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Campus service remembering the late Lockerbie Scholar Andrew McClune will take place Feb. 18
Campus service remembering the late Lockerbie Scholar Andrew McClune will take place Feb. 18February 10, 2003Kevin Morrowkdmorrow@syr.edu
A service celebrating the life of Andrew McClune will take place Tuesday, Feb. 18, beginning at 3 p.m. in the main chapel of Syracuse University’s Hendricks Chapel. McClune, 18, died Dec. 13. A native of Lockerbie, Scotland, he was a 2002-03 Lockerbie Scholar at SU.
SU’s Remembrance Scholars will serve as ushers, and SU’s Air Force ROTC unit will provide a color guard that will carry the Scottish flag. Those in attendance will be invited to sign a memory book that will later be presented to the McClune family. The family will be in attendance.
The service will begin with a greeting from the Rev. Thomas V. Wolfe, dean of Hendricks Chapel. A chaplain will offer a reading and prayer, and several speakers will refect upon McClune.
Among the speakers: Chancellor Kenneth A. Shaw; Judy O’Rourke, senior administrator in the Office of the Vice President for Undergraduate Studies; Graham Herbert, rector of Lockerbie Academy; Ruth McNay, a 2002-03 Lockerbie Scholar; Samuel Gorovitz, professor of philosophy and public administration, who was dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the time the special relationship between Syracuse University and Lockerbie was created; Newhouse professor Lawrence Mason Jr.; representatives from SU’s Division of International Programs Abroad; and students from Sadler Hall and the SU Honors Program.
A reception will follow in the Noble Room of Hendricks Chapel. The service and reception are open to all members of the University and Central New York communities.