Messenger - Vol. 4, No. 3, Page 5 1995 Distinguished alums Nineteen University graduates were recognized this spring for their great promise in professional or public service. Honored with the 1995 Presidential Citation for Outstanding Achievement, pictured with President David P. Roselle (front, third from left) are (front, from left): Marie-Anne Wooley, Delaware '88, veterinarian at Red Lion Veterinary Hospital, New Castle, Del.; Judith D. Zuk, Delaware '76M, president and chief executive officer of the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens; Roselle; Iran Lawrence, Delaware '79, fiber artist; Pamela Brown Carroll, Delaware '76, mid-Atlantic regional business director of Janssen Pharmaceuticals; Marian Kaminitz, Delaware '84M, chief conservator of the National Museum of the American Indian in New York City; and Paul Drayton Jr., Delaware '82, executive director of the Delaware River and Port Authority; Pictured in the back are Christopher Castagno, Delaware '83, director of Chestnut Enterprises Ltd., a Hong Kong trading and investment company; Nancy Hawthorne Wilson, Delaware '71, '88M, '94PhD, Delaware administrator responsible for developing interagency agreements for early intervention programs for infants and toddlers with disabilities; Kyle Elizabeth Skopic, Delaware '84, assistant county attorney for Fairfax, Va.; Margaret Schulz Maley, Delaware '86, an oncology nurse and president of Oncology Care Home Health Specialists Inc.; Michael R. Liberati, Delaware '81, '83M, senior section manager-geology at the DuPont Co.'s Environmental Remediation Services; Rakesh Agrawal, Delaware '77M, principal engineering associate at Air Products & Chemicals Inc.; Kurt B. Akeley, Delaware '80 vice president and chief engineer of visual systems group, Silcon Graphics Inc; and Devona Goeins Williams, Delaware '76, '82M, '92PhD, owner of Goeins-Williams Associates, a management consulting and public relations business. Not pictured are Carol Bieber, Delaware '76, co-founder and owner of Flapdoodles Children's Clothing; Marc A. Ham, Delaware '85, co- founder and president of Flapdoodles Children's Clothing; Mark A. Kleinschmidt, Delaware '81, president of New Castle County Economic Development Corp.; Melanie Lewis, Delaware '86, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and school teacher; and Kirk Souder, Delaware '85, art director, co-owner and founder of Ground Zero Advertising.