LSU Alumni Association names 6 to Hall of Distinction
BATON ROUGE - The LSU Alumni Association's Hall of Distinction will induct an Olympian, a construction CEO and a former associate athletic director, among others, later this month.
The university announced this year's inductees on Wednesday.
They are: Lolo Jones, an American track-and-field and bobsled athlete; Newtron Group founder, owner and CEO Newton Thomas; Herbert H. "Herb" Vincent Jr., SEC associate commissioner of communications; J. Patrick Mulhearn, executive director of Celtic Studios in Baton Rouge; J. Tinsley Oden, vice president of research at the University of Texas at Austin; David M. Suarez, president of the Atlantic Company of America.
An official ceremony will be held March 27 at the Lod Cook Alumni Center.
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