• Mr. Carl O. Hughes Mr. Carl O. Hughes was valedictorian of the South Fork High School class of 1939, and obtained a BA in Economics from Geneva College in 1943. Carl was a giant in the Amusement Park Industry.  He was a highly respected leader of Kennywood Park who was the first non-owner to hold an office in the IAAPA. Kennywood Park has been the Pittsburgh area’s playground and Carl Hughes was one of its main players since 1956. In 1987, Kennywood Park was designated a National Historic Landmark and is known today as America’s Finest Traditional Amusement Park.
       
       Mr. Hughes was the first living inductee into the IAAPA Hall of Fame. IAAPA Hall of Fame inductees are not chosen for their personal success, but rather for significant contributions to the entire industry, their community, and the world. Carl O. Hughes, more than any other living individual, was responsible for the IAAPA changing from a club to a sophisticated international organization for the purpose of universal communication and the exchange of ideas. He was the first non-owner officer and president and managed conventions ranging from 15,000 to 25,000 participants. 
       
       Carl still resides in Pittsburgh and is the father of two daughters, Mary Lou and Lynn.

     Bishop John Kudrick
    Bishop John Kudrick graduated from Adams Summerhill HS in 1965 where he was valedictorian. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from St Francis College in 1970, a Masters of Divinity from St Francis Seminary in Loretto, and Masters of Science Computer & Information Science from Ohio State in 1977. 
     
       The bishop was ordained to the priesthood in 1975 and began serving on the mathematics and computer science faculty of St. Francis University. In 1978, he assumed responsibilities for university computer services. He became a priest of the Archeparchy of Pittsburgh in 1987 and served in several Pennsylvania parishes over the next years. In 1997, Metropolitan Archbishop Judson Procyk ordained then-Father John as the first archpriest of the Archeparchy. 
     
       In July of 2002, Bishop John was ordained and installed as bishop of Parma in Ohio. His Grace, Bishop John Kudrick leads the Church of Parma. The Eparchy of Parma encompasses the geographical area of Ohio (except the eastern border counties), Indiana, Michigan, Illinois,Wisconsin, Minnesota, Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota. Bishop Kudrick continues to serve in this capacity.


     MasterMistey McMahon Metzgar
    Master Mistey McMahon Metzgar was a 1996 graduate of Forest Hills High School where she was salutatorian, graduating second in her class. 
     
       On July 1, 2009, Misty became the youngest person ever appointed to serve as a Master for Domestic Relations and Juvenile Causes in the Circuit Court for Charles County, Maryland, and likely the youngest person to serve in that capacity in the entire state of Maryland. She continues to serve as one of three Masters for Domestic Relations and Juvenile Causes for Charles County. 
     
       Mistey graduated summa cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown in 2000 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Sociology. She then entered Wake Forest University School of Law where she graduated with a Juris Doctorate in 2003. 
     
       Mistey’s first work as an attorney came with the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, Maryland as a Judicial Law Clerk. In 2005 she joined the Law Firm of Mudd, Mudd, and Fitzgerald, P.A. as an Associate Attorney in LaPlata, MD. She worked there until July of 2009 when she was appointed Master for Domestic Relations and Juvenile Causes Circuit Court for Charles County Maryland in LaPlata, MD. In September 2010, Misty was appointed to a two-year term on the Charles County Family Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee.
     
       The Honorable Master Metzgar presides over contested cases regarding domestic issues including divorce, custody, visitation, child support, alimony, marital property, CINA (Children In Need of Assistance), and contempt issues. 
     
       Mistey is married to Quentin Metzgar and they are the proud parents of three children, Alayna, Aidan, and Alexis. They currently reside in Waldorf, MD.