1996 Inductees

Daren Dochterman - Class of 1985

Daren Dochterman has worked in the motion picture industry as a storyboard artist for nine years. He has worked as a production illustrator on more than 30 motion pictures, four of which received Academy Award nominations. Just some of the films Darn has worked on include: The AbyssSleepless in Seattle and Honey, I Blew up the Kids.

In addition to his work in the movies, he is also a composer and a volunteer co-host for a national cable radio program. Daren is also active with "Ahead with Horses," a children's charity.

Kevin O'Keefe - Class of 1964

Kevin O'Keefe has been involved in many campaigns, both locally and nationally, including Thomas C. Hynes for Mayor in 1987, and Richard M. Daley mayoral campaigns in 1989 and 1991. He became involved in the Clinton Presidential campaign and has worked with President Clinton since 1992.

In addition to his legal work, Kevin is active in many area civic and community organizations including Central DuPage Hospital, the B.R. Ryall YMCA in Glen Ellyn, the Wheaton Wings Soccer Club and the Western Golf Association.

James Spivey​ - Class of 1978

James Spivey began his athletic career at Fenton as a basketball player. He joined the cross country and track teams his sophomore year, thanks to the encouragement of Fenton coach John Kurtz. Since putting on his first pair of running shoes, James has represented the United States as a member of the 1984, 1992 and 1996 Olympic teams. He received a silver and bronze medal respectively at the 1987 Pan American Games and World Championships.

James holds the American record for the 2000 meter run, with a time of 4:52, and has run the mile in under four minutes 67 times. He has run more than 47,000 miles since 1975 and also continues to donate his time to staying active with the Fenton Cross Country and Track teams.

Mabe (Rosengren) Sparks Vetra​ - Class of 1961

Attorney Mabe (Rosengren) Sparks Vetra has been active in many programs to provide assistance to those unable to afford legal representation. Since 1990, she has been volunteering for five monthly legal clinics for senior citizens. In 1991, she founded a free legal clinic for women at Moorpark Junior College in Moorpark, Calif. Two years later Mabe opened the only senior citizen free legal center for Native Americans at Candalaria at Oxnard, California.

In 1991, Ms. Vetra received a "Special Volunteer Salute" from a local radio station for her outstanding volunteer service to Ventura County, and in 1992 received an award for free legal service to the poor from the California State Bar Association for "Pro Bono Work."

In addition to her legal work, she also actively supports community theatre groups.

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