Ben Dewey - 2012
Ben Dewey was born and raised at the foot of the Rocky Mountains in Denver, Colorado. In 2000 he got his first 2.1 megapixel camera and was PSYCHED. In high school he began taking video cameras on mountain climbing trips and making adventure documentaries. Now he lives in New York and shoots narrative films, music videos, and documentaries, but his mind still spends a lot of time in the mountains. You can see his work at BenDeweyFilms.com.
At the tender age of 17, Ben Dewey accepted the challenge of producing the video, WHAT YOU LEAVE BEHIND, which is used for educational purposes to raise awareness that, suddenly, your perfect world can be altered, beyond the ability of human understanding. Our existence is so very fragile–this is the message that we want to convey, not just to teenagers, but to everyone.
Molly Roth - 2013
THE WHIT CAMMACK FOUNDATION has awarded the 2013 scholarship to Molly Roth of Trinidad, Colorado for outstanding achievement in academics.
Molly is the daughter of Gurio Vincenti and Cathleen Roth. She plans to attend Regis University and purse a degree in physical therapy. Throughout high school Molly has made academics her top priority. Upon graduation she will have completed a total of thirty-two college credit hours, in addition to taking all offered honors course work at THS. Molly was class president all four years of high school as well as a member of National Honors Society and student council president. She was a recipient of the Edward Jones Academic Award, and the school winner and a state finalist for the Wendy’s High School Heisman award. Along with her academics Molly participates in sports year round playing volleyball, basketball, and running track.
Molly has received All-Conference in each sport; two in volleyball, one in basketball, and four in track. She was also team captain of the volleyball team. In basketball Molly went to state two years in a row and her team was also league and regional champions. In track she went to state all four years of high school receiving six state medals. Molly also holds a number of records at her high school. She is graduating Valedictorian of the class of 2013 with a 4.265 GPA.
Rachelle Makinde, MD - 2017
Dr. Rachelle Makinde (second from right) is honored as the recipient of the first Mary Booth Steward, MD Memorial award. Congratulating her are (from left), Dr. Charles Whitten, Chair of the Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Management; Caroline Cammack; Dr. Ravi Bhoja; and Dr. Catherine Barden.
Andrea Murray, MD - 2018
Caroline Cammack presents the Mary Booth Steward, MD Memorial Award for Outstanding Anesthesia Resident to Dr. Andrea Murray.
Diane McCune, MD - 2019
Diane McCune, MD receives the MBS Award for Most Outstanding Resident, given by her peers