Salisbury Township School District Inducts Two More Wall of Honor Alumni!

by Lynn Fuini-Hetten on November 29, 2017

At the Salisbury Township School District November Board Meeting, Dr. Ziegenfuss and Mrs. Fuini-Hetten recognized two Alumni Wall of Honor Inductees. Our inductees make us Falcon Proud!


Chef Lee Chizmar is the chef and owner of Bolete Restaurant, Salisbury Township and Mr. Lee’s Noodles, Easton Farmer’s Market.  After graduating from Salisbury Township School District in 1994, he graduated from The Culinary Institute of America 2000. He has won multiple recognitions including – Semi-finalist for 2015 James Beard Award in the Mid-Atlantic.  Bolete was recently named “Most Popular Restaurant in Pennsylvania” by People Magazine, and in 2014 Open Table named Bolete one of the “Top 100 Best Restaurants in America.”  Chef Chizmar has also given back to the community. In April 2017, he participated in a 300 mile, 3 day event “Chefs Cycle for No Kid Hungry” in Santa Rosa, California, with his team “Wheels of Thyme”. The event raised money to help provide meals to children facing hunger.




Ms. Kerri Sigler is an accomplished attorney at law practicing in North Carolina.  After graduating from Salisbury Township School District in 1998, she graduated from Elon University 2002 and Elon School of Law in 2009.   She has worked as a public defender, is currently a criminal defense attorneey, has been published in the Elon Law Review, and has worked with Catholic Charities to feed the homeless.   Ms. Sigler also started a non-profit called Phoenix Rising to battle addiction by supporting local drug courts, funding treatment and launching awareness campaigns. Other volunteer efforts have included running shelters in Louisiana after Hurrican Katrina and Habitat for Humanity in Honduras.  Ms. Sigler said, “The best of us – no matter which side we’re on – all want the same thing: to identify and solve the problems.”


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Barb Jaindl November 29, 2017 at 4:18 pm

So rewarding as a teacher of these former grads to see how successful they have become via their chosen life paths! I’m hopeful that some of the characteristics they have developed were initiated here at STSD–even at our elementary schools!


Catie November 30, 2017 at 1:16 am

We have accomplished alumni. You shoud consider David Maddochik as well for the wall of honor!


Catie November 30, 2017 at 1:19 am

Madochik* excuse me I couldn’t edit it.


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