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Newsmakers, September 2011


AWARDED: Randy Lowry, president of Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tenn., the Otis Floyd Jr. Award for Excellence in Administration by the Tennessee College Public Relations Association. Recipients are recognized for innovation, leadership, vision and communication.
NAMED: Sue Roush, communications assistant to Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman. Roush previously served as communication and alumni relations director at York College, York, Neb. Jim Dvorak, director, North Institute for Teaching and Learning at Oklahoma Christian University, Oklahoma City, Okla. Dvorak previously served as an associate professor of Greek and New Testament at OC. Don Lallathin, director of development, Continent of Great Cities, Addison, Texas. Lallathin previously served as vice president for advancement at Ohio Valley University, Vienna, W.Va.
NEW MINISTER: Joe Roberts, Collegeside church, Cookeville, Tenn.
SELECTED: Landry Kamdem Kamdem, recipient of the 2011 American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics Young Investigator Award. He is assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences at Harding University, Searcy, Ark.
ANNIVERSARIES: 66th: Foy and Dorace Guin, Birmingham, Ala. 60th: Clyde and Sheila Austin, Abilene, Texas.
BIRTHDAYS: 99th: Herman N. Holmes, Indianapolis. 98th: Walter Bryan, Edmond, Okla. 96th: Larue Ashley, Frankston, Texas. 92nd: Johnson Kell, Frankston, Texas. 92nd: Dina Mitchell, Frankston, Texas. 91st: Dixie Cox, Frankston, Texas. 90th: Isabel Grable, Frankston, Texas.  
PASSAGES: Gerald W. Lawrence, 67, June 16, Augusta, Ark. Longtime preacher and veteran. Eunice Moody, 90, June 21, retired nurse and devoted  member of the Kingman, Kan., church. David Branson, 80, July 3, Edmond, Okla. Veteran and longtime member of the Edmond church.

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