QUEEN’S HON­OURS MAIT­LAND WOMAN

The Recorder & Times (Brockville) - - NEWS -

A Mait­land woman has been hon­oured for her con­tri­bu­tions to Queen’s Univer­sity. Sarah Jane Dum­brille re­cently re­ceived the univer­sity’s Dis­tin­guished Ser­vice Award, which is pre­sented to those “who have made the univer­sity a bet­ter place through their ex­tra­or­di­nary con­tri­bu­tions.” In the pre­sen­ta­tion, Dum­brille was cited for her work in con­nect­ing the Kingston Health Sciences Cen­tre with Brockville Gen­eral Hos­pi­tal. She served many years as board chair of BGH and then as a board mem­ber of both Queen’s and the Kingston Gen­eral Hos­pi­tal. Queen’s Univer­sity needs places to place their doc­tors-in-train­ing and the BGH pro­vided that place through Dum­brille’s lia­son. From left, Queen’s Chan­cel­lor Jim Leech and Prin­ci­pal Daniel Woolf present Dum­brille with the award.

PHOTO BY GAR­RETT EL­LIOTT

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