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Tandy Overstreet

The family of the late Glenn Taubenheim was honored with a plaque at halftime of the football game Friday night, Sept. 7.

PCS honors Taubenheims

The family of the late Glenn Taubenheim, including his wife, Bonnie, children Clint Taubenheim and Shannon Vaughn and his grandchildren, were recognized with a plaque from Perkins County Schools at halftime of the football game Friday, Sept. 7. The school thanked Glenn and his family for the support and donations they provided to the school over the years. 

PCS Superintedent Phillip Picquet spoke of Glenn during the presentation, stating he made an indelible mark on Perkins County Schools for more than 40 years. 

He was a staple on the chain gang during football games and worked at the finish line for track events. In addition to providing his time to the youth, he also provided financial support and resources, while forsaking recognition. 

If something was needed, Glenn would have a hand in meeting that need. 

His family has continued his legacy by making a significant donation to the football, track and field, physical education and weight programs. 

On behalf of Perkins County Schools, Picquet expressed his gratitude and presented the plaque to the family. 


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