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2015 Society Dinner

Gifts of Time, Talent and Treasure

At the annual 2015 Society Dinner in October, Marywood University celebrated its leading benefactors and bestowed three Presidential Medals. The 2015 Society recognizes the most generous benefactors to the University, and anticipates the University's Centennial celebration in the year 2015.

More than 300 benefactors and friends celebrated the University's successful fund-raising efforts over the past fiscal year and joined Marywood University President Sr. Anne Munley, IHM, Ph.D. in honoring three recipients of the 2012 Presidential Medal: Dr. Bernadette Gray-Little '66, Bishop James C. Timlin, and Mr. Ken Hackett who lead Catholic Relief Services through times of challenge and change. 

2012 Presidential Medalists

Dr. Bernadette Gray-Little '66 was honored for seeing the future with bold vision and taking on life's challenges with a bold heart.



Bishop James C. Timlin was honored for his willingness to aid any worthy local cause—whatever the denomination or organization that sponsored the endeavor.



Mr. Ken Hackett was honored for diligently leading Catholic Relief Services through times of challenge and change. He clarified the agency's mission and identity and engaged the U.S. Catholic community in CRS's work around the world.