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Congratulations to the 2010 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2010 Distinguished Alumni Awards, who will receive their awards during Homecoming Weekend.
Marian University proudly announces the recipients of the 2010 Distinguished Alumni Awards. These notable alumni will be honored at the Distinguished Alumni Awards ceremony on October 1. Awards are given in recognition of efforts in peace and justice, community service, volunteering, mentoring, professional achievements, and distinguished service to Marian University. "These alumni are living the Franciscan values; it's great to see how graduates of Marian University are transforming the lives of others and the world around them," said Barbara Stuckwisch, director of alumni affairs. Congratulations to the following recipients of the 2010 Distinguished Alumni Awards:   Barbara Clapp Fitzgerald '70, Mother Clarissa Dillhof Award for Distinguished Achievement in Mentoring   Glenn Tebbe '71, Donald A. Fleming Award for Distinguished Professional Achievement   Sr. Gloria Gallagher, OSF '46, Founders' Award for Distinguished Service to Marian University   Patricia Paquin Cavanaugh '76, St. Francis and St. Clare Award for Distinguished Achievement in Peace and Social Justice   Susan Smith Strom '68, Sisters of St. Francis Award for Distinguished Achievement in Volunteerism   Michelle Werner Meer '81, Mary McNulty Young Award for Distinguished Achievement in Community Service   Christy Lux '02, Central Indiana Chapter Young Alumni Award   Come support and celebrate the achievements of these alumni at the Distinguished Alumni Awards ceremony during Homecoming Weekend on Friday, October 1, 2010 at 7 p.m. in the Bishop Chartrand Memorial Chapel on Marian University's campus.
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