Pasco high inducts 3 into hall of fame

By The Tri-City HeraldMay 24, 2013 

Pasco High School recently honored the 2013 inductees into its Hall of Fame.

The inductees were chosen based on their contributions to Pasco High School as students and to their communities as adults.

The new members are of the Hall of Fame are:

w Mark Vincent, owner of Mark Vincent Construction, which has been in business in the Tri-Cities for more than 25 years. Vincent has volunteered with numerous local charities and has supported the high school as a donor and coach.

w Charles Grigg is the owner of Grigg's Enterprise. He recently donated land for the new Salvation Army Center. He also provides Key Club members with a discount so that they can purchase toys for kids in need during the holiday season.

w Mike Miller is the owner of Moon Security. He has served for 22 years on the Pasco School Bond Levy Committee and helped the committee raise more than $1 billion for district schools.

The inductees were honored May 13 in a ceremony at Pasco High School.

Their names will be engraved on plaques that will hang in the official Hall of Fame at the school.

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