CASC Development Foundation honors McBee, Brigance family

POTEAU--Carl Albert State College Development Foundation’s “Founders’ Evening – A Celebration of Giving” honored George and Rosemary McBee as the newest members of the College’s Hall of Fame and the Albert H. and Pat (Hicks) Brigance family as the Statue of Liberty Award Recipient. 

The evening included a reception and dinner on July 18 at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Center emceed by CASC Development Foundation executive committee member James Smith.   During the evening, CASC Development Foundation chairman Steve Holton also presented commemorative apples of appreciation to bronze, silver, gold, platinum and diamond club inductees. President Jay Falkner inducted the McBees into the Hall of Fame and Royce Brigance Jackson, daughter of Albert H. and Pat (Hicks) Brigance, accepted the honor on behalf of the family.

The Hall of Fame is the College’s way of honoring those who have distinguished themselves through outstanding service and brought honor and distinction to Carl Albert State College.  Throughout their near-53 years of marriage, George and Rosemary McBee have cultivated their passion for education, and their community, into a legacy worthy of honor. 

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