November 12, 2008
East Carolina University's College of Nursing inducted inaugural members of the Golden Lamp Society on Nov. 7 during homecoming.
The society was created to recognize individuals or organizations who give annually to the college. The 47 inductees received College of Nursing pins with purple and gold ribbons as Acting Dean Sylvia Brown welcomed them to the new donor loyalty society.
Inductees were Gale Brown Adcock, Sylvia T. Brown, Michael L. Bunting, Lana F. Chang, Rebecca A. Davin, Connie Jo Howard Deaver, Joan B. DiNapoli, Donna M. Dorsey, ECU College of Nursing Senior Class, Melinda Fagundus, Ida P. Gaskill, Skelly Foundation, Annette Grady Greer, Susan D. Harrell, Aline Hamblen Harz, Edward Michael Healey, Mary Ellen Holland, Phyllis N. Horns, Brenda Morgan Jarman, Carolyn W. Jones, Jeanette A. Jones, Sarah Best Jordan, Karen C. Krupa, Deitra L. Lowdermilk, Richard Eugene McDaniel, Patricia Darlene Mitchell, Kimberly Corcoran Moore, Patricia G. Morris, Sallie V. Naves, Barbara Barlow Overby, Diane Adkins Poole, Bridget F. Rogers, James L. Scandura, Kimberly B. Sensebrenner, Patricia Halsey Sheehan, Nancy Lou Stephenson, Walton Kirkham Sydnor, Sherry Hall Tate, Gravely Foundation, Paul D. Tschetter, University Book Exchange, William and Julie Vurnakes, Margaret Hammet West, Dorothy Daniel Williams, Lucille R. Williams, and Annette B. Wysocki.
Any donor who gives a minimum of $100 for two or more consecutive years will become a member. Recent graduates also will be included for membership into a sub-group of the society by giving consistently after graduation. Members will be recognized with their names on a plaque in the nursing building, in an alumni publication and on the College of Nursing Web site.
"The purpose is to encourage consecutive giving to the College of Nursing while promoting the importance of any gift, large or small," said Mark Alexander, director of development for the College of Nursing. For more information, call Alexander at 252-744-2238 or e-mail at email@example.com .