Walk of Fame Honorees
Those to be honored:
Thomas Ustick Walter, 1804-1887: Nationally renowned architect, designed the U.S. Capitol dome, the historic county courthouse, and West Chester's Horticulture Hall.
N.C. Wyeth, 1882-1945: A founder of the Chester County Art Association. His illustrations of Scribner's "Treasure Island" secured his fame as illustrator.
A state representative, was the first woman on West Chester Borough Council. She advocated for child care, women's rights, the elderly, and education.
Clifford DeBaptiste, 1924-present: Founder of DeBaptiste Funeral Home, served as mayor of West Chester from 1994 to 2002. Widely known for his business acumen, civic and religious leadership, and philanthropy.
Phillip Jamison, 1925-present: Considered one of America's premier watercolor artists.
Charles Swope, 1930-2003: President of the First National Bank, Marine Corps veteran, community and civic leader, and West Chester University board president.
Addy Kelly, 1936-2005: Cofounder of Kelly's Sports, the Little All American Football Association, and West Chester Area Sports Association.
SOURCE: West Chester Walk of Fame committee