On Tuesday, May 17, President John Hennessy presided over the Amy J. Blue Awards ceremony. Because of the rainy weather, the celebration was held inside Lagunita Dining Hall, rather than its usual spot in the outdoor courtyard. Still, it was a bright day for this year's honorees: MANUEL BAUTISTA, a plumber in Student Housing; DEAN A. EYRE III, program assistant in Undergraduate Advising and Research; and PECHE TURNER, department manager in the Department of Computer Science. The award honors outstanding staff in memory of Amy J. Blue, an associate vice president for administrative services and facilities, who died of brain cancer in May 1988.
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