An FBI agent, a Hollywood set designer and a doctor are among the 2019 inductees to Omaha North High School’s hall of fame.

The new Vikings of Distinction will be honored at an induction ceremony next month. Since the program first began in 1983, 228 alumni, former faculty members and friends of the school have been honored.

This year, another North Star has been selected. The posthumous award recognizes distinguished alumni. A scholarship will be given in the honoree’s memory.

The inductees and their year of graduation:

Dr. Lori James Bryant, 1991

A pediatrician and director of medical informatics at Hyde Park Pediatrics in Cincinnati. Her love for science, technology and serving others has been the inspiration for her success. She is a career mentor in her community and a guest speaker at many events.

Tim Croshaw, 1995

A senior set designer, he has collaborated on movies for the Marvel Cinematic Universe and other film studios. He has done set designs for television series in major studios in Los Angeles.

Robert M. Nelson, 1962

A managing partner of Nelson Murphy Insurance & Investments. He was a commissioned naval intelligence officer in the 1960s and continued to serve in the Navy Reserves, retiring as a captain in 1994. He helped set up Omaha’s First Responders Foundation and served on its executive committee.

Phyllis Jones Watson, 1976

After graduating from law school, she spent more than two decades as a special agent, supervisory special agent and unit chief with the FBI. She also is a professor at the University of Maryland.

Lee “Doc” Kallstrom, former teacher, 1989-2015

He was the leader of North’s engineering department and taught classes in design, technology, global studies in science and technology, civil engineering and architecture management. He and his students helped develop the first renderings and the proposal to the Omaha Public Schools board of what is now North’s engineering building, the Haddix Center.

2019 North Star

Scott Bostwick, 1979

A football player at Nebraska Wesleyan University, he became a defense coordinator after graduating. He held the same position at Western Washington University and Northwest Missouri State University. He died unexpectedly June 5, 2011.