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PO BOX 40 815 NORTH A STREET
RICHMOND, IN 47375
PH: 765-966-2235 FAX: 765-966-5700
Our mission is to honor the men and women who have excelled in high school, college, or professional football in Indiana based on their coaching, athletic ability, citizenship, scholarship, and significant supporting contributions to the game of football, and to preserve and display memorabilia related to the game of football from the past to the present.
1982 Indiana Football Hall of Famer Fuzzy Thurston passed away December 14, 2014. Our condolences are extended to his family and friends, as well as his beloved Packers fans. Click here for his obituary and additional information regarding a celebration of life to be held December 19th at The Lambeau Field Atrium.
Hall of Fame Coach Walter "Wally" Moore passed away Saturday, December 6, 2014. Wally was inducted into the IFHOF August 10, 1991. The Board of Directors and staff of the Hall of Fame extend our sympathy to Coach Moore's family and friends. Additional information regarding visitation and services may be obtained from the official site of Notre Dame athletics by clicking here.
Coach Bud Wright, the most winning high school football coach in Indiana history who happens to still be coaching at Sheridan High School, along with his football playing and coaching family, have been selected as finalists for a 2015 Super Bowl contest. By clicking here, you can vote for Indiana's own and help Coach Wright - all of the Wright family coaches - attend the Super Bowl and be recognized on the field. What better way to show our Indiana High School Football Spirit! Best of luck to the Wright family!
The Indiana Football Hall of Fame is excited to welcome the following inductees:
REGION 2 An induction ceremony was held in South Bend on May 16, 2014, for former players Chuck Alexander, Scott Dreisbach, Ron Fellows, Mike Rosenthal, and Rick Sayers; former coach Frank Leahy (posthumously); and, merit candidates Brian Boulac and Dr. Paul Macri.
REGION 5 Bill Atkinson was inducted June 8, 2014, at 2:00 PM at Edgewood High School in Ellettsville. It was a special day for Bill as the ceremony also marked his retirement after more than 30 years in education. Bill was a standout player for Mississinewa High School in Region 5 who also played at IU.
REGION 3 Russ Isaacs and Russell Bush were inducted in a ceremony that was held in Fort Wayne on June 11, 2014, at the Goegleins Homestead Barn. The long-time Fort Wayne Snider coaches and friends were especially honored to be inducted together.
REGION 7 This induction ceremony was held in Indianapolis on June 12, 2014, at Primo's South Banquet and Conference Center. New inductees from Region 7 are former players Jeff George, Larry Highbaugh, Robert Nipper (posthumously), Dick Nyers, Dave Scheib, and Ray Wallace; coach Steve Purichia; and merit candidate Dr. Thomas Brady (posthumously). Former player Don Hansen (Region 9) and coach Mike Gillin (Region 10) were also inducted on this evening.
REGION 4 An induction ceremony was held in West Lafayette on June 25, 2014, for former Purdue University stand-out players Mike Alsott and Leroy Keyes, along with long-time Winamac High School coach, Tim Roth.
REGION 10 Coach Bob Gaddis was inducted in Columbus at the Harrison Lake Country Club on July 26, 2014. Coach Gaddis also serves as the Executive Director of the Indiana Football Coaches Association.
REGION 9 Long-time football team physicians were inducted in Jasper onSeptember 12, 2014. Dr. Dean E. Beckman and Dr. Randall Norris were recognized at half-time for their services to Jasper football as well as several other athletic teams in Jasper and the Dubois County area.
Biographies for each of these deserving individuals may be viewed by clicking on their name under the INDUCTEES tab or by typing a name in the SEARCH box.
Be sure to visit the Indiana Football Hall of Fame display cases located in Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts. Display items are changed throughout the football season. The Hall of Fame is extremely appreciative of the opportunity to share historical football archives with the many thousands of visitors to Lucas Oil Stadium. GO COLTS!
Click on attachments for photos of the cases.