2000-2001 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients

2001 Distinguished Alumni Award Honorees

122.Matt Cawthon Bw

Matthew Cawthon ('80)

Texas Ranger (retired), named National Police Officer of the Year by the U.S. Department of Justice and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Youths in 1999; chief deputy at the McLennan County Sherriff’s Office in Waco until October 2014

123.01 John Coil 40sm

John Coil ('39 & '40)*

Project manager overseeing development and construction of the country’s first light rail transit system; Construction Man of the Year by the Engineering News Record

124.01 Rudy Davalos 60sm

Rudy Davalos ('60)

General Robert Neyland Athletic Director Award, American Football Foundation; San Antonio Catholic Youth Organization’s Man in Youth Award

125.01 Kay Adams Henderson 67sm

Kay Adams Henderson ('67)

Founded Gourmet Curriculum Press, which produces nationally recognized educational materials for all levels

126.01 Dan Locker 67sm

Dan Locker ('67)

Designed and implemented first Flying Ambulance Surgical Trauma team;
lead agent for DOD Health Services Region IV

127.01 B.Moore Bw

Beth Greene Moore ('82)

President and Founder of Living Proof Ministries; Bible study teacher and author of a broad collection of biblical publications

2000 Distinguished Alumni Award Honorees

117.00 Richard Baish 69

Richard Owen Baish ('69)

Former president of El Paso Natural Gas Company; Industry Standard Board; American and Texas Bar Associations

118.00 T.Paul Bulmahn 78

T. Paul Bulmahn ('78)

President and founder of ATP Oil & Gas Corporation, an international offshore development company; industry leader in utilization of subsea technology

119.00 Daniel Chesire 74&75

Daniel P. Chesire ('74 & '75)

Nationally recognized expert in the fields of semiconductor device development and reliability physics

120.00 James Polk 91

James E. Polk ('91)

Austin Music Hall of Fame; known for his collaboration with Ray Charles for 10 years as an orchestra director and arranger

121.00 Inez Ramsay 37 & 59

Inez Wenzel Ramsay ('37 & '59)*

Recognized by the National Association for Bilingual Education as a pioneer in bilingual education in Texas during the 1930s