Active from 1950-1954 • Inducted in 1978
A four-year basketball starter, Servas was the team captain as a senior. He is a two-time All-American Honorable Mention and three-time First-Team All-Northwest Conference selection. He led the team in rebounding all four years and was the top scorer three years, and had a career average of 13.4 points and 13.4 rebounds in 109 games. (Charter member of Hall of Fame)
After graduating from L&C and receiving his Masters Degree from the University of Oregon, Servas taught, coached, and was vice-principal at Sandy HS. Servas then became a teacher, coach, and supervisor at Centennial HS, serving as principal from 1970-77 and then assistant superintendent for instruction from 1977-88. In 1988, Servas was employed by Northwest Regional Education Laboratory for 20 years as a consultant for the School Improvement Program working with over 1000 schools throughout the U.S. He and his wife, Kay, celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary this year. They currently live in Vancouver, Wash.
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