2006 Hall Of Fame



The Windham Bomber Athletic Hall of Fame honors former athletes who achieved excellence through competition, coaches who have made a difference
in the lives of their athletes and supporters of the athletic program.

(Special thanks to George Belden for supplying the information on this page)

(Note: The information written on these athletes were written at the time they were inducted into the hall of fame. Some of the information might be outdated. If you are in the hall of fame and want your information updated please contact Robin Martin through the "Contact" page.

barb sBarb Showalter is a 1985 graduate of Windham High School. During her high school career she lettered all four years in volleyball, basketball, and track. In volleyball, she was Co-MVP her sophomore, junior, and senior seasons. She was first team All-PCL as a junior and a senior and was All-District and Honorable Mention All-State as a senior. Barb led the Bombers to their first three sectional championships. Barb was the team captain her senior year. In track, Barb qualified for Regionals twice, and was a member of the State-Qualifying 4 x 100 relay her senior year. Barb earned numerous team awards in basketball. After graduation Barb earned a degree in Physical Therapy from Cleveland State University. Barb still enjoys playing competitive volleyball. Barb Showalter is one of the finest all-around athletes to graduate from Windham High School.

tom dTom Denvir is a 1957 graduate of Windham High School. Tom began his athletic career in Piketon where he excelled in track and basketball. His move here in 1955 was to the benefit of the Bombers as he quickly proved his worth averaging 20 points a game in basketball. In 1956 he broke the school record for top scorer in a game with 38 points. He contributed equally in football and baseball, earning letters in all three sports and helping the Bombers along to many victories. Tom went on to serve the community of Windham as a police officer for 28 years. He was a patrolman from 1966 to 1989, then he became the Chief of Police, a position he held until his retirement in 1994. In the 1970’s he also helped out the youth of the community by coaching hot stove baseball for three years. Tom had an incredible athletic career here at Windham High School and spent the majority of his adult life protecting Windham; he is indeed worthy of induction into the Windham Athletic Hall of Fame.