Hall of Fame
We are thrilled to announce that the Tennessee Senior Olympics established a Hall of Fame in 2017. Scores of exceptional athletes and key volunteers have graced our system. Honoring these individuals will be an exciting time for our organization.
The purpose of the Tennessee Senior Olympics HALL OF FAME is to recognize and honor outstanding athletic performances as well as outstanding contributions that have made our organization successful.
Nominations for the 2023 Hall of Fame class are now open. The deadline is Friday, March 24th. Please visit this link to submit your nominee.
2022 Hall of Fame Inductees
On June 27th the TSO inducted its 5th class. It was a very special and exciting night.
The class of 2022:
You can view the Hall of Fame Ceremony from this link. https://www.facebook.com/TNSeniorOlympics/videos/2221065218067770
Click here for the BlueCross BlueShield Hall of Fame article.
2021 Hall of Fame Inductees
2020 Hall of Fame nominations and induction ceremony was postponed.
2019 Hall of Fame Inductees
Click this link to read about their accomplistments. Hall of Fame Inductees 2019
Frank Baker (pictured above on left)
Mary Tim Burgin
Linda Kauffman (pictured above on right)
Note: Hollyce Kirkland and Mary Tim Burgin were in Albuquerque representing TN during the ceremony. Each of these exceptional ladies will be officially inducted in at the 2020 state finals.
2018 Hall of Fame Inductees
Click this link to read about their accomplishments: Hall of Fame Inductees 2018
Christine Dewbre (surprise induction)
Slideshow for Bo Deaton, John Disterdick, Bill Lauer, Georgia Phillips - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQtbsb1A6Oo&feature=youtu.be
Slideshow for Christine Dewbre - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gg1WbqAYBZo&feature=share
2017 Hall of Fame Inductees:
Click this link to read about their accomplishments: Hall of Fame Inductees 2017
Joanne Ramsey, posthumously