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GO FORTH


DAVID MEJIA (JD ’76) PRESENTED at the 69th Annual Scientific Meet- ing and Clinical Lab Expo of the American As- sociation for Clinical Chemistry in San Diego.


HON. MARY ANNE MASON (JD ’77) RECEIVED the Honorary Fellow Award from the Illinois Bar Foundation.


JOSEPH A. POWER JR. (JD ’77) INDUCTED into the LawDragon 500 Hall of Fame. He also became president of the Inner Circle of Advocates, an invitation-only group of the 100 best plaintiff lawyers in the country.


CHARLOTTE PERRY (BA ’79) CELEBRATED 19 years in business with her firm, Off-Site Office Assistance, which provides ad- ministrative support to the legal and back- ground screening industries.


1980s


SHERI H. MECKLENBURG (JD ’82) RECEIVED the Richard J. Phelan Public Service Award at the Chicago Bar Association and Chi- cago Bar Foundation’s 19th Annual Pro Bono and Public Service Awards Luncheon.


KEVIN QUINN (BS ’83) APPOINTED the eighth president of Aquinas College. His inauguration was on November 1.


MICHAEL DURBIN (BS ’84) ELECTED to represent the Midwestern Society of Orthodontists on the Board of Trustees of the American Association of Orthodontists.


CLIFFORD W. HORWITZ (JD ’84) RECEIVED a Trial in Excellence Award at the annual Jury Verdict Reporter reception. He re- ceived a Plaintiff Attorney Achievement Award.


DANIEL G. WATTS (JD ’84) INAUGURATED as chairman of the Illinois Bankers Association.


DAVID T. BROWN (JD ’86) RECEIVED the 2017 Man of the Year Award from Jewish fraternity Zeta Beta Tau for outstanding leadership and achievement in community service.


HON. THOMAS M. DONNELLY (JD ’86) TRANSFERED to the trial section of the Law Division as an associate judge with the Cook County Circuit Court. He also joined the fac- ulty of the National Judicial College teaching Decision Making Skills to the entire Kansas


WHY WE GIVE BACK


Carl Moore Maria Moore


BS '66, JD '69 BS '67, MBA '70


" From seeing our own children and grand- children go through college, we appreciate how expensive it can be. So if we can make things easier for other people, even if it’s just a little bit, that’s what we try to do. Those are the kinds of values we learned as part of our Jesuit education at Loyola, and sharing the gifts God has given us just seems like what we’re supposed to do."


YOUR GIFT MAKES THE DIFFERENCE


LUC.EDU/GIVE


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PHOTO BY ERIK UNGER


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