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Commemorating The Life Of John Stewart Bryan Iii February 29, 2016
Robert Hurt, R-VA
"Mr. Bryan’s accolades were numerous and well deserved. He was awarded honorary doctor of humane letters degrees from Hampden-Sydney College, Emory & Henry College, College of William & Mary, and Randolph-Macon College, and he was inducted as a laureate of the Virginia Communications Hall of Fame and the Richmond Business Hall of Fame. He also received the outstanding service award of the Florida Press Association, the lifetime achievement award of the Virginia Press Association, the Frank Mayborn Leadership Award of the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association, the George Mason Award for significant contributions to the advancement of journalism in Virginia from the Society of Professional Journalists, Virginia Pro Chapter (SPJVA), and the medal of honor of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Moreover, he was well known for supporting, and when necessary staunchly defending, his staff, and he fought steadfastly for the freedom of press."
Honoring Gerald Michael Pace, Sr. April 25, 2012
Morgan Griffith, R-VA
"Born and raised in Pulaski, Jerry attended Pulaski High School, and graduated from Hampden-Sydney College. A committed student himself, Jerry was truly passionate about education. He was instrumental in helping to establish the Community College Access Program—a partnership between the Virginia Western Community College (VWCC), Salem Public Schools, and Roanoke City Public Schools, which allows high school graduates to attend VWCC without paying tuition. He was a scholar of the writings of the Apostle Paul and the Dead Sea Scrolls. And, he taught Sunday school classes on these topics at First United Methodist Church in Salem, and to civic and other community groups."
Honoring Kirk Rohle March 30, 2012
Robert Hurt, R-VA
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to recognize Kirk Rohle, a student at Hampden-Sydney College who displayed extraordinary courage on January 25, 2012 when he re-entered his burning house to rescue his childhood friend, Ben Rogers."
Honoring Lieutenant General William G. Boykin February 1, 2012
Louie Gohmert, R-TX
"Lieutenant Boykin retired on August 1, 2007 and currently teaches at Hampden-Sydney College. General Boykin is the author of “Never Surrender: A Soldier’s Journey to the Crossroads of Faith and Freedom” and also “Danger Close: A Novel” as well as “Kiloton Threat,” a novel."
Recognizing Mr. Si Mccurdy March 10, 2011
Henry Cuellar, D-TX
"Mr. McCurdy attended the Elliott School of Saint Mary’s Hall for two years, and then he studied at the San Antonio Academy and the Texas Military Institute in San Antonio, Texas. In 1970, he obtained a Bachelor Associates degree from Hampden Sydney College in Virginia. In the summer of 1969, Mr. McCurdy worked as a Train Order Operator for the Southern Pacific Railroad in San Antonio. After graduating from Hampden Sydney College, he received his Master’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin. His exceptional academic achievements propelled him to hold outstanding positions in Air Force bases in Texas and the nation and ultimately serve as a Dean for the Saint Anthony Catholic School."

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