Herbert H. Reynolds Awards Presented For Exemplary Service

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(left to right) Thomas and Emilyne Anding of Dallas; Dr. Rufus B. Spain and his wife, Carol, of Waco; James Wilson, brother of the late Dr. F. Ray Wilson II; and Eileen Wilson, mother of Dr. Wilson. Recipients unable to attend the ceremony were Lois M. Sutton of Waco and James E. Wood Jr. of Yorkton, Va.
Oct. 23, 2004

by Lori Scott Fogleman

The Herbert H. Reynolds Awards for exemplary service were presented to six individuals during halftime of Baylor University's Homecoming football game on Saturday, Oct. 23, at Floyd Casey Stadium.

The award, established by the 1981 senior class, honors those who have distinguished themselves by adding to the heritage and tradition of Baylor through service and dedication to students. The award is named for Dr. Herbert H. Reynolds, Baylor's president emeritus.

Dr. Martha Lou Scott, dean for campus life and chair of the award committee, and Dr. David E. Pennington, professor of chemistry and a member of the award committee, presented the 2004 Reynolds Awards to Thomas Earl and Emilyne Weed Anding of Dallas, Dr. Rufus B. Spain of Waco, and to the family of the late Baylor biology professor, Dr. F. Ray Wilson II.

Lois M. Sutton of Waco and James E. Wood Jr. of Yorkton, Va., also were honored with the awards, although they were unable to attend the ceremony.

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