Class of ‘76 News: Moses receives Atwood Achievement Award from University of Rio Grande
Steve Moses, affectionately known to many as ‘Big Fig’, graduated from Oak Hill High School in 1976 where he was his senior class president; active in many extracurricular activities that included playing trombone in the Oak Hill High School Marching Oaks, along with the concert, stage and pep bands; served on the student council; a member of the Library Club where he once served as the Ohio Student Librarians Association’s publicity chairman; on the Oaks Window newspaper staff; and was the varsity basketball manager and competed on the basketball, golf and track teams.
Steve graduated from Rio Grande College, now The University of Rio Grande, and is now retired.
In November 2020, Steve received the 2020 Atwood Achievement Award from The University of Rio Grande. The Atwood Achievement Award recognizes alumni for personal achievement reflecting credit upon the University, including professional or civic accomplishments, and who have an interest in promoting the ideals and objectives of the institution.
Class of ‘76 News: Marsha (Thomas) McCorkle was named to the 2021 Oak Hill High School Hall of Honor.
Marsha graduated from Oak Hill High School in 1976 where she was a member of the National Honor Society; co-editor of the Oaks Window school newspaper; in the Oak Hill High School High School Marching Oaks band; and was on the homecoming court.
She graduated from Rio Grande College in 1980. She received a Master’s Degree from the University of Rio Grande in 1994. In March of 1981, Marsha began her teaching career at Blackfork School as a Learning Disabilities Tutor. Over the next 30 years, she was an Intervention Specialist at Blackfork, KW Lewis, Central, Oak View, and Oak Hill High School. She taught elementary, middle, and high school students.