AMHERST, N.Y. – Five accomplished Daemen College graduates were honored at the 33rd annual Distinguished Alumni Awards dinner held on Oct. 25.
“We are pleased to pay tribute to the outstanding achievements of these exemplary alumni and commend them for their exceptional leadership and service,” said Daemen President Gary Olson. “These award recipients serve as outstanding examples to our students of the success that is possible because of a Daemen education.”
This year’s Distinguished Alumni Award, the highest honor bestowed to a graduate, was presented to Dr. Robert Huddler, Jr. ’92, ’04 of Westminster, Md. The award recognizes a graduate who has achieved distinction in his or her career and in the community and has shown outstanding dedication to the college.
An experienced physical therapist and prosthetist, Huddler serves as president of Advantage Prosthetics & Orthotics, where he developed the Comprehensive Amputee Management Program (CAMP) to help facilitate an individual’s transition from surgery to daily living.
Other 2019 honorees, who were chosen by the college’s National Alumni Board of Governors, are:
Past Distinguished Alumni Award recipients, family, friends, students, and other members of the Daemen community were in attendance at the celebration to honor this year’s award recipients.