Rexford W. Moffett
Sport(s): Basketball (Men's)
A leader both on and off the basketball court, rex Moffett was the top vote getter on the Associated Press all-Buckeye Conference team as well as an all-state performer as a senior at DePauw. Moffett was considered one of the best offensive and defensive basketball players in the state. He also was an end on the 1931 football team which captured the Indiana secondary championship. He was the president of the "D" Association as well as the Blue Key honorary society. Upon graduation in 1932, Moffett received the Walker Cup. He worked for two years with Goodyear before beginning a 35-year career with the Orrville (Ohio) Milk Co. Moffett served as general manager for eight years. He also served on the Board of Trustees of Dunlap Memorial Hospital for 15 years and as a director of the First National Bank of Orrville-Dalton.