Fonds 22-007 - Tony Storey fonds

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Tony Storey fonds

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    • 1971-2015 (Creation)
      Storey, Tony

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    6.5 cm of textual records
    12 photographs
    1 photograph album
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    Tony Storey began his undergraduate studies at Trent University in 1971 at Champlain College and graduated with a B.A. in Philosophy. In November 1978, he was hired by Trent University as Assistant to the Master at Otonabee College, working alongside Elwood Jones at the time. In February 1984, he became the coordinator of Alumni Affairs and was later promoted to Director of Alumni Affairs. Tony is a long time Trent University member and had a significant role in developing the culture of Trent Alumni philanthropy and received several awards for his services and accomplishments. After his retirement in 2011, Tony served as editor for the Trent University Association of Retired Persons newsletter.

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    Fonds includes personal and professional correspondence, press clippings, descriptions of benchmark occasions, and award certificates from Storey’s Trent University career, including The Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education Communication Award (1986), the Big Brothers and Big Sisters National Commendation Award (2000), and the Trent University Eminent Service Award (2011). There is also a large photograph album highlighting the 40 years that Tony spent at Trent University. Also included are 12 individual photographs of Storey, including headshots, 1 photo of Storey receiving the Big Brothers and Big Sisters National Commendation Award, and several group photos with unidentified individuals. Additionally, there is professional correspondence related to university matters, alumni associations and events, and the establishment of the Alumni House in Champlain College. There is also personal correspondence between alumni associations, colleagues, and friends, including thank-you cards, e-mails, greeting cards, and event invitations.

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    Items were donated to the Trent University Archives by Tony Storey in Fall 2022.


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        Folder: 22-007/001(17) is restricted until January 1, 2047. All other records are open.

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