Loyola Dinner of Honor and distinction
The Loyola Dinner of Honor and Distinction originally scheduled for this fall has been moved to October 2021, so the 2020 honorees will be recognized at that time. Congratulations to the honorees!:
The Sword of St. Ignatius is given to honor a person who has striven to demonstrate exemplary service for the Greater Glory of God (AMDG). This sword symbolizes the unique spiritual virtues associated with St. Ignatius of Loyola - courage, loyalty, and service to the Catholic Church.
Rev. Daniel S. Hendrickson, SJ, PhD
The Hall of Fame award is given to individuals who have displayed distinguished service to Prep as teachers, staff, coaches, board members, alumni, parents or friends. The primary consideration is to honor individuals who have provided direct service to Prep and who are good examples of living personal lives of faith and service.
Tom Belford '71
The Ancilla Domini award is given to a woman characterized by her caring, nurturing and unselfish dedication to her faith, family and community. The celebrated life is an example of how to use to the fullest, the gifts given to her by God.
The Alumnus of the Year award is given to an individual who embodies the values Prep aspires to instill in its graduates through a commitment to living a life devoted to serving others.
Dave Hefflinger '65
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