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Capital University News, California State University, Sacramento
University to honor alumni for community service
CSUS has granted
degrees to about 160,000 people throughout its 57-year history and in March,
the CSUS Alumni Association is acknowledging several former students for contributions
to the University and the community. The 18th annual Distinguished Service Awards
Dinner is 7:30 p.m., Thursday, March 25 at the Alumni Center.
The association is granting awards to Fred Dalkey, a Sacramento City College
art instructor; Kayla Gillian with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board
in Washington, D.C.; retired CIA agent Craig Johnson; Robin Martial, executive
vice president with Cardinal Health; David Mering, president of Mering and Associates;
retired teacher Melba Mosher; Pam Saltenberger, executive director for Girl
Scouts of Tierra del Oro; Sacramento City councilman Robbie Waters; and Mary
Jane Young, a San Bernardino teacher.
This year's Honorary Alumnus Award will be presented to Ray Clemons, retired
CSUS athletics director and football coach.
The association is giving the Distinguished Faculty Award to kinesiology and
health science professor Scott Modell.
Tickets to the awards dinner are $75 per person and $600 for a table of eight.
Reservations are due by Friday, March 19 and can be made by calling 278-7718.
Distinguished Service Awards
Name - Major
Fred Dalkey - Art
Kayla Gillian - Criminal Justice
Craig Johnson - Criminal Justice
Ken Macias - Business Administration
Robin Martial - Biological Sciences
David Mering - Communication Studies
Melba Mosher - Education
Pam Saltenberger - Communication Studies
Robbie Waters - Criminal Justice
Mary Jane Young - Family/ Consumer Science
Honorary Alumnus Award
Ray Clemons - Honorary alumni only
Distinguished Faculty Award
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