 Land use donation Announced this evening STANDING ON THE GAS SINCE 1963 PROUD SPONSOR OF THE OFF ROAD MOTORSPORTS HALL OF FAME

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2021 Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame Presented by Impact Award Honorees rock sports MX ATV DESERT Industry Ryan Arciero Ricky Brabec Josh Blyler Nena Barlow Kyle Jergensen Nic Garvin Landen Brown Phillip Sarofim Dan McMillin Wrangell Gubler Bailey Cole Craig Scanlon Luke McMillin Dante Oliveira Jesse Haines Juan Tintos Bryce Menzies Juan Carlos Salvatierra Loren Healy UTV short course Alex Vanover advocate Ryan Beat Phil Blurton Matt Caldwell CJ Greaves Casey Currie Dennis Hollenbeck Brock Heger Ryland Gaughan Rich Klein Keegan Kincaid AJ Jones Kathryn Lynch Kyle LeDuc Cayden MacCachren Jared MacLeod The honorees of the Impact Awards have already gone above and beyond in their respective categories They have already achieved numerous accomplishments wins and championships We are recognizing them for making an Impact in the sport of offroad over the past year These honorees are on track to becoming inductees and future legends one day Each year we will continue to recognize these categories and nominees as they help grow our industry Bud Feldkamp Class of 2016 President Glen Helen Raceway To learn more about the Hall of Fame Impact Award Honorees and Voters Choice Award Recipients please be sure to visit ORMHOF ORG

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On behalf of the entire board of directors I would like to thank and recognize these business and individuals for their support of the Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame We invite you to join this distinguished group Partners The Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame would like to thank all of the organizations individuals and volunteers for their support of this event and for donating to our silent and live auctions The help from individuals like you will help preserve our rich off road history Thank you Mark McMillin Chairman SCAN TO DONATE or visit ormhof org SCAN TO DONATE or visit ormhof org Partnership Opportunities The Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame is a 501c3 non profit organization Visit ormhof org partners for further details and to join Silent Auction Donors AFE Alpinestars Arciero Family Bailey Campbell BFGoodrich Tires Bonnie Vessels BS Sand Bud Feldkamp Crandon Raceway Danny Foddrill Dezert People Fistful of Burbon Giant Loop Impact Safety Jimco Kurt Scherbaum Maglock Marks in the Dirt Method Race Wheels MK Meat Norm Francis Off Road Warehouse Pit Bull RC PRP Seats Ricky Brabec Risk Jugs Robby Gordon Rory Ward Induction Ceremony Donors SNORE Sparco Speed Strap Steel It Toby Price Trail Hero Trust Me Vodka UPR Racing Supply Vision Wheels Warn Winch Yokohama Tire And more For individuals and organizations not on this list due to production deadlines please know we sincerely appreciate the time and resources you have contributed Thank you to all supporters of the Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame A special thank you to our event volunteers We couldn t make this event what it is without you

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Dedicated to the Hall of Fame inductees who have passed away since our last gathering Edo Ansaloni David Ashley Class of 2007 Dick Landfield Class of 2014 Class of 2007 Sharing tales of those we ve lost is how we keep from really losing them Mitch Albom Bruce Meyers Class of 1978 Ed Waldheim Class of 2005 Legends live at ormhof org

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