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A moment from Augusta University's 2021 Memorial Ceremony, an annual event which honors the students, faculty and staff lost within the year. After the names were announced, attendees placed flower blooms in a bowl of water in memory of their loved ones.

Augusta University to host annual Memorial Ceremony on April 21

In remembrance of the faculty, staff and students lost this past year, please join Augusta University for a celebration of their lives at 3 p.m. April 21 on the Summerville Campus in front of Bellevue Hall.

Those honored include:

Faculty
  • Paulette P. Harris 
  • Walter J. Moore 
  • Gary M. Whitford 
University staff
  • Benita Howard Bizzell 
  • Ruth Ann Clark 
  • Hope L. Dunagan 
  • Ellen Elizabeth Gillis 
  • Diane Anthony Manghram 
Health system staff
  • Carol V. Clark 
  • Cathy Golatt 
  • Joann Kelley 
  • Vanessa Hooks 
  • Tabb Moore 
  • Shekita Redfield 
  • Peter Sardelis 
  • Patricia Tinley 
  • Genevieve Toomey 
  • Kovedia Washington 
Students
  • Jagers Isaiah Bartley 
  • Haley Lynn 
  • Mantrel McCray 
  • Kristofer Wood 

Email the Office of Protocol & Special Events with questions about the ceremony.

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