Three district graduates were inducted into the Octorara Area High School Hall of Fame in a ceremony Sept. 28 at the high school.
They are Larry W. Althouse, class of 1973; Taneen L. Legree, class of 2002; and Katy Ferrier, class of 2005.
Althouse has worked 44 years for his family’s business, Althouse Transportation, which has served the Octorara district since 1931. He was one of the first 18-year-olds in Pennsylvania to obtain a school bus driver’s license when the age requirement was changed from 21. He became president of the company in 1998 upon the retirement of his father, Wayne .
Legree, who was president of her class at Octorara, has been the assistant bursar in the Office of Fiscal Affairs at Lincoln University since June 2017. She received a bachelor’s degree from Ohio Wesleyan University and a Master of Arts in management and leadership from Liberty University.
Ferrier has been director of admissions at Millersville University since April 2014. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Millersville in 2009, a Master of Education in 2011 and a certification in secondary school counseling in 2012.