nCelebrating with the recipients of the Distinguished Alumni Award, l. to r.:
President Ken Ruscio ’76, Meredith
Attwell Baker ’90, president and
CEO, CTIA—The Wireless Asso-
ciation; Mary H. Hipp ’90, civic and
nonprofit leader; William G. Broad-
dus ’65, lawyer with McGuire Woods,
former attorney general of Virginia;
and Beau Dudley ’74, ’79L, executive
director of alumni affairs. The fourth
recipient of the DAA was unable to
attend: Max L. Shapira ’65, president,
Heaven Hill Distilleries.
50TH REUNION GIFT
President Ruscio accepts the
generous 50th reunion gift from
(l. to r.) Dick Kreitler, Jim
De Young, Ashley Allen and Jody
Brown, all Class of 1965.
25TH REUNION GIFT
President Ruscio thanks Carrie Jen-
nings Holloway ’90 and Thomas
Sheehan ’90 for the wonderful 25th
reunion class gift.
◗ THE REUNION BOWL goes to the class with the highest percentage of
members registered for the weekend. With 36 percent in attendance: Class
◗ THE REUNION TROPHY is awarded to the class with the greatest number
of members registered for the weekend. With 133 registrants: Class of 1990
(tying the record for the largest 25th-reunion attendance in school history).
◗ REUNION TRAVELLER award for farthest distance traveled to reunion:
Cammie Seymour ’90, from Clermont, France.
Claire Williams, Roger Day ’85, Chris
Williams ’85 and Terry Mc Whorter ’85