This is a past event.

Pullman Walk of Fame induction

Ceremony will take place following the National Lentil Festival Grand Parade. The Walk of Fame was established in 2003 to honor individuals who have served the Pullman community in a significant way, promoted goodwill, improved the quality of life for Pullman residents or brought acclaim to the area through their contributions. This year’s inductees include: Famous Sports Figure: Lance Lincoln Lance has been a teacher for 27 years in the Pullman School District and coached baseball for more than 20 years with 10 league titles, two state championships and seven times named coach of the year. * Distinguished Resident: Munir Abdel-Massih Daud Munir started his career as a Project Engineer for the City of Pullman, and in 1975 he founded his own business: Munir Daud and Associates (MD+A), which provided engineering, architecture, and surveying services to the community for 48 years. Munir worked until the day he passed away, April 30. * Distinguished Members of the WSU Community: Ida Lou Anderson Ida Louise Anderson laid the foundation for excellence in communication and launched the careers of countless Washington State College students in broadcasting including Edward R. Murrow. She was born in Morganton, Tenn., and moved to Washington state as a small child, settling with her family in Colfax. She was stricken with polio as a child and persevered through serious physical limitations to excel in drama and public speaking.