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The Yellowjackets' basketball squad co-captain David Funderburg, who brought many of his team members to Christ, and Gracie Smith, "the epitome of a servant leader," received the Algernon Sydney Sullivan and Mary Mildred Sullivan Awards respectively.
Justin Thomas and Linnie Russell, both seniors at Troy, and Joe McCall, a senior lecturer, were honored with this year's Sullivan Awards for their commitment to service and the university's values.
Mi’Destini Victorian, Dulce Maria Salcedo and Christy Weir Krueger were honored for their selfless and tireless service both to Memphis and their home towns.
Mondesir completed more than 1,800 hours of community service and leadership training while at Washington and Lee University, including as president of the Campus Kitchen leadership team.
Chibuike "ChiChi" Odo's "volunteer service, character and spiritual qualities only touch the surface of the impact he has made ... at Davidson and foreshadow the massive impact he will make on the world," said his head coach.
Roebuck, a double major in religious studies and political science, earned the Sullivan Award in part because of her unstinting commitment to helping refugees and immigrants who have come to the U.S. seeking a better life.
Clevenstine, an economics major, wants to dedicate her career to combating the stigma of food insecurity and making sure everyone has access to food, housing and economic opportunity.