Huntington County Honors was created to shine a light on those individuals and their works in an effort to educate, inspire and instill pride in the community. The organization recognizes both the well-known and those who are more obscure, but all of them have been significant in their contributions to the reputation of the county.
Inductees recognized at the 2019 Huntington County Honors program and their representatives are (front, from left) Dorothy Shultz, representing her husband, Col. Harold Shultz; Alice Stickler and Jim Wilson, representing Dr. Roxy Lefforge; Ralph Johnson, representing the Ralph & Barbara Johnson Family; David Brewer; and Cynthia Cohn, representing her grandfather, Walter Rusk. Back row — Stephen and Michael Zahn, representing the William and Marjorie Zahn Family; Bill Haines, representing his uncle, George Haines; Fred Fields, John Niederman; and Dr. Eugene Habecker.
Huntington County Honors recognized its Class of 2019 in a ceremony Saturday, October 26, at the Historic Forks of the Wabash.