Bloomington High School, District 87 induct 3 into their halls of fame
Bloomington High School and District 87 have inducted two graduates and a longtime educator into their halls of fame.
T. Markus Funk and Anne Wylie-Weiher are the newest inductees into the Bloomington High School Hall of Fame, according to a district news release.
Funk graduated from BHS in 1987 and went on to teach law at a number of top universities, including Harvard, Yale, Oxford and Chicago. He also prosecuted the country's most extensive mob-murder case, later featured in the Martin Scorsese movie "Casino.”
Wylie-Weiher is a 1964 graduate. She is a two-time cancer survivor who lobbied for cancer research funding. Wylie-Weiher was at the White House when President Bill Clinton signed major breast cancer legislation. She also works with people and families of those diagnosed with mental illness and advocates for better treatment.
District 87 has inducted longtime educator Maureen Svob into its hall of fame. Svob served 32 years as a learning behavior special education teacher at Irving Elementary School. Svob founded an after-school girls’ group and started a sensory garden for students who struggle with sensory and movement disabilities.
The inductees will be recognized at halftime of the Bloomington High School homecoming football game Friday night.