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1993 Hall of Fame Inductees
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Stacey Augmon Sports 1986
Stacey Augmon led Muir’s basketball team to a CIF championship in 1986. He went on to play at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and, with teammates Greg Anthony and Larry Johnson, guided the Runnin’ Rebels to the 1990 NCAA Championship, becoming the first team to score 100 points in a title game, against Duke. Following his stellar collegiate career under legendary coach Jerry Tarkanian, Augmon was the ninth pick of the 1991 NBA Draft by the Atlanta Hawks. His 15-year professional career included stints with the Detroit Pistons (1996-’97), Portland Trail Blazers (1997-2001), Charlotte/New Orleans Hornets (2001-‘04) and Orlando Magic (2004-’06). He is currently a player development coach for the Denver Nuggets.
Pauletta deVaughn-Mayerhofer Performing Arts 1969
Pauletta de Vaughn, Soprano graduate of John Muir High School Class 1969, Westmont College Class '73, Music Academy of the West (studied with Martial Singher) Juilliard School of Music (studied with Callas/Brown & Graduate of University of Vienna, Austria, School of Music Class '78 (studied with Luise Scheit/Marcel Prawy/Prof. Swarovsky) has sung in the Opera Tannhäuser from Richard Wagner in the historical castle of the Wartburg, the place of the story of Tannhäuser. She sang both leading female roles Venus and Elizabeth in the Wartburg, Eisenach, Germany on Opening Night April 14th, 16th and May 12th, Conductor Tetsuro Ban.
Christopher DeVore Journalism 1972
Sandra Ell (Rann) Community Service 1965
Dr. Regina Mills-Bey Government Service 1973
John Zweers Education 1952

John Zweers really loved Muir. He attended John Muir College in 1952 and then returned to teach in 1958. He infused history into all of his students and led the march to preserve and uplift the history of John Muir High School. Mr. Zweers began what is now the Muir Museum. His personal collection of Muir memorabilia adorns the museum walls and his legacy is the many students that he taught and pushed to excel in education and in life. Many of his students would call his name if asked to name a most memorable person or event in high school. He took on the "powers that be" in Pasadena to make sure that Muir did not get too short changed when the educational dollar was being spent.

His most memorable occasion would come on the first day of a new semester for his students. The bell would ring and he would face the chalk board and draw the letter "F" and encircle it. He would then turn to the class and say, "this is your grade as of today. It is up to you to improve it!" For the most part his class always met the challenge.

2016 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony is scheduled for
Saturday, November 5th at 1:00 PM
(Location to be determined)


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