February 26, 2002
CSUS to honor distinguished alumni
California State University, Sacramento
will recognize an exceptional group of alumni for their community
and business leadership at the 16th annual Distinguished Service
Awards Banquet on Thursday, March 14 in the Steven Lee Yamshon
The event begins at 6:45 p.m. with a reception. Dinner is
at 7:30 p.m. KFBK anchor and CSUS alumnus Kitty O'Neal will
This year's Honorary Alumnus Award will be presented to Roy
Brophy, a developer and advocate for higher education.
The Distinguished Faculty Award will be given to Felicenne
Ramey, dean of the CSUS College of Business Administration
and also a CSUS alumnus.
Receiving Distinguished Service Awards this year are: Christopher
Cabaldon, city councilman and former mayor of West Sacramento;
Dale Carlsen, president and CEO of Sleep Train; Richard Johns,
director of parks and recreation in Santa Barbara; Suzanne
Kingsbury, presiding judge of the El Dorado County Superior
Court; William Lee, president and publisher of The Observer
newspaper; Mary Louise Mack, principal of Carson Creek High
School; Fred Teichert, executive director of the Teichert
Foundation; Gil Moore, president of New West Petroleum; Robert
Perry-Smith, managing partner of Perry-Smith LLP; and John
Shaw, president and CEO of Mercy Foundation.
Tickets to the awards dinner are $75 per person and $600 for
a table. Reservations may be made by calling (916) 278-6295
by Tuesday, March 5.
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