Virginia "Ginger" Warwick Judge '51 is the retired CEO of Honeycomb Company of America, Inc. in Sarasota, Florida, a manufacturer of replacement military parts for the Defense Logistics Agency of Richmond, Virginia. Prior to her retirement, she had been actively involved with the company since 1964, serving as office administrator, and senior vice president. Upon the death of her husband, Dan, in February 2005, she became president and CEO.
Ginger has shared in the Endicott story for more than 65 years as a student, alumna, volunteer and trustee. She graduated from Endicott in 1951 and joined the Board of Trustees in 1986 and is one of its longest serving members. An active volunteer and community leader, she was named Honorary Commander at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida. She is a long-time volunteer leader with Easter Seals. She has worked with the Southern Manatee Fire Commission, the Suncoast Workforce Development Board, the Children’s Guardian Fund Board and many other groups and organizations. In 2011 she received an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Endicott College.
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- The challenge is valid for all undergraduate and graduate program alumni of Endicott College.
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