Fairmount College to induct three into Hall of Fame

A champion for women and water quality, an ambassador to Tanzania, and a world-known heart surgeon who exemplify the merits and advantages of a liberal arts and sciences education will be inducted at the Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Hall of Fame ceremony 2-3 p.m, Oct. 22 in Wiedemann Hall. Induction into the Fairmount College Hall of Fame is the highest recognition of outstanding alumni who have had a significant impact on the region, nation and world. The event is open to the public.

Click on the links below to learn more about each inductee.

Quincalee Brown 

1961, BA-English; BA-Speech

Brown has dedicated her life to serving the needs of women and to ensuring water quality. 

Vincent L. Gott

1951, BS-Biological Sciences

Gott is known the world over for his work in cardiac surgery and his assistance with developing the first pacemaker and artificial heart valves.  Gott will be inducted posthumously.

Alfonso Lenhardt

1976, MS-Administration of Justice

Lenhardt committed his life to serving his country, first through the U.S. Army and then through several high profile government positions, including U.S. Ambassador to Tanzania.