KMEA Hall of Fame
1975
Frank A. Beach
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1975
Walter J. Duerksen
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1975
E. Thayer Gaston
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1975
Henry Edward Malloy
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1975
Russell L. Wiley
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1976
Albert W. Hodges
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1976
Harold G. Palmer
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1977
Gerald M. Carney
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1977
James L. Kerr
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1977
Kenneth Thompson
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1978
William G. Altimari
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1978
J. Milford Crabb
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1978
Arthur G. Harrell
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1978
N. Voss Napier
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1978
Robert Senner
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1978
Catharine Strouse
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1979
Wayne Snodgrass
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1979
Ross O. Williams
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1980
Howard B. Harms
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1980
F. Robert Hollowell
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1980
Grace V. Wilson
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1981
William H. Beck
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1981
Elmer L. Snell
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1981
Les Sperling
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1982
James Ceasar
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1982
James P. Robertson
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1982
Joseph J. Weigand
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1983
Matt Betton
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1983
Jessie Lillian Clark
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1983
Genevieve F. Hargiss
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1983
Leoti Hall Newland
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1984
Howard Ellis
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1984
Curt Engwicht
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1985
Paul Chilen
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1985
David T. Lawson
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1985
Ralph Wallingford
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1986
J. Abbie Clarke Hogan
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1986
Markwood Holmes
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1986
Herbert C. Richert
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1987
Dale P. Creitz
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1987
August S. Trollman
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1987
Joyce Wentz
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1988
Howard Halgedahl
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1989
Wendell L. Hodges
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1989
Clayton H. Krehbiel
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1989
E. Edwin Moyers
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1990
Lyle Dilley
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1991
Kenneth B. Tebow
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1991
Paul W. Wohlgemuth
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1992
William H. Stoskopf
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1993
Ed Craig
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1993
Forrest Davidson
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1994
Gary Fletcher
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1994
James L. Hardy
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1995
Harold A. Decker
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1995
Marilyn Killian
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1996
Cecil J. Riney
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1996
Norma Jean Seaton
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1996
Dan Zollars
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1997
Donald Corbett
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1997
James S. Ralston
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1998
Larry J. Harris
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1999
Floyd Carl Hedberg
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1999
Robert A. Steinbauer
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2000
Phyllis Glass
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2000
Joe Graves
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2000
Vernon Nicholson
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2001
Harrison Boughton
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2001
Ray Linder
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2001
Rudolf E. Radocy
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2001
David S. Stuewe
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2002
David E. Circle
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2002
Melbern W. Nixon
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2002
Larry R. Williams
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2003
George N. Heller
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2004
Marilyn Foree
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2005
John Albertson
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2005
Edwin E. Bartley
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2005
Vaughn A. Lippoldt
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2006
Dwight Beckham
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2006
Cliff Manning
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2006
Ken Shaheen
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2007
Jacquelyn Dillon-Krass
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2007
Robert Lee
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2009
Gayle McMillen
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2009
Melvin "Bud" Schuette
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2010
Steve E. Eubank
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2010
Kenneth Forsyth
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2010
Robert Foster
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2010
David Gish
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2011
Jack Samuel Ballard
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2011
Suzanne "Sam" Stricklin
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2012
Daniel Commerford
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2012
Marlin Cooper
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2012
Janeal Crabb Krehbiel
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2013
William "Bill" Lilley
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2013
Victor R. Sisk
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2013
David K. Will
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2014
Dana Hamant
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2014
John Huber
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2014
Walter "Bud" Meisel
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2014
Jean Severance Ney
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2015
Ray James
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2015
Arthur Jay Steinberg
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2016
Kathlyn M. Lindberg
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2016
Texanna Ollenberger
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2016
Holly Taylor
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2016
John W. Taylor
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2017
Terry J. Barham
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2017
Elaine Denise Bernstorf
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2017
Patricia Lee Harry
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2017
Marion King Roberts
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2017
John Jay Selzer
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2018
T. Jeffrey Anderson
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2018
Avian R. Bear
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2018
William Clausing
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2018
Gerald Gipson
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Terry J. Barham
Inducted in 2017

Terry J. Barham received his Bachelor's in Music Education from the University of Oklahoma, his Master's in Music Education from the University of Illinois, and his Ph.D in Music Education from the University of Oklahoma. Terry's teaching career began in Illinois, Wisconsin, Arizona, then on to Emporia State University, ending as adjunct Professor of Music at UMKC. Terry has supervised student teachers, conducted innumerable choirs of all ages, taught choral arranging, choral conducting, and as a published author and authority on the boys changing voice, he is known throughout the choral music world.

Terry's service to the profession includes being the National Coordinator of State and Division Newsletters for ACDA (American Choral Directors Association), while also being Editor of The Choral Journal, ChorTeach the online magazine for ACDA, Common Times through the Southwestern Division of ACDA, and the Kansas ACDA Newsletter.

Jason Sickel, a former student of Terry's says "Thanks to his in-depth research and subsequent books on understanding the changing male adolescent voice, Dr. Barham became one of the leading experts in the field of middle school/junior high vocal development. Because his findings were proven over and over again as he worked with middle school students from all over the country, he prepared his college students to be highly successful middle level and high school level choral directors."

Performing Artist Michael Swickard, with Walt Disney World, says, "Dr. Terry Barham, the professor, is impressive. Dr. Terry Barham, the man, is remarkable. He lives his life as a passionate example to others—he is a true role model for me."

Fellow teacher and parent Pam Smith Kelly sums it up very well—"Most educators know Dr. Terry Barham as a college professor, author, adjudicator, arranger, composer, mentor and conductor. I am honored to say that I love and respect Dr. Terry Barham as a wonderful, genuine, kind man whose depth of knowledge, love for teaching and love for people have enriched my life, my son's life and the lives of thousands of students in the state of Kansas and the world."