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June 18, 2013

NAHS Hall to induct 12 new members

Former educators, Army colonel among inductees

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NEW ALBANY —

“I am just so elated that he has been selected,” Wilma Klein said about her husband’s election. “I am so pleased that community service is recognized as one of the areas. He took such pride in making those toys and worked around the clock. It made him so happy ... it was his passion. He dedicated his life to it.”

The 12 new inductees bring the total of NAHS Hall of Famers to 76. The Hall of Fame began in 2007 with 10 inductees.

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