Alumni Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame Honoree Billy Moore attended Del City High School 1972-1975. Upon graduation from high school Mr. Moore attended Oklahoma City Community College/South Oklahoma City Junior College and completing his bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of Oklahoma in 1979. Mr. Moore completed his masters in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of Oklahoma in 1993.
Mr. Moore received the Dean’s Honor Roll Scholarship while attending the University of Oklahoma and was awarded Gaylord College of Journalism Distinguished Alumni recognition.
He made the Oklahoma City Community College Dean’s Honor Roll and a member of the Alumni Hall of Fame. He was nominated twice for the Heartland Emmy Award. He was awarded 3 National Telly Video Awards and the Aegis Award of Excellence.
He is listed in Who’s Who in Entertainment and Who’s Who in America. He received the Distinguished Service Award for Preservation of State and Local History and inducted in to the Oklahoma Historians Hall of Fame.
Mr. Moore is currently involved with the new OKPOP Museum to open in Tulsa in 2021 and the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, for the Apollo Program.
He has worked as a video Production Specialist at the Oklahoma Historical Society and Archivist in Film and Tape Archives and Video Productions.
Volunteer with the Oklahoma Air and Space Hall of Fame Inductees and served on The Board for Stafford Air and Space Museum in Weatherford Oklahoma and the Claremore Historical Society, Tulsa Air and Space Museum and the National Weather Center.
Also serving on many Oklahoma state committees including:
Wiley Post’s Centennial , the Apollo 10--40th Anniversary, Oklahomans and Space events, Apollo-Soyuz 40th Anniversary, The Gemini 6 & 7 50th Anniversary, Produced the video for the Wright Brothers Award, and worked with team of designers on the new Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City.
The 2018 inductees are: Lindsay Ashley Gutierrez, Class of 2001 and Billy Moore, Class of 1975.
Lindsay Ashley Gutierrez
Hall of Fame Honoree Lindsay Ashley Gutierrez attended Del City High School from1999-2001. Upon graduation from high school, Ms. Gutierrez completed a bachelors in theater from Lee University in 2006. She also completed a masters in Human Relations from Oklahoma University in 2016 and currently attending Arizona State University working on a masters in social work, focusing on policy change and veteran needs.
Ms. Gutierrez served in the United States Air Force/Security Forces from 2010-2016 where she attained the rank of Staff Sergeant. In October of 2017, she was crowned Ms. Veteran America (MVA) and this is not a pageant, but a competition created by a former homeless woman veteran to be an ambassador for Final Salute Inc., a non-profit helping homeless women veterans regain their independence.
Ms. Gutierrez received many honors while serving in the Air Force. In 2013, Ms. Gutierrez was awarded the 48th Fighter Wing Installation Commander’s Unit Ground Safety Representative for the Quarter, the outstanding Unit Ground Safety Program, and the Security Forces Squadron Airman of the Quarter, 3rd Quarter.
In 2014 she was nominated for the 48th Fighter Wing Volunteer of the year and nominated in 2015 for Airman Leadership School Commandant Award. She received the Air Force Achievement Medal and the 48th Security Forces Squadron Outstanding Airman of the year in 2015. She was nominated for the Non-Commissioned Officer of the Quarter, 2nd Quarter in 2016.
Ms. Gutierrez Community & Public Service includes:
- Veterans First Light-member of Board of Trustees
- American Legion Auxiliary Unit #336, Commander 2018-2019, the post’s first and youngest woman commander.
- American Legion Auxiliary Unit #336, 2nd Vice President 2018-2019.
- Member of the South Central Georgia Homeless Task Force
- Key spouse for the 23rd Maintenance Squadron at Moody Air Force Base
- Volunteers with D.A.R.E (Defending, Advocating Rescuing Education) Animal Rescue, The Haven (a domestic violence shelter)
- Habitat for Humanity, serves as Community Volunteer Leader, Pillowcase Project Presenter liaison for veteran/military initiatives with the American Red Cross
- Knockout for Girls, a non-profit empowering underprivileged girls through boxing