2010 Hall of Fame HonoreesAt the Livingston Education Foundation's Inaugural Livingston High School Hall of Fame Fundraising Dinner to be held Saturday, October 16, 2010, three alumni will be honored.Harlan Coben (Class of 1980)Author of many #1 bestsellers and with over 47 millions copies of his books in print, Mr. Coben is an internationally known author of mystery novels and thrillers. Many of his characters appear in settings in and around the New York and New Jersey area, including his own hometown of Livingston! To read more about him, visit his website by clicking here.Jennifer Goodman Linn (Class of 1989)Ms. Linn combined her determination as a cancer survivor and expertise in marketing to co-found Cycle for Survival, an indoor team cycling fundraiser that supports research on rare or "orphan" cancers. To read more about her story, click here.Major General Glenn K. Rieth (Class of 1976)Major General Rieth was appointed as the 30th Adjutant General of New Jersey. He commands Soldiers and Airmen of the NJ Army and Air National Guard, directs, controls and manages the New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs in the execution of federal and state missions, and manages all state veterans' programs, commissions and facilities in New Jersey. To learn more about his distinguished career, click here.2011 HonoreeJoanne Silberner (Class of 1973)Ms. Silberner is an artist in residence in the Department of Communication at the University of Washington; does free lance work for National Public Radio (NPR) and other public radio outlets covering medicine, health reform and changes in the health care marketplace. For more information about Ms. Silberner, click here.