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WSSU celebrates new Heritage Society inductees with virtual ceremony

WSSU welcomes its newest Heritage Society members during 2020 virtual induction ceremony. 

Winston-Salem State University welcomed over 60 new Heritage Society members during a virtual induction ceremony on Dec. 3. The Heritage Society honors individuals who have established an endowed fund or included the university in their estate plans.

“To this year’s inductees, I offer congratulations and gratitude for your support,” says WSSU Chancellor Elwood L. Robinson. “Your financial commitments will help WSSU develop graduates who thrive in our dynamic and global society – now and well into the future.”

The 2020 inductees are:

  • L. Renee Coleman Alexander ’91
  • Kenneth and Coretta Jeffries Bigelow '79
  • Harold Bost ’65
  • Ivey L. and Candice S. Wooten Brown
  • Victor Bruinton ’82
  • Ken and Melonia Carroll
  • Ronald Carroll
  • Robert Clark
  • Rosalyn Penn Covington
  • Blake Dye ’92
  • Siobahn Day Grady ’05
  • Amanda R. Eure ’10
  • Gordon ’78 and Sharon Boone Everett ’80
  • Earl Franks '81
  • Joseph “Trey” Godette III ’13
  • Delores Graham ’64
  • Hal E. and Barbara Guess
  • Jonathan E. Haggler
  • Tyyawdi M. Hands
  • Borden and Anne S. Hanes
  • Eldridge Hanes
  • James Hanes
  • Robin Hanes
  • Bud and Bett Hargrave
  • Barney and Catherine Pettie Hart ’74
  • Lash'75 and Bettina Dunston Hocutt ’78
  • Sandra H. Jackson ’73
  • Clifton J. Kenon, Jr.
  • Wade and Bettie Kornegay ’58
  • Winfred Robert Mack, Jr.
  • Constance Mallette
  • Chenetta Mallette
  • Michael Durwood Murrell ’77 (posthumous)
  • Robert W. and Patricia Norris ‘93
  • Drewry H. Nostitz and Christoph Nostitz
  • Ray and Cathy Owen
  • Roland Penn ’64
  • Dustin J. Pickett ’13
  • Clayton A. Scott ’76
  • Jane H. Sizemore
  • Gordon Q. Slade ’94
  • David C. Spell '71
  • Charles E. Talley '73
  • Matt Wallaert
  • Robert Lewis'78 and Wanda Scott Weeks ’78
  • Nancy White
  • Christopher A.’83 and Gwendolyn Wilson ’83
  • Mataryun “Mo” Wright ’01

View the virtual Heritage Society Induction Ceremony

 

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