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Christchurch to induct three into hall of fame

On Saturday, October 13, three Christchurch School alumni will be inducted into the Christchurch Hall of Fame for Lifetime and Athletic Achievement. The three inductees are Roger Moorman ’39 for Lifetime Achievement; Ward “Buck” Scull ’61 for Lifetime Achievement; and Fielding Crawford ’99 for Athletic Achievement.

Moorman, originally from Gloucester, was a sailor, a Merchant Marine, and inventor of the Mobjack.

Scull of Newport News is a businessman and community advocate, and was the 2009 Daily Press Citizen-of-the-Year.

Fielding, originally of Williamsburg, was an All-American lacrosse player and currently teaches social studies and coaches lacrosse at Atlee High School in Mechanicsville.  

The public is invited to the Christchurch School Hall of Fame ceremony, which will take place at 9:30 a.m. in The David and Wendy Charlton Fine & Performing Arts Center in Marston Hall on the school’s campus. There is no charge for the event. For more information, contact Huntley Galleher in the school’s Alumni and Development Office at 804-758-2306, ext. 135, or email

posted 09.27.2018

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