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Charlottesville, VA Business News

CATEC inducts inaugural four to Wall of Fame

Posted by lbanner on May 19, 2008

The Charlottesville Albemarle Technical Education Center (CATEC), at a luncheon on Friday, May 16, inducted four inaugural members into the CATEC Wall of Fame. All four were recognized posthumously. Family members were in attendance to receive the honor:

  • Joseph Moore-longtime supporter of CATEC, adult instructor and member of Central Virginia Apprenticeship Council;
  • Allen Miller-Albemarle County and CATEC Special Education instructor who worked at CATEC from 1990-2003;
  • Robert Barrett-former Electricity instructor who worked at CATEC from 1975 to 1990; and
  • Lance Van de Castle-began teaching adult courses in 1993. Served on CVAC Board and was President of CATEC Foundation Board.

” … Their legacies will certainly live on with all those that they have touched,” said Darah Bonham, CATEC Director.

As explained in the CATEC news release, the “Wall of Fame” is a visual representation of CATEC and shares the untold story of some important individuals in its history. It showcases the legacy of students who enhanced their skills at CATEC, employees who faithfully served CATEC and contributed to the success of the students and the school, and generous supporters of CATEC who gave of their talents and time.

In addition to the four inductees, at the luncheon CATEC recognized Charles Hendricks from the Gaines Group as the 2008 Contributor of the Year for his work on the design and construction of the Hinge House being built at CATEC.

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