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Victor P. Bowles had been with the University for 30 years and had served under three chancellors. He was cited for his knowledge, industry and wisdom.

“He had been trusted in the budgetary wars,” the citation read, “and had proved himself a devoted, effective and wily advocate of institutional funding needs…he plays a central role year after year in the planning at the heart of the educational enterprise.”

The citation called Bowles a selfless public servant who had guided many University programs in his role as budget officer.

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