Theresa Snoddy honored for being inducted into College of Education Hall of Fame

From left, Winston County Circuit Clerk J.D. Snoddy, his wife Theresa Snoddy, who was honored by a special proclamation presented by State Representative Tracy Estes.

DOUBLE SPRINGS - State Represetative Tracy Estes had a distinguished resolution to present at the half time of the Lynn Bears/Winston County Yellow Jackets Boys Varsity basketball game, Friday, Jan. 24, when honored retired educator Theresa Snoddy was recognized for her induction into the College of Education Hall of Fame.

Estes presented the honor to Theresa, who was accompanied to mid court by her husband and supporter J.D. Snoddy.

The Board of Advisors to the College of Education at the University of Alabama elected Theresa for  induction into the College of Education Hall of Fame, which is the highest and most distinguished award bestowed by the college of education. It recognizes contributions of those who have demonstrated a lifetime accomplishment as leaders in their respected fields.

Although the honor will be symbolized by the hanging of a plaque in the first floor hallway of Graves Hall, Estes presented a resolution from the floor of the Alabama House of Representatives commending Theresa on such an honor.

See complete story in the Northwest Alabamian.
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