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Steve Gandee inducted into Glenville State College Athletic Hall of Fame

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August 1, 2008
Clarksburg member and Litigation chair, Steve Gandee, was inducted into the 2008 class of the Curtis Elam Athletic Hall of Fame at Glenville State College on Saturday, May 19. Gandee, known as “Reno” to his teammates and friends, is a native of Clendenin, West Virginia and Herbert Hoover High School . He graduated from Glenville State College in 1982. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame for his accomplishments as a member of the football and baseball teams. While at Glenville, he scored a total of 127 points for the football team, which included eight touchdowns and a, then school record, forty-seven yard field goal. As a pitcher for the baseball team he finished his career with a winning record. He was captain of the football team in 1981 and the baseball team in 1981 and 1982. Gandee’s involvement with sports did not end with his college career. After receiving an MBA from West Virginia University, he returned to Glenville where he coached and taught until entering law school. For the past twenty-four years, he has been officiating high school basketball in West Virginia and for the last 14 years college basketball in the WVIAC . He was presented by his former coaches, Ollie Pottmeyer (baseball) and fellow inductee Earl “Whitey” Adolfson (football).