Walk of Fame

Cowboy Capital Walk of Fame
Mission Statement

The “Cowboy Capital Walk of Fame” is designed to recognize the significance of the Western heritage which is an integral part of Stephenville and the surrounding area. By honoring those outstanding individuals, both local and national, who have achieved worldwide acclaim, the “Walk of Fame” seeks to promote tourism by establishing a permanent tourist attraction. The goal of the “Cowboy Capital Walk of Fame” is to serve as a catalyst for tourism events and activities which promote the Western Heritage theme.

(Provided by Chamber of Commerce)

The Cowboy Capital Walk of Fame on the square pays special tribute to just a few of the many residents that have made lasting contributions to the western way of life here. In 1988 the idea became reality upon the first induction of the first members to the Cowboy Walk of Fame.

The Cowboy Capital Walk of Fame recognizes the need to preserve our Western Heritage.
1988 Inductees & Charter Members
George & Beulah Brown
Everett & Eva Colborn
Kay Floyd
Sherwood Foster
Tuff Hedeman
G.K. & Nita Lewallen
Ty Murray
Jim Sharp
Harry Tompkins
Kobie & Paula Wood
2000 Inductees
Bob Doty
Chick Elms
Joe & Chitchi Fambro
Walt & Debbie Garrison
J.M. “Junior” McNeill
Buster Welch
Isora Young
TSU National Intercollegiate Rodeo Champions
1969, 1970, 1971
Angie Watts Averhoff
Sally Preston
Karen Walls
Vicki Higgins Emerson
Connie Wilkinson Wood
Martha Tompkins Wright
Sharon Harrison Youngblood
TSU National Intercollegiate Rodeo Champions
Billy Albin
Charley Bitters
Johnny Kirk Edmondson
Bobby Hungate
Lionel Lane
Randy Magers
2001 Inductees
Guy Allen
Faye Marburger Ramsey
Tom Reeves
Terry & Delia Walls
2002 Inductees
Ethel Lewallen
George Doak
Jimmy Anderson
2003 Inductees
Joy (Gordon) Hawks
Toby & Jean Stone
Monty “Hawkeye” Henson
Junior Meek