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1 6 B U L L E T I N Three esteemed professionals were the recipients of Randolph College’s 2016 Alumnae Achievement Awards, presented in September by President Bradley W. Bateman. The 2016 Alumnae Achievement Award winners were: Muriel Zimmerman Casey ’53 Muriel Zimmerman Casey ’53 earned her degree in English and started her career as a teacher for Lynchburg’s Seven Hills School in 1963. By 1968, she was serving as both a teacher and counselor for the school. In 1968, she was named assistant headmistress, and she went on to earn her M.Ed. from the University of Virginia. When she was hired as the alumnae director in 1972, Muriel began what would become a 30-year career at R-MWC. During her time at the College, she was an integral part of her alma mater, forging relationships and creating programming designed to engage alumnae. When she retired in 2003, the Muriel Zimmerman Casey Alumnae House was named in her honor. Muriel has added to her legacy at the College since her retirement. She has continued to volunteer a tremendous amount of time, serving as a mentor and guide to the alumnae and alumni office staff, and willingly sharing her memories and expertise in the College’s history. She is also very active in her community. She has been a lay reader at Trinity Episcopal Church, a member of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education in Washington, D.C., and a director of the board of the Lynchburg Mental Health Association. She has also served on the board of the Woman’s Club of Lynchburg, and Muriel Zimmerman Casey ’53


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