Philip Kiko, Zachery Meissner, Tricia Hawke and Shawn Lutz were inducted into Jackson's Wall of Fame.

JACKSON TWP.  The Jackson High School Alumni Association inducted four new members into the school's Wall of Fame earlier this year.

Inductees include:

Philip Kiko, Class of 1969 - While at Jackson, Kiko participated in football and wrestling, but it is his accomplishments after leaving Jackson that lead him to the Wall of Fame. After graduation from then Mount Union College and George Mason University School of Law, he became a member of the D.C. Bar and the Virginia State Bar. Since 1979, Kiko has held numerous positions in Washington, D.C., such as chief of staff and general counsel for Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner, Departments of Education and Interior, Science Committee deputy staff director (working with the International Space Station), served as principle House negotiator on the USA Patriot Act, staff committee on House Administration and the Select Committee on Benghazi. Most recently, he was sworn in as permanent chief administrative officer of the House by Speaker Paul Ryan. He has been an active community member working with Boy Scout Troop 624, president of the St. Charles PTO and chairman of their Board of Regents.
Zachery Meissner, Class of 2002 - Meissner earned his spot on the Wall of Fame as an outstanding wrestler both during his time at Jackson and at Ashland University. He was 2002 state wrestling champion, 2002 co-wrestler of the year, three-time All Federal League and three-time All-County. He was a four-time letter winner and a three-time national qualifier while attending Ashland University. He also placed in many tournaments. Meissner was named to the Stark County Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2012 and is head wrestling coach at Northwest High School and middle school physical education teacher. In addition, he has coached several state place athletes from the school.
Tricia (Plum) Hawke, Class of 1992 - Hawke was a four-year letter winner in basketball, four-year letter winner in volleyball, four-year member of the Purple Army marching and concert bands and is listed in Who’s Who of American High School Students. Hawke went on to play four years of college basketball at Wilmington College. She has served for the last 22 years as Jackson's athletic trainer, spending many hours attending games, taping athletes, evaluating injuries, helping with treatment and rehab. She also devotes many hours to the community volunteering her trainer services at different events.
Shawn Lutz, Class of 1991 – During his junior and senior years at Jackson, Lutz was an outstanding athlete, excelling in football and basketball. In football, he was a two-year letter winner, part of two Federal League championships, named All Federal League and All County in 1989, then in 1990 he was named All Federal League, All County, All Inland, All Northeast Ohio, All State, played in the North-South All Star Game, led the county in receptions and broke school record in catches. He went on to play football and was a three-year letter winner at West Virginia University. In basketball, Lutz was a two-year letter winner, two-year All Federal League, All County and among the top five rebounders in school history. Shawn is head football coach at Slippery Rock University after many years as an assistant coach for the school.