Alumni Association hands out awards
Two Augusta State University administrators were among the honorees at the university's Alumni Association's annual dinner and awards ceremony February 18 at the Marbury Center.
Dr. Fred Barnabei, vice president for business and student services, received the Distinguished Service Award for his contributions to the university. Dr. Barnabei, who has been at ASU since 1988, will retire April 1.
Mr. Jasper Cooke, director of ASU Public Safety, received the association’s Town and Gown Award, given to a person who connects the university with the community it serves. Chief Cooke was recognized for his service to the students and staff at Lamar Elementary School.
Also honored were the Honorable James G. Blanchard, Jr., 8th Superior Court judge for the Augusta Judicial Circuit, who received the Distinguished Alumnus Award; James M. Britt, chief executive officer and president of Refractory Materials International, ’75, who received the Golden Key Award; and Amy S. Dorrill, chief development officer at University Healthcare Foundation, ’94, who received the Young Alumna Award.
New members were elected to the association’s board of directors, and they include Fernando Aviles, '04; Mary Margaret Williams, '03; Stephanie Quattlebaum, '03; Jennifer Hilliard, '01; Andrea Turley, '85; Ingrid Etterlee, '04; and Ginny Loveless, '03.
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