The St. Clair County Sports Hall of Fame Board Members also serve as the Selection Committe for new inductions.
Gary Hanner is associate editor of the St. Clair Times. He was inducted into the HOF in 2010. He was the first member of the media to be inducted. After the untimely death of HOF president Larry Bothwell, the executive committee named Hanner the new president at its meeting in April 2013.
Brenda Riddle is co-treasurer of the HOF. She was inducted into the HOF in 2010. She established the volleyball and softball programs at St. Clair County High School during her years of coaching and teaching. She also sponsored the cheerleaders and coached basketball. She currently serves as a member of the Odenville City Council.
Kim Layton is the secretary of the HOF. She is a paraprofessional and Volleyball Coach at St. Clair County High School, and the daughter of HOF member Brenda Riddle. While growing up in a sports centered family, she thought the sports pioneers in the county were world famous and enjoys honoring them today.
Kim Harbuck Wiley
Kim Wiley was inducted to the HOF in 2008. As Softball coach at Moody High School she finished with a record of 227-87 in which 37 of her players received scholarships. Her team participated in six state tournaments finishing in 2nd and 3rd Place. They were the first 4A team in the state to go to fast pitch. Kim also coached volleyball and basketball, as well as serving as the cheerleading and dance team sponsor. She continues to teach at Moody High School.