College of Business Hall of Fame

The purpose of the Hall of Fame is to recognize alumni who have excelled in business and are to be honored with the highest tribute possible for graduates of the College of Business. The members of the Hall of Fame will serve as outstanding role models for our current and future students.

Eligibility requirements:

The candidate must be

  • distinguished in his or her chosen profession or life work
  • a person of such integrity, stature, and demonstrated ability that faculty, staff, students, and alumni will take pride and be inspired by his/her recognition
  • an individual who, in deed and in action, recognizes the importance of his/her education at Lamar and whose interest and loyalty are evident
  • an alumnus of either the undergraduate or graduate programs of the College of Business

William C. Childs

William C. Childs

C. W. Conn, Jr.

C. W. Conn, Jr.

James G. Crump

James G. Crump

Hallmark

Dan Hallmark

Terry Kelley

Terry Kelley

Elvis L. Mason

Elvis L. Mason

Jordan

Jordan "Jerry" Reese III

Jay Barton Simmons

Jay Barton Simmons

Bette A. Stead

Bette A. Stead

Robert A. Swerdlow

Robert A. Swerdlow

J. Donald Warren, Jr.

J. Donald Warren, Jr.

L.E. Gene Arnold

L.E."Gene" Arnold 

Nominations:

Please submit a letter or email nomination along with any additional information available regarding the nominee.
All nominations should be mailed to:
College of Business Hall of Fame Committee
College of Business
P.O. Box 10059
Beaumont, Texas 77710
Henry.Venta@Lamar.edu