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Music professor to be inducted into Titan Hall of Fame

Posted on 8/17/2018

Kyle Mack
Mack
NDSU Challey School of Music announced Kyle D. Mack, professor of low brass, is scheduled to be inducted into the Dickinson Trinity High School's Titan Hall of Fame Saturday, Sept. 8.

Mack's first full-time teaching position brought him to Trinity High School in 1981 to 1983, where was the instrumental music director and founded the jazz program. He also was the school's tennis coach.

Mack has also been inducted into the Hall of Fame at Bismarck St. Mary's Central High School where he attended high school from 1974-1977. Mack earned his undergraduate degree in instrumental and vocal music from Dickinson State University in 1981; he later was inducted as a "Distinguished Alumni Fellow" in 2009.

Earlier this year, Mack received the National Band Association's North Dakota Outstanding Jazz Educator Award and became a member of the NDSU Quarter Century Club for 25 years of service.

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