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“When we were doing all the research and looking through hundreds of photos, we couldn’t put them all up, but we wanted to share them,” Lagarce said.
To tell Gannon’s history we need photos from the whole Gannon Family, and that’s you. Photos tell our history in a way that words never can. A pictorial history of Gannon has never been compiled, until now. “Our arrangement with Ohio State provides that opportunity,” Lagarce said.The restaurant has licensed the name Buckeye Hall of Fame Grill from the university.Charles Lagarce, president of Columbus Hospitality Management, which is running the restaurant for Nationwide Realty Investors, said he doesn’t think of the grill as a sports bar.“We like to refer to it as a sports-themed restaurant,” Lagarce said.The featured OSU paraphernalia includes trophies, T-shirts, programs, photographs, letters written by and sent to Woody Hayes, Howard “Hopalong” Cassidy’s Associated Press Athlete of the Year Award, and items dating back to the time of Chic Harley.Some tables even have portions of benches from Ohio Stadium incorporated into them.I’m especially interested in images of campus events, faculty and staff, and important milestones in Gannon’s history. ’74M was honored with the titles of president emeritus and board of trustees emeritus at the Fall 2016 Commencement Ceremony for the University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas. We’re also looking for photos of Villa Maria College, because you can’t tell Gannon’s story without Villa. Gallina, now in his 52nd year as a priest, retired in 2011 after 46 years of service to the church and lives in Erie. was recently named to the Hood College Athletic Hall of Fame in Frederick, Md. was a presenter at Kent State University’s Global Management Center Speaker Series. Agnese served as the eighth president of Incarnate Word beginning in 1985, when at the age of 33 he became one of the youngest college presidents in the United States, until his retirement in 2016.