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Hawkins visits alumni and friends in Georgia and Florida
Rita Mitchell

Jonathon Hawkins, associate director of alumni and development, recently traveled to southern Georgia and north Florida to share the good news of Webb with alumni and friends. 

Hawkins along with Webb alumna and trustee Gwen Owen ’75 met with Davis Scott ’64 in Saint Simon’s Island. Owen hosted the group at the Frederica Golf Club. Later in the day, Hawkins visited with Dr. Page Faulk from the Class of 1955 at The Cloisters on Sea Island. 

After a quick drive to Jacksonville, Hawkins continued his visits meeting with Class of 1999 graduate Lauren Parkes of St. Augustine and Trustee emeritus Vance Berry ’72 at his law office in the San Marco neighborhood (not pictured).

The trip continued in Tallahassee where Hawkins visited with Nicole Woodward ’06 as well as Distinguished Alumnus, former trustee, and scholarship donor Walter Manley ’64. 

In addition, a special gathering was held in Quincy with the family of the Munroe brothers who attended Webb in the 1930s and 1940s. In attendance were Judy Woodward Gregory, Pat and Mary Kate Woodward, and George Woodward (not pictured). Judy and Pat’s mother Julia Munroe Woodward established a scholarship in her brothers’ memory in 2002. After breakfast, the group took a brief tour of the Pat Munroe House, designated a Florida Heritage Site by the state, which is currently owned by the city of Quincy. Mr. Munroe was a prominent businessman and sent five sons to Webb. 

Davis Scott ’64, Gwen Owen ’75, Jonathon Hawkins

 Walter Manley ’64, Jonathon Hawkins

Jonathon Hawkins, Lauren Parkes ’99

Page Faulk ’55, Jonathon Hawkins

Nicole Woodward ’06, Jonathon Hawkins

Pat Woodward, Mary Kate Woodward, Judy Woodward
Gregory, Jonathon Hawkins (Not Pictured: George Woodward)

Plaque in front of Pat Munroe House