Your Minnesota Chapter is working year round to honor those who have dedicated their lives to wrestling.
Lifetime Service To Wrestling
Given in recognition of years of dedication to the development of leadership and citizenship in the youth through the sport of wrestling.
Given to former wrestlers who are highly successful and use the disciplines learned in wrestling in their profession.
Medal of Courage
Is presented to a wrestler or former wrestler who has overcome what appear to be insurmountable challenges.
Minnesota Chapter Board of Directors
Spencer Yohe – President firstname.lastname@example.org 320-766-1934
Mike Bredeck – VP Nominations email@example.com
Scot Davis – VP Programs firstname.lastname@example.org
Al Olsen – VP Finance & Development email@example.com
Ron Ackeman – Web Site Maintenance and Silent Auctions firstname.lastname@example.org
Don Dravis – Secretary email@example.com
Steve Ricard- Treasurer
Board Members – Noel Bailey, Matt Clark, Bob Dettmer, George Graff, Mike Niemczyk
Annual Chapter Meeting
The Annual Minnesota Chapter Meeting will be held on Sat. August 17 and 18, 2018
The 2018 Mn Chapter of the NWHOF will hold its annual board meeting at Hook Lake, at Ron Malcom’s cabin at Park Rapids, MN. Agenda will be the selection of inductees for 2019 and competitive sport contests.
The Minnesota Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame held its 18th Annual Honors Banquet on September 13. Attendance was limited because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Class of 2020 includes: Tom Beyer, Mary Davis, Larry Goodnature, Mark Jensen,… Continue reading →
The new members are: Front Row Left to Right – Jim Bartels, Paul Marquart, Paul Bengston, Lyle Freudenberg. Second Row, Left to Right – Randy Zimmer, Paul Cyr, Neil Skaar, Randy Baker. On Saturday, April 27th the National Wrestling Hall… Continue reading →
Minnesota Chapter has lost 2 of its members. Jack Gause was a Meritorious Official at the National Level and a Lifetime Service to Wrestling award by the Minnesota Chapter. Donny Wichmann received the Metal of Courage Award from the Minnesota… Continue reading →