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Service Awards

Honoring engaged, accomplished alumni

Sue Manix ’79, president of the Alumni Association, awarded the Honorable Judge Eileen A. Olds J.D. ‘82 the Douglas N. Morton ‘62 Alumni Service Award.
Sue Manix ’79, president of the Alumni Association, awarded the Honorable Judge Eileen A. Olds J.D. ‘82 the Douglas N. Morton ‘62 Alumni Service Award.
Skip Rowland '83

The Douglas N. Morton ’62 Alumni Service and Young Alumni Service Awards are given annually to individuals for their exceptional service to the Alumni Association and the university through their involvement in alumni chapters, clubs and constituent organizations. The Young Alumni Service Awards are specific to individuals ages 25 to 35. This year’s award recipients have many accomplishments and support many programs, only a few of which are listed here.

This year’s recipients of the Douglas N. Morton ’62 Alumni Service Awards are: Jack Hurley ’72, who has hosted and sponsored engaging events for the Charleston Alumni Chapter; Eileen Olds J.D. ’82, who has provided support and mentorship for the students and faculty of William & Mary Law School; John Rathbone ’77, who has generously supported career training, multicultural affairs and the Raymond A. Mason School of Business; and Cornelia W. Wolf ’45, who has faithfully served on the boards of the Muscarelle Museum of Art and the College of William & Mary Foundation.

This year’s recipients of the Douglas N. Morton ’62 Young Alumni Service Awards are: David Libertson ’09, for his dedication to the arts at William & Mary on campus and in New York City, and J. Robert McKetta ’05, for his contributions to Tribe Athletics, especially Tribe Golf.

The Staff Service Award was established by the Alumni Association Board of Directors to recognize and honor a university staff member who has demonstrated outstanding service and support to the university and to the Alumni Association.

The 2017 recipient is Pete Clawson, senior assistant athletic director for public affairs, for his commitment to spreading Tribe Pride around the globe and advancing athletics excellence.

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