+ Reunion Honors – Hobart and William Smith Colleges \

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Reunion

Hobart Alumni Association and William Smith Alumnae Association Reunion Honors

The Hobart Alumni Association and the William Smith Alumnae Association each have a collection of awards which are presented to those who have made significant contributions to the Colleges. Be it their time, talent or treasure, these individuals have dedicated themselves to the continued growth and vitality of Hobart and William Smith Colleges. The following are the awards are presented during Reunion Weekend:

HOBART DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD

Presented to alumni who have made exceptional contributions to Hobart College throughout their lives. This award is the Alumni Association’s highest honor for outstanding service to Hobart College by an alumnus.

Robert Peter Gale ’66, L.H.D. ’87

Robert Peter Gale ’66, L.H.D. ’87
Los Angeles, California
Majors: Biology and Chemistry

The Most Reverend Michael Bruce Curry ’75, D.D.’20

The Most Reverend Michael Bruce Curry ’75, D.D.’20
Raleigh, North Carolina
Major: Religious Studies

Elizabeth Herendeen Odell ’22 Award

The Elizabeth Herendeen Odell ’22 Award was established in honor of Elizabeth Herendeen Odell ’22 who served as Alumnae Secretary from 1952 to 1970. This award is the Alumnae Association’s highest honor for outstanding service to William Smith College by an alumna.

Margaret “Peggy” Bokan Greenawalt ’66, L.H.D. ’20

Margaret “Peggy” Bokan Greenawalt ’66, L.H.D. ’20
Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania
Major: Economics

Carol Brown Laufer ’71+

Carol Brown Laufer ’71+
Hartsdale, New York
Major: American History

Lynne Friedlander ’80, P’10

Lynne Friedlander ’80, P’10
Naperville, Illinois
Major: American Studies

+deceased

Alumnus Citation

Citations are presented for distinguished and exceptional service and a history of outstanding contributions to Hobart College by alumni, faculty, staff or friends of the College.

Edward T. Pollack ’55

Edward T. Pollack ’55
Portland, Maine
Major: Philosophy

James F. Caird ’56, L.H.D. ’12

James F. Caird ’56, L.H.D. ’12
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Major: American History

Joel M. Savits ’56, P’82, P’87, P’90, GP’16

Joel M. Savits ’56, P’82, P’87, P’90, GP’16
Potomac, Maryland
Majors: History and Political Science

John Cromartie ’80

John Cromartie ’80
Geneva, New York
Major: Sociology

Michael E. Rawlins ’80, P’16

Michael E. Rawlins ’80, P’16
South Glastonbury, Connecticut
Majors: History and Art Concentration History

Christopher N. Lavin ’81

Christopher N. Lavin ’81
Geneva, New York
Major: Anthropology

Timothy M. Clark ’85

Timothy M. Clark ’85
Indianapolis, Indiana
Major: Sociology

William M. Sherman ’85, P’21

William M. Sherman ’85, P’21
Ridgewood, New Jersey
Major: History

Derrick Y. McDaniel ’90

Derrick Y. McDaniel ’90
West Orange, New Jersey
Major: English

William H. Tierney ’90, P’20

William H. Tierney ’90, P’20
Cohasset, Massachusetts
Major: American Studies

Gregory A. Brown ’91

Gregory A. Brown ’91
Syracuse, New York
Major: English

Christopher T. Perkin ’95

Christopher T. Perkin ’95
Wenham, Massachusetts
Major: English

Hasan A. Stephens ’00

Hasan A. Stephens ’00
Syracuse, New York
Major: Independent Dual Major in Film and Music

Joshua E. Leach ’01

Joshua E. Leach ’01
New York, New York
Major: Africana Studies, English

Alex C. Bell ’05

Alex C. Bell ’05
Los Angeles, California
Major: Media and Society

Alumna Citation

Citations are presented for distinguished and exceptional service and a history of outstanding contributions to William Smith College by alumnae, faculty, staff or friends of the College.

Ruth Ey Hyde ’50

Ruth Ey Hyde ’50
Rochester, New York
Major: Psychology

Ellen Levine Opell ’60

Ellen Levine Opell ’60
Tarzana, California
Major: Psychology

Loraine H. Strait ’65

Loraine H. Strait ’65
Shepherdstown, West Virginia
Major: European History

Judith Brock Stock ’66

Judith Brock Stock ’66
Hague, New York
Major: Mathematics

Christie M. Hayes ’71

Christie M. Hayes ’71
Niantic, Connecticut
Major: English

Wendy D. Puriefoy ’71

Wendy D. Puriefoy ’71
Washington, D.C.
Major: History

Nancy Nowak Rutherford ’71

Nancy Nowak Rutherford ’71
Rochester, New York
Major: English

Dorothy H. Wickenden ’76, L.H.D. ’14

Dorothy H. Wickenden ’76, L.H.D. ’14
Bronxville, New York
Major: English

Beth Yingling ’76

Beth Yingling ’76
Lincoln Park, New Jersey
Major: Sociology and Individual Studies

Roxanne Jackson ’81

Roxanne Jackson ’81
Cooper City, Florida
Major: Economics

Aileen Diviney Gleason ’85

Aileen Diviney Gleason ’85
Manhasset, New York
Major: Economics

Anne O’Connor Standish ’86, P’14, P’16

Anne O’Connor Standish ’86, P’14, P’16
Concord, Massachusetts
Major: Economics

Elaine Bruno Vukelic ’91

Elaine Bruno Vukelic ’91
Saratoga Springs, New York
Major: Mathematics

LaKisha N. Williams ’96

LaKisha N. Williams ’96
New York, New York
Major: Religious Studies

Kimberly M. Moore ’00

Kimberly M. Moore ’00
New York, New York
Major: English

Carla A. DeLucia ’05

Carla A. DeLucia ’05
Rochester, New York
Major: Mathematics

The Young Alumnus Award

The Young Alumnus Award is presented within 15 years following graduation to alumni who demonstrate exceptional volunteer service and commitment to the Colleges.

Theodore R. Tanzer ’10

Theodore R. Tanzer ’10
Washington, D.C.
Majors: Political Science and American Studies

Alexander “Ali” W. Marpet ’15

Alexander “Ali” W. Marpet ’15
St. Petersburg, Florida
Major: Economics

Kyle C. Zaverton ’15

Kyle C. Zaverton ’15
New York, New York
Major: English

Michael P. DeRosa ’16

Michael P. DeRosa ’16
Geneva, New York
Major: Anthropology and Media & Society

The Young Alumna Award

The Young Alumna Award is presented within 15 years following graduation to alumnae who demonstrate exceptional volunteer service and commitment to the Colleges.

Carly “Allison” Sperling Morris ’10

Carly “Allison” Sperling Morris ’10
Denver, Colorado
Major: Public Policy, Spanish and Hispanic Studies

Elizabeth A. Witbeck ’10

Elizabeth A. Witbeck ’10
Saratoga Springs, New York
Major: Religious Studies

Julia R. Hoyle ’11

Julia R. Hoyle ’11
Geneva, New York
Majors: French and Francophone Studies and Women’s Studies

Tempe Newson Landi ’11

Tempe Newson Landi ’11
Ballston Spa, New York
Major: Psychology

Madeline R. Buckley ’15

Madeline R. Buckley ’15
Brunswick, Maine
Major: Critical Social Studies

Rose Cherubin ’15

Rose Cherubin ’15
Brooklyn, New York
Major: Public Policy

Caroline G. Demeter ’15

Caroline G. Demeter ’15
New York, New York
Major: Environmental Studies

J. Catherine Gorman ’15

J. Catherine Gorman ’15
New York, New York
Major: Economics

Alison M. Ware ’16

Alison M. Ware ’16
New York, New York
Major: Economics, International Relations

Special Reunion Recognition

Alison M. Ware ’16

Presented to Kevin Colton by the Classes of 1955, in gratitude for his genius at capturing in photographs the beauty and the character of these Colleges we love so much.

Roy Dexheimer,
President Hobart Class of 1955