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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

NATTIER AND COLEY RECOGNIZED BY SIGMA PI KAPPA

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo., April 19, 2002 - Sigma Pi Kappa, the historic preservation honor society at Southeast Missouri State University, formally recognized Eldon Nattier and James Coley April 18 for their commitment to excellence in historic preservation.

Nattier and Coley rehabilitated a home built between 1908-1910 and opened it as the Rose Bed Inn, taking careful steps to preserve and restore the original historic fabric of the building.

The award was presented at 5:30 p.m. at the Rose Bed Inn located at 611 South Sprigg Street in Cape Girardeau.

The Sigma Pi Kappa chapter at Southeast Missouri State awards this recognition annually. Previous recipients are: Melinda and Cary Winchester for the creative rehabilitation of a schoolhouse; Steven and Emily Mellie for their work on the Pott House; and the Sigma Nu fraternity in conjunction with the University's Facilities Management office for its work on the Shivelbine House.

The international society of Sigma Pi Kappa promotes, recognizes and rewards superior achievement in academia and in the actual practice of historic preservation. It honors historic preservation students and faculty, along with distinguished professionals.

 

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