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Harvey ’80 & Hamburger ’84 to receive Distinguished Alumnus Awards Nov. 26


We are very proud to announce those members of the St. Charles community who will be honored with the 2013 Distinguished Alumnus Awards on Tuesday, November 26:Christopher L. Harvey ’80 and Timothy M. Hamburger ’84. The honors will be presented , at the school’s Thanksgiving Mass at 8:40 a.m. in the Robert C. Walter Student Commons.

The honorees, along with their family and friends, will be treated to a light breakfast reception in the Advisory Board Emeritus Conference Room in the Student Services & Fine Arts Center afterward.

Timothy M. Hamburger ’84 will be recognized for his highly-successful 24 years of sales and management experience in the healthcare industry. The school also wishes to acknowledge his selfless decision to accept the executive director’s role of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Central Ohio Chapter and the commitment he has upheld to raising awareness and donations to fight cancer these past 15 years.  St. Charles also wishes to show its sincere appreciation to Tim for having established The Timothy H. Hamburger/Seth A. Jenkins Volunteerism Award and honorarium.

Christopher L. Harvey ’80 will be honored to recognize the highly-respected international reputation and professional success he has earned in nearly three decades with J.P. Morgan & Co., currently as the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the J.P. Morgan Latin America Private Bank. St. Charles also wishes to acknowledge Chris’ quiet but significant involvement and philanthropic efforts in the community through his work with numerous boards and organizations, especially New Heights.

Congratulations to these two special alumni! They truly provide us an example of what it means to serve as “your brother’s keeper.”

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