(October 18, 2018) NGU alumni gathered at the fall Alumni Connect event at the Cannon Centre in Greer on Thursday, October 11. Four North Greenville University alumni and friend were honored by the university’s alumni association during an awards ceremony.
Nathan Bramsen (’07), from North Africa, was named distinguished alumnus of the year; Justin Pitts (’07, M.B.A. ’12), from Greer, was awarded the alumnus of the year honor; Janice Alford (’98), from Greenville, was recognized with the president’s award; Carl Dukes (’12, M.Ed. ’14), from Little River, was honored as young alumnus of the year; and Bea Dillard, of Spartanburg, was named friend of the year.
Nate Bramsen (’07), the recipient of the distinguished alumnus of the year award, was born and raised in Senegal, West Africa. At the age of 16, he saw the opportunity to invest his life into the abused, neglected, and abandoned children of this world for both the sake of time and eternity. After graduating from NGU with a degree in business and broadcasting, he headed to the Middle East to begin pioneer work among this demographic of children.
Second Photo: Nathan Bramsen (’07) named the 2018 distinguished alumnus of the year.
Third Photo: NGU President Dr. Gene C. Fant, Jr. presents Carl Dukes (’12, M.Ed. ’14) the 2018 young alumnus of the year award.
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