Alumni honored during Potomac State Homecoming
Potomac State College of West Virginia University recently recognized four individuals at their annual awards banquet during Homecoming festivities. Pictured left to right: Campus Provost Len Colelli; Amanda Compton (Class of ’99), the first dual-licensed veterinary technician/equine dental technician with the Virginia Board of Veterinary Medicine was presented with the Young Alumni Award. The following two individuals were presented with the Alumni Achievement Award: Robert Harman (Class of ’60), who served as the Administrator/CEO of Grant Memorial Hospital in Petersburg, W.Va. from 1965 to 2010 and Edward Richards (Class of ‘53), who served as a research and technical service agronomist for 22 years. Jennings Stickley, president of the PSC Alumni Association, served as Master of Ceremonies and as a presenter. Not pictured, Edith Ludwick, who was the recipient of the Distinguished Service Award.