EVANSVILLE, Ind. — There are various framed photographs on the walls of Ken Wempe’s property place of work.

Truthfully, the modest area can not healthy them all. Numerous find house in the visitor bedroom following doorway. Just about every photograph signifies a unique golfing group Wempe coached for the duration of his time at North Large School.

He’ll sometimes sit in his business office and search at them to reminisce. The recollections prompt him to never get rid of sight of the journey. Relocating ahead, they’ll remind him that what this software attained did in truth materialize.

The coach counted himself blessed to be a aspect of it.

Wempe, 77, introduced his retirement as the North Significant College girls’ golfing mentor efficient at the stop of the university year. He explained to the present-day players in a assembly on Wednesday.

North girls golf coach Ken Wempe watches the team practice at Victoria National Golf Club in 2019. He officially announced his retirement after nine years with the Huskies, who won six state championships.

The assumed of stepping aside had been on his brain given that winning the program’s sixth condition championship in Oct. Wempe mentioned numerous commitments ended up starting to conflict with his golf schedule.

“We have definitely savored this,” Wempe stated though reminiscing about every single photo. “It can be been a wonderful 9 many years and so numerous great youngsters. I consider so significantly of all of them. It is really been a specific time.”