Alumni, alumni groups, a faculty member, and a current student were recognized for dedicated service at the annual awards ceremony Oct 3.
Ray Moyer ’63, Howard Steel Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Temple University School of Medicine, received the George Washington Kidd Class of 1836 Award for distinction in his career. Moyer treated countless Temple Owl football and basketball players as team physician and director of the university’s center for sports medicine and science. He was inducted into Temple’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2009. Members of the 76ers and Flyers also benefited from his services. Moyer was the recipient of the Pepper Prize.
The Joseph E. Bell ’28 award for distinguished service was presented to Alma Scott-Buczak ’74. A member of the Board of Trustees since 2003, Scott-Buczak serves as vice chair of the board’s Committee on Student Life and served as a trustee representative on the Implementation and Assessment Group on Greek Life. She is a member of the McDonogh Network steering committee, active in the Council of Lafayette Women, and has provided valuable assistance to admissions and career service programs. Scott-Buczak and her husband, Bill Scott ’74, endowed the Georgiabelle and Thomas Harrison Scott Sr. Memorial Scholarship.