Founders' Dinner 2003 Award Recipients
We honor those who established Loyola,
Those who built on that foundation,
Those who give life to it today,
And those whose vision looks toward the future...
Honoring a Loyola alumnus(a) who has spent a lifetime in public service, living the Jesuit ideal of a "person for others"
School of Law, 1962
Justice - Appellate Court of Illinois
Spirit of Loyola
Honoring an individual who exemplifies the Ignatian spirit of leadership and service to the community
Mercy Home for Boys & Girls
Heart of Loyola
Honoring an alumnus(a) who embodies the heart of Loyola through his or her extraordinary generosity and commitment to Jesuit education
School of Business Administration, 1958
Principal - Shatkin, Arbor & Karlov
Honoring a corporation or foundation who has contributed significantly to the betterment of society and the university community with its extraordinary philanthropy
Named for M. Justitia Coffey, B.V.M., the first President of Mundelein College, this award honors a Mundelein College alumna for her leadership in a community, leadership in industry and service to others.
Mundelein College, 1965
Named for Loyola University Chicago's primary founder, Arnold Damen, S.J., this award is granted to an alumnus(a) from each of Loyola's schools and colleges. It recognizes the qualities of leadership in industry, leadership in community and service to others.
Peggy & Peter Steinfels
B.A. 1963, B.A. 1963
The Graduate School
Karen L. Meyer
University College (now Mundelein College)
Richard J. Peterson
School of Business Administration
John J. Terry
School of Education
Sandria D. Rodriguez, Ph.D.
School of Law
The Honorable Mary Ann G. McMorrow
Stritch School of Medicine
Rodney S. Alford, M.D.
B.S. 1979, M.D. 1982
Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing
School of Social Work
Agnes L. Piszczek