2004 hall of
2004 Hall of Fame
ATT. CRAWFORD B. BUNKLEY, JR.
Attorney for the NAACP, Dallas school desegregation cases.
EMMETT J. CONRAD, M.D.
First African American member of DISD Board of Education. Member-State Board of Education. Chief of Staff- St. Paul Hospital. School named in his honor.
WILLIAM H. COTTON
First African American Principal of South Oak Cliff High School, central office staff Administrator, Finance and Management Division, Dallas Teachers Credit Union Board Member, Business Services Center named in his honor.
DR. YVONNE A. EWELL
DISD Teacher, Principal, Consultant, Assistant Director - Curriculum and Ethnic Studies, Deputy Assistant Superintendent - Instructional Services, Associate Superintendent - East Oak Cliff Sub-district. Planner- Townview Magnet Center and District 8 Board Member. DISD School named in her honor.
OTTO MALORY FRIDIA, JR.
Teacher, Counselor, Assistant Principal, Elementary and High School Principal, Deputy Assistant Superin- tendent, Deputy Superintendent and first African American Acting- General Superintendent - DISD. DISD school named in his honor.
President - Colored Parents and Teachers Assn., first African American female elected member of DISD Board of Trustees. Served 23 years and elected President. DISD School named in her honor.
DR. JAMES D. HALL
Teacher, Principal and Assistant Superintendent, Lancaster ISD, member - Dallas County Community College District Board and Texas State Board of Community Colleges.
DR. WRIGHT LASSITER, JR.
President of Bishop and El Centro Community College, Chancellor of the Dallas County Community College District, first African American Chair of the United Way of Dallas.
DR. NAPOLEON B. LEWIS
School Administrator - Washington, D. C., East Oak Cliff Sub-district Administrator, Elementary Principal, Assistant Principal - Hulcy Middle School; Superintendent Wilmer-Hutchins ISD; Principal - Lincoln Humanities and communications Magnet High School, DISD.
DR. FREDERICK D. TODD
Chemistry and Physics Teacher, Principal of six DISD schools including first graduate of Lincoln High to serve as Lincoln Principal, Area Director for High Schools, and Area Superintendent in DISD.
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