PHS Hall of Fame

Pampa High School Class of 1966 - Hall of Fame


David Cain

A native of Pampa, Texas, David Harvey Cain was born on November 13, 1947. He is the son of retired 223rd District Court Judge Don Cain, Sr. and Betty Anne Culberson Cain. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Culberson of Pampa and Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Cain of Dallas. He has two brothers, Don and Randy, and a sister, Dale Husen. David credits his father with impressing upon him the value of public service and teaching him to examine all sides of an issue. And from his mother, a former school teacher, David learned the importance of education and family. Cain attended grade school at Sam Houston and later Stephen F. Austin Elementary and his junior high years were spent at the former Robert E. Lee Middle School, known today as Pampa Middle School. David played both football and basketball in junior high and in the ninth grade was elected mayor by the student body. David was an active member of the First United Methodist Church and played in the bell choir. He received the God and Country Award in Scouting and earned the rank of Eagle Scout at the age of 13. Read David Cain's full bio here »


Steve J. Martin

Steve J. Martin is the third of four children born to Naomi and Bill Martin. Naomi, a Registered Nurse, worked for 40 years for a variety of Pampa health care facilities, including the Worley and Highland General Hospitals and the Kelly-Laycock Clinic. After she retired, Naomi continued serving the community as a volunteer for the Pampa Hospice, which inspired Steve to work with the Texas Legislature to create one of the first prison-based hospice programs. Bill worked for the Railroad Commission and TransWestern Pipeline during Steve’s school years, and was always involved in Steve's and his two brothers’ extracurricular activities, including scouting and sports. Read Steve Martin's full bio here»


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