Hodges University has announced the recognition of Courtney Murray, Director of Patient Registration and Business Services at Lee Memorial Hospital, as its 2012 Founders Award winner. The honor is presented annually to a Hodges University graduate from Lee County who has provided outstanding and distinguished service to our community. The award will be presented at the 3rd
annual Hodges University Luminary Awards luncheon on March 29, honoring longtime Fort Myers residents T. Wayne and Mavis Miller.
Murray received a Bachelor of Science in Management degree from Hodges University in 2010, and will graduate Magna Cum Laude with his Master’s degree in June.
“I use the skills I learned from Hodges University every day,” said Murray. “The day I made the decision to enroll at Hodges University was the best investment that I have ever made. There is a certain level of confidence that a person feels after obtaining a college degree, and it’s a great feeling. I am honored to be recognized by an institution that has done so much for me.”
Courtney Murray relocated to the Southwestern region of Florida from Bronx, New York, in 1979. He accepted a position at Lee Memorial Hospital in 1981, where he has held various administrative and leadership roles, and is currently the Director of Patient Registration and Business Services.
He is supported by his wife and two children, and will be honored during the Hodges University Luminary Award luncheon on March 29 at 11am at the Sanibel Harbour Marriott Resort and Spa. For ticket information, phone (239) 938-7826.