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UMaine Alumni Association Announces 2007 Alumni Award Recipients

Contact: Bob Potts, Alumni Programs & Marketing; (207) 581-1149 / 1 (800) 934-2586

ORONO, Me. –The University of Maine Alumni Association has announced the recipients of its 2007 Alumni Awards. They are as follows:

Alumni Career Award (UMAA’s highest honor): Col. William Smullen ’62, Fayetteville, New York

(Retired Colonel, United States Army; former Chief of Staff for Secretary of State, Colin Powell. Currently serves as Director of the Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs, Syracuse University.)

Bernard Lown ’42 Humanitarian Award (in recognition of graduates who distinguish themselves in humanitarian service): Pamela White ’71, Dulles, Virginia (Mission Director of USAID, currently serving in Tanzania. Pamela works with HIV/AIDS prevention, malaria control and primary education.)

Fogler Legacy Award (presented to families with multi-generation graduates of the University of Maine): Freeman Family; Patriarch: George Freeman, Class of 1903

Pine Tree Emblem Alumni Service Award (alumni service award given in recognition and appreciation of outstanding service in promoting alumni work): Bion Foster ’68, 70G, Hampden, Maine

Black Bear Award (presented in appreciation of outstanding service to the University of Maine):

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