Westerville North High School honored three of its distinguished alumni April 19 with induction into the school's Alumni Hall of Fame.

Westerville North High School honored three of its distinguished alumni April 19 with induction into the school's Alumni Hall of Fame.

Molly Geyen Hartnell, Annie Kafoure and Collins McGeorge were selected by the Superintendent's Student Advisory Committee as the 2013 class of Hall of Fame inductees.

The hall recognizes alumni who are successful in their careers and who have made significant contributions to their communities. Alumni are eligible for recognition 10 years after they graduate.

Hartnell, a 1996 graduate, works locally as a bankruptcy attorney, meaning she has helped many community members during the economic downturn of the previous few years, said husband Ben Hartnell, who nominated her.

Hartnell holds a bachelor of arts degree in political science and a bachelor of business administration in finance degree from Ohio University, where she participated in the university's Honors Tutorial College.

She earned her juris doctorate from Capital University Law School.

While at Westerville North, Hartnell was a member of the cross country and track teams and the National Honor Society, and worked as a reporter for the school's newspaper.

Hartnell lives in Westerville with her husband and their son, Fraser.

Kafoure is Westerville North's only Rhodes Scholar. She published a book, The Whale Dancers, while she was a student at North.

She is a 1997 North grad and graduated with highest honors from Miami University with a triple-major in English literature, creative writing and women's studies.

Kafoure earned a master's degree in English Renaissance literature from the University of Oxford and remained in England to teach at the Portsmouth Grammar School.

Kafoure has since returned to Oxford, Ohio, working as the senior assistant director for high ability recruitment and the junior scholars coordinator at Miami University.

McGeorge, a 1994 alumnus, works as a district sales representative for Industrial Magnetics Inc.

A Westerville resident, McGeorge is active in the community, volunteering with the Westerville Area Resource Ministry and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He is active in his church, Heritage Christian Church, is a member of the Blendon Lodge of the Free and Accepted Masons and serves as a member of the board of the Medallion Golf Club.

McGeorge also works as a youth football coach for i9 Sports.

At North, McGeorge was a member of the baseball and football teams, worked as an umpire and served as a spirit section leader.

He also is an alumnus of Bowling Green State University.

McGeorge is married and has three children: Emily, Grace and Clark.