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Mrs. Ruby D. Hrelec Peltz – Class of 1967

We are pleased to announce the next inductee to the Campbell Memorial High School Alumni Association Hall of Fame Class of 2024.

Mrs. Ruby D. Hrelec Peltz – Class of 1967

It is, indeed, an honor to induct another stellar Campbell City Schools educator into our 5th CMHSAA Hall of Fame. Mrs. Peltz, a 1967 CMHS graduate, served as a teacher in Campbell City Schools for 35 years. She and her husband, Ken, a 1965 Campbell graduate, never left the city of their ancestors, choosing to raise and educate their two sons in Campbell to offer them the same level of quality education that they had received.

She was always an advocate and champion of her students, in and out of the classroom. Among her many altruistic events, she served for many years as president of the Campbell Academic Association, chairperson of the CAA scholarship committee, coordinator of Camp Fitch student trips, and chairperson of Family Math Night. Mrs. Peltz was always a favorite of her students, her colleagues and her staff, because she was willing to go beyond the perfunctory performance of her duties and really make a difference in people’s lives. This is evidenced by her attainment of many educator awards.

Ruby was, and remains, a most devoted Campbell advocate. Despite a demanding personal schedule, Ruby is always ready to take on a challenge, found an organization, or coordinate an event that would shine a positive light on the city she loves.

At the initial CMHSAA meeting, Ruby and Ken pledged to become founding trustees of our fledging association--- she has never floundered in her commitment since that day and is a stalwart defender of all things Campbell!

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Mrs. Ruby D. Hrelec Peltz – Class of 1967