College of Health Sciences

West Chester University

Dr. Linda Adams, Dean
Sturzebecker Health Sciences Center
West Chester, PA 19383
610-436-2825
ladams@wcupa.edu


1998 Hall of Fame Inductees

Coren
Benedict Coren
DeSerafino
Raymond DiSerafino
Greenwood
Mildred-Lee "Mimi" Greenwood
Robinson
Millard P. Robinson


Benedict Coren, B.S., '48, M.Ed. '61, Ed.D.

  • Distinguished alumni award from West Chester University 1998
  • Awarded first master's degree from West Chester University 1961
  • Graduate New Mexico University with doctor of education degree 1970
  • Professor of Physical Education and Recreation, Cheyney University
  • Chairman and found of the Sturzebecker Alumni Hall of Fame
  • Football honors: All Pacific Coast center at University Reno Nevada selected by United Press 1944; first West Chester University football player to receive Little All American Guard and Honorable Mention All American 1947 by the Associated Press All Pennsylvania State and All East Coast
  • Assistant football coach Dickinson College 1948-52
  • Head football coach Henderson High School, West Chester, PA 1952-57
  • Chairman of the testimonial dinners for Dr. Russell L. Sturzebecker and Dr. Glenn Killinger
  • Inducted into the Killinger Foundation Football Hall of Fame 1981
  • Played football in Burley Bowl at Johnson City Tennessee and the Cigar Bowl in Tampa Florida 1947-1948
  • Inducted into the Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame 2002
  • Inducted into Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame, Delaware County Chapter 1997
  • Inductee and Co-Chairman and founder of Cheyney University Hall of Fame
  • Received the Legion of Honor Gold Medallion from The Chapel of Four Chaplains, 1998

Raymond DiSerafino, B.S. '49, M.Ed. '64, M.S.

  • Teacher, coach, athletic director, principal at Downingtown High School
  • Raymond F. DiSerafino Football Stadium dedicated 1984 Downingtown High School
  • Downingtown H.S. Blue Ribbon Award given by President Ronald Reagan, 1984
  • World War Ii Purple Heart veteran
  • Killinger Foundation Hall of Fame

Mildred-Lee "Mimi" Greenwood, B.S., M.Ed.

  • Teacher, coach, advisor, author
  • First WCU varsity volleyball coach
  • Co-ordinator, National Field Hockey Tournament
  • Delegate, first organizational meeting to establish National Women's Athletic Program
  • Delaware County Community College Trustee
  • Chaplain of the Four Chaplains Award
  • Pennsylvania School Boards Association Honors for 24 years on William Penn School Board
  • Ordained Episcopal Deacon

Millard P. Robinson, B.S. '36, M.Ed.*

  • Author and teacher of health & physical education and coach for forty years at high school and collegiate levels
  • Awarded 13 letters at WCU in football, basketball, baseball, track & golf
  • Member WCU Hall of Fame in basketball, football and baseball
  • Member Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame
  • Member Pennsylvania Lacrosse Hall of Fame
  • Member Basketball Hall of Fame,, as member of 1946 U.S. Navy National Championship Team
  • Member WCU 100th Anniversary Basketball All-Star Squad
  • Originator of WCU Golden Ram mascot in 1934
  • World War II veteran
  • Delaware County VFS Man of the Year


*Deceased