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Hurst-Euless-Bedford

SPORTS HALL OF FAME

In Recognition of


CHARLES STAHL

Inducted February 5, 2000


New London Public Schools:  Participated in All Sports, Choir, and Band, Graduated 1956; Stephen F. Austin State University:  Music Scholarship, B.S. Degree Music and English 1960, Graduate Degree Psychology and Music 1964;  Pine Tree ISD:  Junior High Band Director and High School Assistant Band Director 1960-68;  Grapevine High School:  Dean of Boys, 1968-69;  H.E.B. ISD:  Central Junior High Counselor 1969-75;  Harwood Junior High Counselor 1975 to Present;  Mid-Cities Optimist Club:  Three Time Optimist of the Year, Life Member, Optimist International President's Award 1993, Oratorical Chairman for Thirty Years;  Punt, Pass, and Kick Member for Over Thirty Years, Chairman Four Years;  Public Address Announcer:  The Voice of Pennington Field 1970-Present, Missing Only Three Games;  Announced Trinity/Bell and Over 150 State Playoff Football Games to Present, Announced Three Games in One Day, Announced at the Cotton Bowl, Astro-dome, Texas Stadium, Fouts Field, Denton, Old Pennington Field, Pennington Field.


His announcing has brought recognition and fame to the H.E.B. School District and Pennington Field in surrounding states and throughout the state of Texas.

Born October 2, 1937

 "The Voice"