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Pat Murdock — dubbed San Marcos’ “citizen extraordinaire” — was honored recently by Mayor Daniel Guerrero and friends from the many civic organizations to which she contributes as a volunteer and mentor. 

Murdock worked for 50 years at Texas State University, many of those as the university’s News and Information Service director. She is renowned for her contributions to local veterans, the Veterans Affairs Advisory Committee, the American Legion Auxiliary, the LBJ Museum of San Marcos, League of Women Voters, San Marcos Convention & Visitor Bureau, Friends of the Cemetery, the 2001 Sesquicentennial, and the annual July 4 SummerFest Celebration, to name a few. Pictured left to right, (front) are Guerrero, Murdock, Renae Hill, and Teresa Schwartz, (back) John McCrocklin, Melissa Millecam, Jennifer Mach, Lisa Morris, Ted Breihan, Tom Tvrdick, Dianne Wassenich, Scott Gregson, Peggy Townes, Elizabeth Delgado, Sherwood Bishop, Red Jureka, Carolyn Goss, and Ralph Garcia. PHOTO by DON ANDERS

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