Hall Of Fame Inductees
The individuals nominated should have made a significant impact or positive influence that assures the future of our industry in the lives of generations to come.
Once nominated, an individual’s biography and photo are updated on the site, and he or she is placed in the polls for voting. At the end of the year the committee takes into consideration the votes and decides which candidates are inducted.
Those with a star (*) next to their name below were either inducted posthumously or have passed away since being inducted.
- Person with integrity and passion
- Minimum 20 years in industry
- Someone who has developed or invented new technology
- Has made contributions that resulted in change
- Contributed to mankind’s needs in his field
- Provided education and encouragement with self-sacrifice
- Changed the industry
Gus Campbell Fleming (1964-2008). Gus has had an impact on all who had the opportunity to cross his path and will be greatly missed by the world. Gus was a 20-year Hunter employee who worked in the distribution center and later moved to sales. About three years ago Gus was diagnosed with A.L.S. (Lou Gherig's disease). Gus never lost his sense of humor, and, as he always did, faced the new challenges of each day with great strength and dignity.
Gus and his family thank all of you who helped out over the past three years. From the remodeling of his house, sharing lunch or other meals, to transportation, and everything else, the show of support from his friends helped Gus and the family make it through this time.
Gus has three children: Baylee, 16; Sage, 14; and Bryce, 10. One of Gus's biggest concerns about his affliction was the welfare of his children.