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Gary DiCamillo ’73 Awarded RAA’s Highest Honor
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* Gary DiCamillo ’73 Awarded RAA’s Highest Honor
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* Gary DiCamillo ’73


The Rensselaer Alumni Association presented Gary DiCamillo ’73 with its highest honor, the Distinguished Service Award, at the association’s 25th annual awards dinner, held Oct. 21, 2011, during Reunion & Homecoming Weekend.

“Rensselaer is fortunate to call Trustee Gary DiCamillo, Class of 1973, one of its own,” said President Shirley Ann Jackson, who presented the award. “He demonstrates true dedication to his alma mater by providing steady and thoughtful leadership as a trustee, and generously gives of his time to serve on committees whenever called upon.”

A Rensselaer trustee since 1996, DiCamillo served as co-chair of the Campaign Steering Committee for the successful Renaissance at Rensselaer Campaign. Among his many activities on behalf of the Institute, he has served on the Annual Fund Leadership Gift Committee, is past president of the Rensselaer Club of Baltimore, and has served as the Class of ’73
correspondent for Rensselaer magazine since 1988.

DiCamillo is currently a partner at Eaglepoint Advisors, a turnaround, restructuring, and crisis management firm. He
previously held leading positions at Radia International, Polaroid Corp., Black & Decker Corp., and Procter & Gamble Co., among others.

In his acceptance remarks, DiCamillo reflected that his growing involvement with Rensselaer always came at the invitation of other alumni who felt strongly about their association with RPI and wanted to increase participation by others.

“I encourage all of us to play a role...and invite one, two, or three others to join us,” he said in closing. “It can all start with a simple invitation.”
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