Thanks to Mike Boone for passing this along. As a B-P guy, I'm especially pleased!
This evening Sheila and I were privileged to attend the Universal Notre Dame Night celebration with the Notre Dame Club of Denver. The event was emceed by Bill Hanzlik, and John McGreevy, Dean of the College of Arts and Letters, was the guest speaker, and he captivated the audience with a quiz on the four most significant events of the 1970’s, as well as goals and statistics for the College of Arts and Letters, and some interesting statistics about the University.
One of the evening’s highlights was the Distinguished Service Award presented to the Honorable Greg Hobbs, ND’66. The award reads: “For outstanding leadership in your profession and the Community evidencing the vision of the University of Notre Dame du Lac.”
"A Magna cum Laude graduate of Notre Dame and a graduate of the University of California at Berkley, Greg clerked for Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals Judge William E. Doyle. Bobbie and Greg served in Columbia with the Peace Corps. He was a partner with Davis, Graham & Stubbs, and served as Assistant Attorney General prior to being appointed to the Colorado Supreme Court in 1996 where in addition to his duties he chairs the Colorado Supreme Court’s Judicial Advisory Council. He is considered the leading expert on Water Law and has authored a number of books and legal treatises.”
Pat Lannon, another of our ’66 brethren, was recognized for his many contributions to the Notre Dame Club of Denver including his service on the Board of Directors.
Hope all is well with you.
Michael F. Boone