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Alumni Association Board of Directors ballot
The Alumni Association Board of Directors nominating committee has proposed the following nominees for election to three-year terms from 2012 through 2015. Please vote for up to seven nominees and return the ballot by April 15. Results will be announced at the Alumni Association board meeting in late April.

___ Kendley J. Davenport '84, Chicago, Ill., public administration/management

___ Colin L. Goddard '08, Washington, D.C., international studies

___ Lisa Glasscock Miller '87, Staunton, Va., veterinary medicine

___ Jean Skelton Montague '69, Midlothian, Va., English

___ Jay S. Poole '78, Glen Allen, Va., agriculture education

___ A. Carole Pratt '72, Pulaski, Va., biology

___ Philip S. Thompson '77, Collierville, Tenn., materials science and engineering

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Virginia Tech's Columbarium
Virginia Tech's columbarium
John McCormick
Many campuses have a columbarium where alumni and others may choose to be interred. Virginia Tech’s columbarium, on a grassy knoll near the Duck Pond, is footsteps away from the Holtzman Alumni Center, and several reservations have been received since the 2011 announcement of the columbarium’s construction.

The Hokie Stone structure houses 60 niches that may be purchased for individual or dual interments. Each niche is covered with a maroon granite face, on which names are engraved and filled with gold lettering. Behind the columbarium, a walkway leads to a terrace area, which is designed to accommodate expansion. For more information, contact Josh Burnheimer at 540-231-6285 or


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