Distinguished Alumni nominations
Darrell Dickeson, interim foundation executive director, 509.682.6415
Libby Siebens, community relations executive director, 509.682.6436 (Mon. – Thurs.)
February 22, 2017
The Wenatchee Valley College Alumni Association is accepting nominations for the 2017 WVC Distinguished Alumni Award. Nomination forms must be submitted and/or postmarked by March 15.
The purpose of the WVC Distinguished Alumni Award is to recognize an alumnus who has distinguished him or herself in his/her chosen professional field; made significant contributions to his or her community on a local, state, national or international level; and has demonstrated integrity in his/her personal life and gained the respect of his/her peers. A group may also be considered for the award, but all members must be alumni. To qualify for this award, the alumnus/a must have attended WVC for a year or longer.
The award dates back over 30 years, with recent recipients including the WeHoGis, or Wells House Girls (2015); Jerry Kenoyer (2014); Lori Van Lith, CMA (2012); Juan Esparza, Ruth Esparza, Elsa Esparza and Claudia Valdez (2011); Ronald L. Adolphi, Ph.D. (2010); Marian Williams (2009) and Mike Dempsey (2008).
Dillis “Dick” Burgess-Ward received the 2016 WVC Distinguished Alumni of the Year award for his service in the military, career and dedication to the WVC Alumni Association, and contribution to the community.
Nomination forms may be found on the WVC Alumni website at www.wvc.edu/alumni. Forms may be requested by contacting the WVC Foundation office at 509.682.6410 or email@example.com. Nominations must be in writing and accompanied by a nomination letter.
Please send nominations to: Wenatchee Valley College Alumni Association, 1300 Fifth Street, Wenatchee, WA 98801 or e-mail to Darrell Dickeson, WVC Foundation Interim Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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