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Dr. Bob Hunt receives Distinguished Service Award from American Water Resources Assn.

Published May 3, 2007
MEMPHIS, Tenn., May 3, 2007 – Dr. Bob Hunt, a civil engineer in the Memphis District, U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers, received the 2007 Distinguished Service Award for Water Resources in Tennessee from the American Water Resources Association April 18 at a ceremony in Nashville.

In the award nomination, Dr. Hunt was described as having made significant contributions to his
profession and for promoting a better understanding of water resources, the geology of Tennessee,
stream characteristics, the design of flow structures and land conservation. He was also recognized for
working to solve problems holistically for the benefit of all.

Further, the nomination explained that he has the gift of communicating complex scientific materials
by making them understandable to elementary school children, farmers and special interest groups.

A resident of Covington, Tenn., Dr. Hunt also teaches classes at The University of Memphis.
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