University of Louisville Magazine

FALL 2017

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71 FALL 2017 Gary C. Ball, School of Dentistry, 1978 Ball runs Ball Dentistry in Indianapolis with his wife and children. He regularly provides free dental care at a homeless shelter in Indianapolis. Ball established the Ball Bequest for Birth Defects and the Gary and Allyson Ball Endowment at UofL. Louis and Louise Bornwasser, Student Affairs Legacy Award Louis Bornwasser was an original founder of UofL's famous Red Barn. He and his wife, Louise, are members of the Red Barn Alumni Associ- ation and established the Louis W. and Louise Bornwasser Student Emergency Fund. Claudia A. Corcoran, College of Education and Human Development, 1979 As an educator who began her career in Jefferson County Public Schools, Corcoran strongly believes in the promotion of peace, health and education. She and her husband, Tom, established an endowment to help UofL students study counseling and mental health overseas. Kenneth Crawford, II, College of Arts and Sciences, 1987 The President of Kenneth Crawford Interiors in Hollywood, Florida, Crawford is a prominent interior designer who has worked with prestigious clients across the world. Natasha DeJarnett, School of Public Health & Information Sciences, 2009, 2013 Through her work with the American Public Health Association, DeJarnett has received several significant awards, including a fellowship to investigate cardiovascular risks of air pollution exposures. Jennifer Doyle, School of Nursing, 1998 A Perinatal Outreach Educator, Doyle has committed her nursing career to caring for women's health and pregnant women. Ohio Governor John Kasich appointed her to the Ohio Maternal-Newborn Advisory Council. John P. Gearhart, School of Medicine, 1975 As a practicing physician and a professor, Gearhart is a pioneer in helping children born with congenital birth defects and childhood urinary cancers. He is a leading expert in pediatric urology and reconstructive surgery. Marshall L. Matz, School of Law, 1971 Matz is a principal attorney with Olsson Frank Weeda Terman Matz, where he specializes in food, nutrition and agriculture law. During his career, he has worked as counsel to Senate committees on Capitol Hill and served on Barack Obama's presidential campaign. Guy and Libbye Montgomery, UofL Libraries The Montgomerys established the Elizabeth Kennedy Simon Conservation Fund, to conserve rare books in honor of Libbye's late mother. They also have been instrumental in supporting UofL's Archives and Special Collections Library. Rosalyn Taylor O'Neale, Kent School of Social Work, 1981 A principal consultant at Cook Ross, O'Neale has more than 30 years of experience leading learning-based interventions in over 48 countries and six continents. She is an executive coach for Fortune 500 companies, government agencies and educational institutions. Julio Racine, School of Music, 1975 Racine is highly regarded as one of the best composers in Haiti. He established the Sainte Trinite Music School in Port-Au-Prince and also organizes youth music camps across the country. William J. Ready, College of Business, 2001 Ready is the chief operating officer and executive vice president at PayPal Holdings, Inc. He is responsible for PayPal's checkout experiences, Braintree and Venmo. Timothy Reilly, School of Engineering, 1986 As founder and former president of Stonestreet One LLC, Reilly helped develop and license software for Bluetooth technology that is included in millions of devices produced by companies such as Microsoft, Nike, GoPro and Fitbit. T he chief operating officer for PayPal, a dentist who provides free dental care for the homeless, and one of Haiti's best composers are just a few of the distinguished Uof L alumni to be honored at the 2017 Wilson Wyatt Alumni Awards. The awards recognize prominent graduates who have earned distinction in their careers and been exemplary ambassadors for the university. ALUMNUS OF THE YEAR Bruce Henderson, co-owner, chairman and chief executive officer of Henderson Services, is the 2017 Alumnus of the Year. Henderson, a third-generation owner, has been leading the company since 1979. He graduated with both his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineer- ing and his Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering in 1973. (See photo on page 62) ALUMNI ASSOCIATION HONORS OUTSTANDING GRADUATES Claudia Corcoran accepts the Alumni Fellow award from the College of Education and Human Development. ALUMNI FELLOWS

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