The Knights of Distinction

The Knights of Distinction program has been established to honor special individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the Windsor Central School District or Graduates who have attained outstanding high school or lifetime achievements. These individuals shall be recognized publicly, and permanently honored at Windsor High School.
2016 Knights of Distinction 
Chief Master Sergeant Mark A. Bronson '90 
A graduate of Windsor Central High School Class of 1990. Chief Master Master Sergeant Bronson joined the Air Force in May 1992. Over the last 24 years Chief Bronson has risen in the ranks from a munitions systems journeyman to Command Chief Master Sergeant of the 628th Air Base Wing at Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina. During his tenure in the Air Force Chief Bronson has served in Maine, Florida, South Carolina, California, Texas, Colorado and Germany earning numerous major awards and decorations, including but not limited to, the Meritorious Service Medal with two bronze oak leaf clusters,  Air Force Commendation Medal with one bronze oak leaf cluster, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Armed Forces Service Medal and NATO Medal. 
Alfred Gorick '82 
 A graduate of the Windsor Central High School Class of 1982, Mr. Alfred Gorick earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Clarkson University. Upon graduation from Clarkson, Mr. Gorick settled in the Binghamton area founding Alfred Gorick Co, Inc. Shortly thereafter he became president of Gorick Construction Co, Inc. He has also since become the director of the national Demolition Association, designed and developed River Run II Golf Links, been named the Who's Who of Outstanding Business Executives, serves on the Town of Kirkwood Zoning Board, is a member of the United Way of Broome County board, a board member of the Southern Tier Hockey Association, as well as an avid supporter of the Windsor Central School District. 
William Grausgruber 
 Serving the Windsor Central School District for over 30 years as a teacher and mentor, as well as contributing to the Greater Binghamton Area for over 5 decades, Mr. William Grausgruber has left a lasting impression on numerous people. His contributions in the fields of painting and sculpture can be seen throughout the school district, local community, Southern Tier and beyond. He has won countless awards for his artwork, but more importantly, he has used his craft to give back to the community. 
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