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Rochester, MI 48309-4488
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Alumni Engagement

John Dodge House
507 Golf View Lane
Rochester, MI 48309-4488
(location map)
(248) 364-6130

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Alumni Awards

The OU Alumni Association hosts the Alumni Awards annually, bringing together hundreds of OU graduates to honor achievements in business, community service, volunteerism and more. The 2019 Alumni Awards is Saturday, November 23, 2019.

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  • The Distinguished Alumni Service Award is Oakland’s highest alumni honor. It recognizes peerless volunteer leadership in service to OU or its alumni association.
  • The Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award recognizes outstanding professional achievement or contribution to the community.
  • The Odyssey Award honors alumni whose lives exemplify Oakland University’s motto to “seek virtue and knowledge.”
  • The Spirit Award recognizes exemplary volunteer service to the university.
  • The Alumni Community Service Award recognizes distinctive service of a humanitarian nature or citizenship through community, public, or OU service activities.
  • The Outstanding Young Alumni Award recognizes alumni who have demonstrated the worth of their education through their post-college achievements and, generally, have graduated within the last ten years.
  • The Honorary Alumni Awards are given to individuals who have not graduated from OU, but who have given outstanding service to the university.
  • The Pioneer Award honors a group of individuals who have made significant contributions that led to the growth and excellence of Oakland University.
Current Recipients
Distinguished Alumni Service Award: The Honorable Peter J. Lucido, CAS '83
Peter J. Lucido
CAS 1983
State Representative, 36th District, State of Michigan

State Representative Peter J. Lucido was first elected to serve the 36th District in November 2014. The district covers part of Macomb County including the Townships of Shelby, Washington, Bruce and the Village of Romeo.

Representative Lucido serves as vice chair of the House Law & Justice Committee, as well as a member of the Tax Policy, Transportation and Infrastructure, and Financial Liability Reform committees. He is also a legislative member of the Michigan Law Revision Commission and has served on the Commission since January 2015. He earned an associate degree from Macomb Community College, a bachelor’s degree in Public Administration and Business from Oakland University, a master’s in Business from Central Michigan University and a Juris Doctor from Detroit College of Law.

Representative Lucido’s involvement at Oakland stretches back for many years. A 2005 recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Spirit Award, he has been involved with philanthropic work across the university, as well as serving on the President’s Council.

Dave Dulio, professor and chair of Oakland University’s Political Science Department says of Lucido, “Pete is a tireless advocate for Oakland in the state legislature. He has supported the university on multiple issues. Moreover, he has participated in OU Day at the Capitol by speaking to OU students, faculty, and staff.”

Lucido has practiced law for almost 30 years and was the founder, president and managing partner of one of Macomb County’s largest law firms. He was also the founder and publisher of Macomb Now Magazine, and is currently the publisher emeritus. Additionally, he is a licensed attorney, insurance agent, realtor and security register representative.

Representative Lucido has been involved in the community as a member of the Knights of Columbus, Macomb County Chamber of Commerce, Greater Romeo-Washington Chamber of Commerce, Michigan Farm Bureau, Italian American Cultural Center, Italian American Chamber of Commerce, Board of Trustees for De La Salle Collegiate, Ambassador Club of St. Joseph Mercy Macomb (now known as Henry Ford Macomb Hospitals) and as a former board member for St. Joseph Mercy Macomb.

Representative Lucido is an inductee of the Macomb County Hall of Fame, and is the 2017 recipient of the Macomb County Bar Association’s Distinguished Public Service Award.

He and his wife Ann Marie, also an OU grad, have been married for over 25 years and have three children.
Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award: Jacquelyn Wagner, CAS '03
Jacquelyn Wagner
CAS 2003
Opera Singer, Soprano

Jacquelyn Wagner is quickly becoming among the world’s most decorated vocal performers. She has received acclaim for her musicianship and versatility and appeared with some of the world’s finest ensembles. Her stage credits are extensive, and she has performed a diverse repertoire in some of the world’s most hallowed performance spaces, including Carnegie Hall in New York and the Opera de Paris, Bastille.

This spring, she made her debut at La Scala in Milan, the world’s most prestigious opera venue, where she sang the female lead in Richard Wagner’s Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg.

Wagner received her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from OU in 2003. She then went on to receive her Master of Music from the Manhattan School of Music in 2005 and has trained at the International Institute of Vocal Arts. Ms. Wagner was also the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship that allowed her to study German lieder and the German language in Kiel and Cologne.

“Ms. Wagner’s dedication to her craft is a shining example of our performing art majors, as well as all of our students. Her impressive career and loyalty to OU make her an ideal candidate for an OUAA award,” writes Kevin Corcoran, Dean of Oakland’s College of Arts and Sciences.

Wagner resides in Berlin, where she maintains a very active performance schedule.

Odyssey Award: Ida M. Malian, PhD, CAS '70
Ida M. Malian, PhD
CAS 1970
Associate Dean of Academic Systems and Professor of Special Education, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, Arizona State University

Dr. Ida Malian is an Associate Dean at the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University, where she has taught since 1990 following positions at the University of Michigan, The University of Nebraska-Omaha, and San Diego State University. Though she holds degrees from the University of Michigan as well, Dr. Malian is a prime example of an outstanding OU alum. For more than thirty years, she has embodied the Oakland University motto, “Seek Virtue and Knowledge,” through her teaching, research, and mentorship of other faculty.

At ASU, Dr. Malian has worked with newly hired faculty to ensure that they remain on track for tenure, in addition to playing instrumental roles in improving undergraduate and graduate instruction in educational psychology, special education and law. Dr. Malian’s research has received multiple awards and has gained national significance in the area of inclusive education for students with disabilities. Of particular note is her longitudinal study regarding post school transition services for special education leavers and student advocacy for educational programs.

In Malian’s nomination, Dr. Mari Koerner of the ASU Center for the Art and Science of Teaching noted, “As a champion of children, she is an exemplar of the values of Oakland University. Becoming a national expert in special education, she has created knowledge which is applicable to every classroom and suited for every teacher and which reflects the OU’s value of inclusion and acceptance.”

Dr. Malian lives in Phoenix, where she continues to teach at Arizona State.
Spirit Award: Mark Guthrie, SBA '91, SECS '86 & Michael Lerchenfeldt, SEHS '08
Michael Lerchenfeldt
SEHS 2008
Teacher, Chippewa Valley Schools 

Michael Lerchenfeldt graduated from the OU School of Education and Human Services in 2008 with a degree in Elementary Education, where he was the recipient of the very selective Keeper of the Dream and Student Leader of the Year awards.  Since graduation, he has continued to give back to Oakland University through extensive volunteering his time to the OUAA as an alumni ambassador and as a founding member of the Young Alumni Council (YAC).

Lerchenfeldt was appointed the chairperson of the YAC Awards and Recognition committee and within six months organized and executed the Young Alumni 10 Within 10 Awards which recognizes the exceptional impact young alumni make within their professions and throughout their communities. Through his leadership and vision, the Council has showcased the accomplishments and rising talents of young graduates over the last decade. Mike’s passion and influence span across the council through his creative ideas and collaboration with the social, philanthropy, and membership committees. His guidance and dedication have provided a strong foundation for the Young Alumni Council and growth of new initiatives for recent graduates.

In his nomination, fellow YAC member and communications coordinator at Oakland’s First Year Advising Center, Brittani Hobbs speaks highly of Michael: “In the true spirit of a teacher, Mike applies the principles of servant leadership in his community.”

Currently, Lerchenfeldt is a teacher at Iroquois Middle School in Macomb Township, MI, where he continues to shine as a leader, volunteering for the chess and weightlifting clubs, researching and presenting teaching strategies at conferences, and publishing columns in the Detroit News, Oakland Press, and Macomb Daily.

Mark Guthrie
SBA 1991, SECS 1986
Corporate Director of Information Technologies, Spartan Motors, Inc. 

Mark Guthrie is currently an Information Technology Executive at Spartan Motors, though in other positions, he has a highly accomplished thirty-year career executing technology strategies and operations for a number of global corporations, including Mazda, ITT Automotive, and Delphi.

As two-time alumnus holding degrees from both the School of Business Administration and School of Engineering and Computer Science, Mark is still very involved with Oakland University—he attends a wide variety of athletic events and holds season tickets for men’s basketball, women’s basketball, as well as Meadow Brook Theater. Furthermore, he is an active member of the Oakland University Alumni Association Board.

In addition to all of the other activities, Mark gives back to students by participating regularly in the ACHIEVE program, a career development program for SBA students. He has also recruited other professionals to support the program, vastly improving ACHIEVE’s effectiveness.

ACHIEVE program coordinator, Michelle Serafino spoke very highly of Guthrie: “I can’t stress enough mow much Mark is appreciated and how much of his time and energy he gives to our program. He deserves formal recognition for his efforts.”

Mark and Marna have been married more than 22 years and residents of Clarkston the entire time. They have two sons, Guilford and Garrett, who are full time students in Cincinnati and Kalamazoo, respectively.
Alumni Community Service Award: Amanda L. Rymiszewski, SBA '09 & Mary (Puzerski) Sloan, SEHS '69 & '63
Amanda L. Rymiszewski
SBA 2009
Marketing Manager, O’Keefe

When she became a student at Oakland University, Amanda was quick to find ways to get involved. While earning a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Oakland University’s School of Business Administration, Amanda joined a variety of student organizations that allowed her to pursue her philanthropic interests. At OU, she supported organizations such as Gleaner’s Food Bank, Haven, and Habitat for Humanity while receiving numerous accolades for her service: Oakland’s Commuter Involvement Award, Gregory Mars Award, Volunteer Service Award, and Marvin L. Katke Scholarship, as well as national recognition from Alpha Delta Pi sorority and Alpha Phi Omega fraternity.

Amanda began her Career at O’Keefe, a financial and strategic advisory firm, as an intern, and remained there until today, where she has risen to the positon of Marketing Manager. She specializes in event planning and execution, maintains the firm’s website, and creates and produces marketing materials and web-based communication.

Amanda attributes her success to time spent at OU, remarking, “I am grateful that Oakland University provided me an environment to lean and grow not only academically, but personally. I always had the will, but OU showed me the way. Through my experiences at Oakland University, I was able to find a truly fulfilling path for my philanthropic goals as well as a rewarding career path.

Amanda is still highly involved in community service: She has been a mentor with Winning Futures since 2011 working with high school students on character value identification, goal setting, career preparation, and strategic planning. She is also active in her church as a choir teacher and was featured in the award-winning documentary, Through the Same Door: Inclusion Includes College.

Mary (Puzerski) Sloan
SEHS 1969, 1963
Retired Teacher

After graduating from Troy High School, Mary Sloan, then Mary Puzerski, joined the group of students that would become Oakland University’s charter class. She graduated from the School of Education and Human Services, receiving her MAT and LD endorsements and going on to a thirty-seven year career as an elementary school teacher. She spent ten years in elementary education, followed by a more than a quarter century teaching special education.

In 1999, she joined the Clarkston Rotary Club, where she became its first woman president and embarked upon a second career in volunteerism that would take her all over the globe. It was in Rotary that she met her husband, Jeff, and together they worked with both Rotary and VOSH (Volunteer Optometrists Serving Humanity) to bring eye glasses to people in Grenada and Peru, then went on  to administer polio drops to children in India and Ethiopia, as well as numerous other projects in the Dominican Republic, Uganda, and Ghana.

Currently, Mary serves on OU’s University Assessment Committee, where she plays a critical role in the evaluation and development of Oakland’s academic programs, as well as maintaining Oakland’s accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission. Serving as a member of the UAC involves substantial outside work, and, while members of the UAC find the work to be very rewarding – it involves real commitment on the part of its members to function well.

UAC Chair, Kevin Laam notes: “Very simply, Mary Sloan embodies the ideals of the Oakland University Alumni Association. Her work is esteemed and appreciated by other members of the UAC, in particular those subcommittee members with whom she works closely. It is abundantly clear from her dedication to the committee that Mary is not only interested, but genuinely committed to improving student learning. The committee could not ask for a more diligent and responsible member.”

Mary lives in Clarkston with her husband, Jeff Lichty, and together, they have four children and two grandchildren.
Outstanding Young Alumni Award: Jeffery Cook, DPT, SHS '11 & Jared Bogdanov-Hanna, CAS '08
Jared Bogdanov-Hanna
CAS 2008
Special Lecturer, Oakland University; Consultant

Jared Bogdanov-Hanna (CAS ’08) is a passionate educator, organizer, consultant and gardener in Oakland County, MI.  As an undergraduate in psychology, Jared became fascinated with the role of environmental health and food choices and their impact on mental and physiological health.  Shortly after graduating, he received training in Permaculture (PDC), an international environmental design system, and engaged with his local and regional food system.

Since then, Jared has worked with various non-profits, businesses, organizations and homeowners in designing, building and educating on permaculture based organic gardens and community gardens, most recently with Oakland University as Special Lecturer, Farm Manager and Organic Farm Coordinator.

During his time as Farm Manager and Organic Farm Coordinator, he designed and managed the development of the Campus Student Organic Farm, the Campus Farm Stand, and coordinated community engagement, food distribution, employment, internship and volunteer opportunities at the farm.

In his free time Jared enjoys being with community and friends and hiking, biking, camping and learning from Michigan’s diverse ecosystems.

Jeffrey Cook
SHS 2011, 2014
Owner, Premier Rehabilitation

Jeffrey Cook first earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from OU in 2011 before enrolling in Oakland’s Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy (OMPT) program, a two-year residency specializing in differential diagnosis and manual therapy technique performance for patients with orthopedic conditions. Throughout this time, he began giving back to Oakland University as teaching assistant for the physical therapy program, assisting in labs for early physical therapy classes and conducting research with OU faculty. While at OU, he was also recipient of the university’s “Excellence in Manual Therapy” award.

After graduating, Cook launched his career as part-owner of his own Lansing-area practice, Premier Rehabilitation, which, in addition to hiring many Oakland DPT graduates, hosts many students for observations, clinicals, and internships. There, he maintains a full patient load and manages many of the business operations, including employee hiring, payroll services, insurance reimbursement processing, finance budgeting, marketing, and community involvement projects. He also serves as a clinical coordinator and clinical instructor for Oakland University DPT and OMPT students.

Cook lives with his wife Dawn, who is also an OU alum, and three children, Anderson, Marley, and Angelina. When he has free time, he chooses to spend it with his family by often camping and fishing.
Honorary Alumni Award: April M. Clobes
April M. Clobes
President and CEO, Oakland University Credit Union

April Clobes is the president and CEO of the Michigan State University Federal Credit Union/Oakland University Credit Union, which is owned and operated by members of the MSU and Oakland University communities.  April joined MSUFCU in 1996. After moving through the organization from a marketing specialist to management and executive positions, she became President and CEO in 2015.

April, both personally and through her involvement with the OU Credit Union, has had a transformative impact on Oakland University. Under her leadership, the Credit Union plays a pivotal role in Oakland’s educational and programmatic offerings. In the last year alone, Clobes has helped spearhead several innovative programs designed to give Oakland University students the foundation they need to be successful, including the Student to Professional Conference, OU Business Scholars Case Competition, the OU Etiquette Dinner, and several successful financial literacy programs.

Furthermore, Clobes has taken an active role in elevating Oakland’s status in the eyes of prospective students, alumni, and community members. She has led the Credit Union in sponsoring a variety of outreach programs that have had a profound effect on OU, such as Rivalry Day against the University of Detroit Mercy, “Go for the Gold”, in which high school students partake in interactive sessions with OU faculty, and Free Fridays at Meadow Brook Hall for members of the OU community.

Jean Ann Miller, Director, Oakland University Center for Student Activities and Leadership Development notes, “April’s formal education may have come from other institutions of higher education, but her contributions to Oakland have had a significant impact on the success of our undergraduate students becoming our most accomplished and dedicated graduates and alumni. There is no one more fitting of the title of “honorary alumna” than April Clobes.”

April lives in Bath, MI, and serves on numerous volunteer boards and associations, including the Lansing Symphony Orchestra, as well as Oakland University’s Campaign Steering Committee.
Past Recipients
Distinguished Alumni Service Award Past Recipients
2017 The Honorable Peter J. Lucido, CAS 1983
2016 John Hruska, SBA 1989, BGS 1986
2015 Tony Moscone, SBA 1989
2014 Lynn Gross, SBA 1987
2013 Bernard Kent, SBA 1971
2012 Greggory Garrett, SECS 1997
2011 Michael K. Stamper, SHS 1983
2010 Craig Stinson, SBA 1984
2009 Jackie Long, SON 1981
2008 Monica Emerson, CAS 1971
2007 Michael W. Michalak, CAS 1968
2006 Leo Bowman, CAS 1976
2005 Susan Evans, CAS 1987
2004 Marianne Fey Miller, CAS 1980
2003 Dennis Pawley, SEHS 1982
2002 David Doyle, CAS 1980
2001 James Wilbert, SBA 1973
2000 Susan Cischke, SECS 1976
1998 Gary Laidlaw, CAS 1964
1997 John Flick, SECS 1981,1977
1996 Julie Granthen, SBA 1987, CAS 1981
1995 Barbara Williams, SEHS 1980, 1966
1994 Harrison Miller Jr., CAS 1988, SEHS 1973
1993 Gregory Demanski, SBA 1963
1992 Janet Bennett, CAS 1990, 1979
1991 Robert Meyer, SBA 1978
1990 Frances Amos, SBA 1980
1989 Kathryn Rhadigan, CAS 1983
1988 Gerald Alt, CAS 1976
1986 Richard Wlodyga, SBA 1981
1986 Mark Kotler, CAS 1970
1985 Gary Marchenia, SECS 1972
1984 Barry Klein, CAS 1968
1983 William Connellan, CAS 1967
1983 Marie Gormley, CAS 1978, 1976
1982 Thomas Yatooma, SECS 1977
1982 John Mills, CAS 1972
1981 Ann Arner, SBA 1975
1981 James Morrison, SEHS 1963
1980 Judith Nolish, CAS 1971
1980 Ann Marie Given, SEHS 1982, 1972
1980 A. Warren Turski, SECS 1971, 1968
1979 David Lewis,SBA 1965
1979 R. James Girardot, CAS 1968
1979 Susan McKelvey, CAS 1971
1978 Alan Mann, CAS 1970
1977 William Shea, SEHS 1974, CAS 1965
1977 Robert White, SECS 1972, 1970
1976 Phillip Williams, SECS 1964
1976 Mary Wermuth, SEHS 1981,1965, CAS 1969  
1976 Donald Moran, SEHS 1963
1976 Judith Moran, SEHS 1963
Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award Past Recipients
2017 Jacquelyn Wagner, CAS '03
2016 Addie Williams, SEHS 1973
2015 Robert Gibbs, CAS 1977
2014 Stacie Behler, CAS 1992
2013 Michael Kenny, CAS 1977
2013 Dr. Joseph A. Helpern, CAS 1988
2012 Joel Frederiksen, CAS 1990
2012 Richard D. French, CAS 1984
2011 Joseph A. Gardella Jr., CAS 1977
2010 Robert Gebbie, CAS 1976
2009 Beth Gotthelf, CAS 1980
2009 Dr. Kenneth McMillan, CAS 1972
2008 Lester Binder, CAS 1972
2007 Regina Carter, CAS 1985
2006 Anne Cairns Federlein, SEHS 1974
2005 Charles McKenna, CAS 1966
2004 Jeffrey Hansen, CAS 1980
2003 George Jackson, SEHS 1975
2002 Susan Quattrociocchi, CAS 1972
2001 Robert McGowan, CAS 1975, 1972, 1967
2000 Garry Gilbert, CAS 2002, 1995
1998 Michael & Diane Grieves, SBA 1979 & SBA 1983
1997 Howard Birndorf, CAS 1971
1996 Janet Holmgren, CAS 1968
1995 Dennis Pawley, SEHS 1982
1994 David Baker Lewis, SBA 1965
Odyssey Award Past Recipients
2017 Ida M. Malian, PhD, CAS '70
2016 James Sherry, MD, Ph.D., CAS 1975
2015  Steven D. Townsend, Ph.D., CAS 2005
2014 Tobi Voigt, CAS 2004, 1998
2013 Jeff Frankowiak, SEHS 2012, 2006, 2004
2012 Tamra Dukatz, SON 1993
2011 Michelle Franzen Martin, CAS 1999
2011 Brent Vasicek
2010 Bethany Broadwell (posthumously), CAS 1997
2010 Steven Gaynor, SEHS 1978
2009 Kevin Grazier, CAS 1987 
2009 Dr. Paul McGhee, CAS 1963
2008 Sharon Valenti, SON 1997, 1993
2008 Cheryl Angelelli, CAS 1993
2007 Gary Pilibosian, SECS 1986, 1984
2006 Robert Deneweth, CAS 1963
2005 Wendy Lull, CAS 1974
2004 Christy Hicks, CAS 1997
2004 Staci Ross Carr, CAS 1996
2003 Jack Parker
2003 Monica Emerson, CAS 1971
2002 Heidi Van Arnem, BGS 1989
2001 Patricia Book, CAS 1972
1998 Jerry Clark, CAS 1975
1997 Denise Pike, CAS 1983
1996 Jacqueline Solway, CAS 1973
1995 Shelagh O'Rourke, CAS 1976
1994 Paul & Diane Haig, SEHS 1973 & SECS 1982, 1986
Spirit Award Past Recipients
2017 Michael Lerchenfeldt, SEHS '08
2017 Mark Guthrie, SBA '91, SECS '86
2016 John Stoll, CAS 2000
2015 Garry J. Gilbert, Holly Shreve Gilbert, CAS 2002, 1995 & CAS 2005 
2014 Barbara and Allen Gough, SEHS 1992
2013 Thomas Mittelbrun, SBA 1988
2012 Anthony Thornton, CAS 1976
2012 Robert Thornton, CAS 1977
2011 Jason Ryska, SECS 1997, 1995
2010 Matthew Karrandja, CAS 1997
2010 Thomas Schaeffler, SBA 1985
2009 Cindy Thieme, SBA 1994
2009 Jonathan Crawford, SEHS 1976
2008 Dr. Lisa Flynn, CAS 1989
2008 Tracy Huth, CAS 1985
2007 Robert Schostak, BGS 1978
2006 Nino DiCosmo, CAS 1990
2006 William Goldenberg, CAS 1970 
2005 John Ganfield, SBA 1981
2005 Peter J. Lucido, CAS '83
2004 Gary Brancaleone, SBA 1982
2004 Beth Benson SBA 1981
2003 Barry Klein, CAS 1968
2002 Michael Palazzola, SBA 1978
2001 Chris Catallo, CAS 1990
2001 Stanley Babiuk, SECS 1973
2000 A. Randolph & Patricia (Roan) Judd, CAS 1972 & SEHS 1973
1998 Stephen & Rita Sharf,
1998 Susan Evans, CAS 1988
1998 James & Anne Howlett
1997 Edward Williams, CAS 1973
1997 Mel & Jennifer Gilroy, CAS 1989 & CAS 1973
1996 Colleen Peters, CAS 1987
1996 Paul & Bonnie Karas SECS 1977 & CAS 1987
1995 Jean Ann Miller CAS 1977
1994 Marjorie Neubacher, SEHS 1980
1994 Julie Granthen, SBA 1987, CAS 1981
1994 Marion Adams Bunt, CAS 1982
1994 James Wilbert, SBA 1973
Alumni Community Service Award Past Recipients
2017 Mary (Puzerski) Sloan, SEHA '69 & '63
2017 Amanda L. Rymiszewski, SBA '09
2016 Nicholas Kristock, SBA 2014, 2013
2015 Thomas A. Tanghe, CAS 1990, 1988
2014 Jennifer Valoppi, CAS 1979
2013 Judith Hoppin, SEHS 1978
2012 Lynne Lombard, SHS 1984
2011 Stefen Welch, CAS 2005
2010 Tom Schramski, SECS 1978
Outstanding Young Alumni Award Past Recipients
2017 Jared Bogdanov-Hanna, CAS '08
2016 Tara Michener, SEHS 2012
2015 Kelly Kozlowski, CAS 2016, 2008
2014 Michael Medvinsky, CAS 2015, 2005
2013 Alexis Anne Collins, CAS 2005
2013 Rick Williams, SBA 2006
2012 David McGhee, CAS 2005
2011 Adam Kochenderfer, CAS 2002
2010 The Honorable Bryan Barnett, SBA 1998
Honorary Alumni Award Past Recipients
2017 April M. Clobes
2016 Thomas E. Kimble
2015 Mary Beth Snyder  
2015 Don and Jan O'Dowd 
2014 Bill Rogers
2014 Dr. Kenneth Hightower
2013 Dr. Judith K. Brown
2012 Gary C. Peters,
2012 Joy James Williams
2011 Timothy F. Healy,
2011 Moon Jae Pak
2010 John and Marie Pino
2009 Ron May,
2009 L. Brooks Patterson
2008 Stephan Sharf
2007 Dr. Gary Russi
2007 Beckie Francis
2006 Philip Willis Jr
2005 Roberta Bresette
2005 John Tower
2005 Greg Kampe
2004 George Preisinger
2004 Carl Barnes
2003 R. Hugh & Nancy Elliott
2003 Patrick Nicosia
2002 George Wibby
2002 Richard Stamps
2001 Margaret Allesee
2001 George Seifert
2001 John Savio
2000 Dr. John Ylvisaker
2000 Francis Engelhardt
2000 Janette Engelhardt