Armstrong Alumni Awards

The Armstrong Campus in Savannah presented its second ever Eminent Alumni Award to Dr. Irving Victor at its Fourth Annual Alumni Awards Gala on Oct. 20, 2017. The Eminent Alumni Award is only presented occasionally and in cases of extraordinary merit.

Victor was recognized for his service to Armstrong, to his profession and to the community.  He served on the Armstrong College Commission before the school became part of the University System of Georgia. He is a past president of the Armstrong Alumni Association and is a member of Armstrong’s Board of Trustees. He is a retired urologist, who established one of the nation’s first emergency medical systems in Savannah. He has been active with all of Savannah’s hospitals, the United Way, the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce and the Coastal Area Planning and Development Commission. Today, he is a successful restauranteur with Vic’s on the River and, at age 95, he remains active in Savannah’s civic and business communities.

The Distinguished Alumni Award for career achievement was presented to Sterling Seacrest executive Cliff McCurry, who attended Armstrong in the late 1960s. The Outstanding Alumni Award for service to the University was presented to HunterMaclean partner Drew Ernst (’74). Thirteen other alumni received the Notable Alumni Award.

Dr. Irving Victor
Dr. Irving Victor
Cliff McCurry
Cliff McCurry
Drew Ernst
Drew Ernst

 


Notable Alumni Honorees

Sherry Danello (’79), Vice President of Patient Care Services at St. Joseph’s/Candler

Joseph Ferraro (’93), Senior Manager of Quality Control Services at GAF Materials Corporation

Kevin Fitzmaurice
(’02), Outdoor Lighting Lead Product Engineer for Southern Company

Dorothy Kempson
(’00, ’02, ’06, ’14), Director of Georgia Southern University Liberty Campus in Hinesville

Sherry Danello
Sherry Danello
Joseph Ferraro
Joseph Ferraro
Kevin Fitzmaurice
Kevin Fitzmaurice
Dorothy Kempson
Dorothy Kempson

 

Lamar Kirkley (’75), Advancement Associate and Head Boys Tennis Coach at Savannah Country Day School

Ginger Masingill (’68), Retired Educator

Daniel Massey  (’76), Clerk of Chatham County Superior Court

Krista Mincey (’07), Assistant Professor of Public Health at Xavier University
of Louisiana

Lamar Kirkley
Lamar Kirkley
Ginger Masingill
Ginger Masingill
Daniel Massey
Daniel Massey
Krista Mincey
Krista Mincey

 
Patrick O’Neil (’01), Savannah Market President for Bank of America

Pamela Parker (deceased) (’84), formerly Senior Vice President of Ameris Bank

David Plaspohl (’77), Product Manager of North America Estate Management for Verifone

Henry Precht (’51), Former Country Director of the U.S. Embassy in Iran (1978-1980)

Patti Victor (’76), President and CEO of The Matthew Reardon Center for Autism

Patrick O’Neil
Patrick O’Neil
Pamela Parker
Pamela Parker
David Plaspohl
David Plaspohl
Henry Precht
Henry Precht
Patti Victor
Patti Victor

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