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Hall of Fame Inductees - 2013
Mark Vincent graduated from Pasco High School in 1973. While at Pasco High, he played football and baseball which allowed him to receive a full ride scholarship in football to Spokane Falls Community College where he was inducted into the Hall of Fame. He has supported Pasco youth sports, both financially and as a coach for many years. Vincent supervised the building of the wrestling records board, renovation of the baseball complex in the 1990’s, and purchased the banner that Pasco Wrestling took proudly to every match in the 90’s. Vincent is the owner of Mark Vincent Construction and has been in business for over 25 years. Vincent has volunteered at Lourdes as a chaplain, visited shut in’s through the Friend to Friend program and donated his time and resources to many charitable causes.
Charles Grigg was born in 1939 and attended Pasco High School, along with several colleges and universities throughout the Northwest. The Grigg family donated a large parcel of land that will be used for the construction of a new Salvation Army center that will benefit those in our community that are in need. Apart from donating land, Mr. Grigg provides the PHS Key Club members with a discount so they can purchase toys for special needs kids throughout the district each holiday season. Mr. Grigg also participates in “Toys for Tots” and “Bikes for Tikes” programs. Grigg was a Pasco City Council Member, SBA Board Member, and promoted growth of other small businesses by investing in their companies to ensure their success.
Mike Miller graduated from Pasco High School in 1975 and has served on numerous local, state, and national boards for the past three decades, including 22 years of service as the chair of the Pasco School Bond Levy Committee. Under Miller’s leadership, the committee has raised close to $1 Billion in funding for Pasco schools. Miller’s community involvement includes Tri City Sunrise Rotary, Kennewick Chamber of Commerce, Lourdes Health Network Foundation, Goodwill, and the Downtown Pasco Development Authority.