PrecepTauMollyPresident Shelley Topmiller presents Molly with her 50-year certificate.PRECEPTOR TAU CHAPTER HONORS MOLLY HEALY

At its annual Founder's Day celebration, members of Preceptor Tau Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi conferred the Golden Ritual on Molly Healy.

The event was held at the Little Toad and included dinner and the traditional program.

In her 50 years of membership, Molly has spent 49 years as an active member in various Grant County chapters.  She has served in many offices and committees, and is always available to assist in the many social, service and fundraising projects.

Molly is a native of Rochester, NY.  After moves within the state of New York and college in Pennsylvania, she arrived in Arizona where she met her husband Steve.  Following a few family moves within Arizona and New Mexico, she eventually arrived in Silver City.

She received a B.S. in Education from Northern Arizona University, and has been a volunteer at Gila Regional Medical Center, the Silver City Museum and the Chamber of Commerce.  With her late husband Steve she enjoyed traveling to Mexico, Canada and several countries in Europe.  She enjoys gardening, reading, knitting and sewing.  Her biggest interests are her her children Kasey, Kristy, Becca and Tom, her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

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