May 11, 2012
The Morningside College Alumni Association presented its 2012 Distinguished Alumni Award to the David Holub of Sioux City during the college’s senior celebration dinner held Friday, May 11, at the Marina Inn.
In addition, the Morningside College Alumni Association presented outstanding senior awards to four members of Morningside’s 2012 graduating class. Recipients of the senior awards were Jessica Boschen of Newman Grove, Neb., a biology major; Garth Hamilton of Lincoln, Neb., a psychology counseling major; Lindsay Noteboom of South Sioux City, Neb., an English education major; and Whitney Postma of Ireton, Iowa, a nursing major.
Holub, a 1970 Morningside graduate, was a member of the Morningside College Alumni Association Board from 1995 to 2012 and had served as treasurer and most recently as president. A senior vice president at Security National Bank in Sioux City, Holub also has served as a board member for Boys and Girls Home and Family Services, the Alpha Center and Sioux City Chamber of Commerce.
Morningside College President John Reynders presented the alumni award to Holub and cited him for his service to Morningside College, its students and the alumni association.
Adam Lloyd of Sioux City, a 2004 Morningside graduate and president of the Morningside College Alumni Association, presented the outstanding senior awards. The senior awards are given in the name of the late Brooke Simmons-Goodwin, a 1999 Morningside graduate and past president of the college’s alumni association board. A committee of Morningside faculty and staff select the senior award recipients based on the student’s commitment to campus life, academic achievement and service to the Sioux City area.