The Coach Hall Foundation Board of Directors

Frank Hall


Frank Hall is a husband, a father, a coach, a mentor. To the Chardon Schools and the Chardon community, Frank Hall is a hero. On February 27, 2012, Coach Hall chased a gunman from the Chardon High School cafeteria just seconds after three students were mortally wounded and another three were injured from gunfire. Coach […]

Tim Armelli


Mr. Tim Armelli is a 41-year educator and has been a member of the teaching staff at Chardon High School for 20 years. His was the voice heard over the Chardon High School PA system immediately after the shootings on February 27, 2012, instructing students and staff to “lock down”. His actions are credited with […]

Andy Fetchick

Vice President

Mr. Fetchik is currently the Director of Human Relations for Mayfield City Schools after spending two years as Principal of Mentor High School. Mr. Fetchik was the Principal of Chardon High School on February 27, 2012, the day of the shooting that left three students dead and three others injured. Mr. Fetchik was front and […]

Doug Snyder


Mr. Doug Snyder is a 26 year educator and has been a member of the Chardon staff for 19 years. Mr. Snyder currently is the Athletic Director for both Chardon Middle School and Chardon High Schools. He is the athletic director at Chardon High School and was engaged in a 911 call from the C.H.S. […]

Tom Connick

Board Clerk

Thomas J. Connick is the father of three sons, all of whom were in attendance at Chardon High School on 2-27-12, the day three students were shot and killed and three other students were injured. Mr. Connick’s sons were unharmed that day but were very much affected by the tragedy. Tom served the Chardon community […]

Bill Cushwa

Board Member

Mr. Bill Cushwa is a Founder and the CEO of National School Control Systems, LLC and Managing Partner of The Braveheart Group, LLC in Hudson, Ohio. Bill has more than 31 years experience working with children and improving their circumstances. It is through working with elected officials, community leaders, and school administrators on student safe