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2010 Recipients

Justice Award
Warren T. Bamford, Class of 1980
Former special agent in charge, F.B.I headquarters in Boston; current VP, Global Security, National Grid
"His duties placed him in personal danger on practically a daily basis as he fought fraud, violent crime, and domestic and international terrorism in the effort to make our country safer."

John F. Barry '40 Spirit of Saint Anselm College Award
Catherine Castle (Howland) Bonner, Class of 1965
Class organizer and advocate; retired nurse
"Like a crack detective, she tracked down far-flung classmates and reminded them-repeatedly and in creative ways-about their upcoming 45th reunion."

Joseph P. Collins '34 Meritorious Service Award
Geraldine (Healy) DeLuca, Class of 1977
Business executive, dedicated alumna
"Geri has a clear vision about promoting the college in her region, and has done much to strengthen connections between Saint Anselm students and the accomplished alumni working in New York."

Young Alumni Service Award
Jennifer Durant, Class of 2002
Public policy specialist, N.H. Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence
"Besides working directly with victims, she has been a voice in the legislature, assisting with the rewriting of the state's sexual offender registry and sexual assault laws."

Walter J. Gallo'58 Award
Alice C. (Upham) Dunfey, Class of 1968
Former Associate Director of Admission, Saint Anselm College
"Alice has ushered hundreds of Anselmians through the doors the college, often making lifelong friends as she did so."

Alumni Award of Merit
Col. Judith A. (Henri) Hughes, Class of 1987
Pacific command nurse, U.S. Air Force
"Despite her high rank and responsibility, she takes the time to visit medical facilities in person and speak on-on-one with the nursing staff and patients."

Academic Achievement Award
Emily J. Orlando, Ph.D., Class of 1991
Professor of literature and writing, Fairfield University, expert in author Edith Wharton
"Her attention was riveted by every detail of 18th century literature and the plays of William Shakespeare."

John A. Houghton '49 Alumni Council Award (posthumously)
James H. Bradley, Class of 1953
Alumni Council member
He was a loyal Golden Anselmian, employee, mentor, volunteer, Abbey Player, and Shakespeare sonnet reader.
"Jim spoke the poetry with such a beautiful cadence of voice and depth of feeling that he made literal Shakespeare's own words, ‘So long lives this, and this gives life to thee!'"