Walk of Honor Inductees - 2011

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FRANK PERRON ACHORN

Walk of Honor 2011

In 1947 Frank Achorn began his successful work as a chemical engineer in 45 states and 40 countries to feed the hungry of the world through increased crop yields.  He later secured eight patents related to the fertilizer industry.

STEWART ERNEST CINK

Walk of Honor 2011

Winner of both national and international golfing championships, in 2009 Stewart Cink became the first native Alabamian to claim the coveted claret jug as the champion of the British Open in Turnberry, Scotland.

CHARLES LEE MOORE

Walk of Honor 2011

Recipient in 1989 of the first Kodak Award for Photojournalism, Charles Moore chronicled such major events as the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960's South, political violence in Haiti, and the air war in Vietnam.

DRED SCOTT

Walk of Honor 2011

Dred Scott, a slave who served as the hostler in Peter Blow's Florence Hotel, waged a 14-year legal fight for freedom that resulted in the U.S. Supreme Court's Dred Scott Decision of 1857, a pivotal event in American history.