The Board of Governors of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum established the State Chapter program in 1993. The purpose is to pay tribute to those coaches, officials and contributors who represent the best qualities of what the sport of wrestling has to offer and who share those characteristics with young people day in and day out.
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.
Oklahoma Chapter Board
Steve Ferguson – President
Lori May – Vice President
Paul Ameen – Secretary
A.L. Haizlip – Treasurer
2018 Oklahoma Chapter Inductions
October 14, 2018
Formerly the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame/Jim Thorpe Museum
4040 North Lincoln
Lifetime Service to Wrestling
Medal of Courage
John Henry Ward
Questions call 918-639-8868
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