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E. Grant Hesser ’41 has received a 2010 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Spirit of Construction Foundation of Greater Cincinnati, Ohio. Hesser worked for more than 50 years with family construction firm Charles V. Maescher & Co. Inc., serving as president and then chairman from 1964 to 1997.
Stephen Spahn ’63, the chancellor of the Dwight School in New York City since 1967, has received the Lewis Hine Distinguished Service Award for Service to Children & Youth from the National Child Labor Committee for “more than 40 years of helping students find their sparks of genius.”
Jon Callaghan ’91 and Doug Pepper ’95 have made CloudAve.com’s list of the “Top 30 Most Respected Venture Capitalists.” No. 18 Callaghan is a general partner at True Ventures in Palo Alto, California, focused on early-stage entrepreneurs; No. 20 Pepper is a general partner at InterWest in Menlo Park, California, focused on technology-enabled services.
Alex Ghesquiere ’99, captain of the San Francisco-based ultimate Frisbee team Revolver, led his team to both the 2010 World and National Cup championships.
Meghan Feely ’08 has earned the 2010 Mayo Clinic Fellows’ Association Humanitarian Award. Feely, a third-year medical student at the Mayo Medical School in Rochester, Minnesota, is the founder and chair of Aid for Africa, which collects and ships medical and scientific textbooks to medical schools in Third World countries.
David Chodounsky ’08 of Crested Butte, Colorado, has been named to the 2011 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships team. Chodounsky led the Dartmouth men’s alpine team as captain to win the overall NCAA championship in 2005.