MENU
category: Campus News

FCS Department honors students, recognizes Bible with service award

Carson-Newman’s Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Department recognized Ray Bible as recipient of the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Service Award during an April 15 dinner. Joining Bible and his wife Barabara were several family members. Pictured left to right, front row: Barbara and Blake Bible; Second row: Allison Moody, Ashley Kirkland, Gean Ann and Tim Sing, Ray Bible, Kathryn and Scott Moore, and Ed Bible.

Carson-Newman’s Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Department recognized Ray Bible as recipient of the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Service Award during an April 15 dinner. Joining Bible and his wife Barabara were several family members. Pictured left to right, front row: Barbara and Blake Bible; Second row: Allison Moody, Ashley Kirkland, Gean Ann and Tim Sing, Ray Bible, Kathryn and Scott Moore, and Ed Bible.

(April 17, 2014)– Carson-Newman University’s Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Department honored Morristown’s Ray Bible during its annual honors banquet on April 15. Bible was named recipient of the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Service Award.

A Hamblen County native, Bible, along with his wife Barbara, has been a supporter of the University’s FCS program since 1989. The couple has devoted time, energy, and resources to the department and its students. Over the last 14 years, the Bibles have hosted luncheons for an estimated 700 FCS students, faculty, and guests at the home.

Since 2007 Bible, who serves as vice president of Bible Insurance, has been a member of Carson-Newman’s FCS Advisory Board as well as serving as chair. Contributions led to the establishment of the department’s Bible Food and Nutrition Sciences Suite in Blye-Poteat Hall, as well as the endowment of the Barbara Bible Scholars Fund.

He is an active member of the community serving as a member of Kiwanis Club International, the Walter State Community College President’s Trust, as well as in an elder and treasurer at Morristown’s First Presbyterian Church.

Highlights from the evening also included the presentation of departmental awards and scholarships to students and graduates which totaled over $100,000.

Students who received FCS awards during the evening included: Holly Lusk, C-N AFCS Leadership Award; Randall Nored, FCS Alumni Award; Bethany Parker, FCS Medal and Braden FCS Award; Madeline Reynolds, KONu Outstanding Sophomore Award; Madison Wilburn, Department of FCS Award.

Previous Post

Hawkins gets player of the year honor, Strudwick named coach of the year

Next Post

Carson-Newman's ‘Jazz on the Lawn’ Moves Inside This Evening

Related Posts

  • Campus News

    University honors faculty, staff with service awards

    During its annual President’s Welcome and Worship Service, Carson-Newman University celebrated 23 members of its faculty and staff with service awards. President Charles A. Fowler (front row, left) congratulated those […]

  • Campus News

    President Fowler announces C-N transitions

    As the fall semester begins on Carson-Newman’s campus, President Charles A. Fowler announced transitions within the University. The transitional plan positions the University for success in carrying out its mission. […]

  • Campus News

    GenSend shows students ‘everything you do can be missional’

    The North American Mission Board’s GenSend program gets college students out of their comfort zones and into hurting, broken communities. Students spend their summer in a major city, where ministry […]