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Distinguished Alumni Award

The Durham Academy Distinguished Alumni Award was established in 1983 when the school celebrated its 50th anniversary. The award's purpose is:
 
"To recognize individuals who have distinguished themselves in their business, profession or vocation and through their actions have demonstrated concern for, and service to, their community. The individuals should have shown loyalty to Durham Academy, and their personal values and achievements should be representative of Durham Academy's highest ideals."
 
Each year a recipient is selected by a Distinguished Alumni Award Committee. All award winners have been actively involved in civic, charitable or cultural affairs. Many have been involved in Durham Academy affairs as volunteers, trustees or parents. All exemplify, through their lives, the values that Durham Academy hopes to instill in its students.
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April 11 Spring Alumni Reception will honor Kim Bullock Ionescu ’99, Chris Rosati ’89, Sheppy Vann
3/3/2014
The Durham Academy Alumni Board will honor two accomplished alumni and a beloved faculty member at its Spring Alumni Reception, set for April 11. The entire DA community is invited to celebrate the selection of Distinguished Alumni Award winner Kim Bullock Ionescu '99; Alumni Service Award winner Chris Rosati '89; and Faculty and Staff Legacy Award winner Sheppy Vann.

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Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients
1983
Jim Hendrix ’59
Watts Hill ’45
Tom Kenan ’55
Rebecca Trent Kirkland ’60
Dorothy Foster Teer ’59
 
1984
Bob Baker ’53
Gordon Crovitz ’76
 
1985
Harald Hansen ’51
Hubert Teer ’48
 
1986
Knox Massey, Jr. ’54
Bob Yowell ’54
 
1987
Charlotte Cunningham-Rundles ’61         
Ben McCutcheon ’45
 
1988
Jim Brame ’63
Al Bryant ’51
 
1989
Tom Morris ’70
 
1990
True Gregory Applegate ’62                
Alex Isley ’80
 
1991
Mary Duke Trent Jones ’58
Josiah Murray ’53

1992
John Hager ’54
 
1993
Jeff Hamill ’77
 
1994
Anne Gregory Rhodes ’60
 
1995
Mike Moylan ’84
Sterly L. Wilder ’79
 
1996
Peter Anlyan ’68
Ben Barker ’72
 
1997
Angus McBryde ’54
Neill McBryde ’62
 
1998
David Carr ’78
Hunter Monroe ’80
 
1999
Lenox Baker ’59
Virginia Rand Bowman ’74                
Beth Kramer Helsinger ’61                  
 
2000
Hope Boykin ’90
David Maddox ’76
 
2001
Caleb King ’77
Carlyle White ’65

2002
Mark Sanders ’81
Ken Wilson ’66
 
2003
Vivien Joklik ’77
Colin Soloway ’87
 
2004
David Beischer ’85
 
2005
Natalia Castillo ’81
Roger Jeffs ’79
 
2006
Greg Stanat ’83
 
2007
Laura Dunn ’93
Scott Wing ’72
 
2009
Claire Kremen ’78
 
2010
Brendan Moylan ’85                     
 
2012
Jim Sidbury ’76
 
2013
Ward Nye ’81