Herbert H. Reynolds Award To Be Presented Nov. 11 At Stadium

Nov. 9, 2000

by Lori Scott Fogleman

The 2000 Herbert H. Reynolds Award for Exemplary Service will be presented during Baylor University's Homecoming pregame activities Saturday, Nov. 11, at Floyd Casey Stadium.

This year's recipients are Robert O. Feather, vice president emeritus for university development, Dallas; Dr. Phyllis S. Karns, professor and dean of the Louise Herrington School of Nursing, Dallas; Sue Mayborn, president, editor and publisher of the Temple Daily Telegram and Killeen Daily Herald and president of Channel 6 Inc. and the Mayborn Foundation, Temple; Louis S. Muldrow, professor emeritus of Practice Court at Baylor Law School, Waco; and Dr. James W. Vardaman, professor emeritus of history and master teacher, Waco.

The Reynolds Award, named in honor of Baylor's president emeritus, was established by the 1981 senior class and honors those individuals who have distinguished themselves by adding to the heritage and tradition of Baylor through their dedication and service to the university.

Presenting the honor are members of the Herbert H. Reynolds Award committee: Dr. Linda Livingstone, associate professor of management; Dr. David Pennington, professor of chemistry; and Dr. Martha Lou Scott, dean of student campus life and committee chair.

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