105-Year-Old Alumna Eleanor Trimble Inducted into Golden Circle

By August 12, 2019Alumni
Eleanor B. Trimble ’36 (left) wears her Golden Circle medallion, along with fellow member Mary Ellen Leftwich ’39, at a celebration of the former at Providence Assisted Living in Cleveland, where they both live.

Eleanor B. Trimble, class of 1936, was recently inducted into Delta State University National Alumni Association’s Golden Circle, which celebrates graduates of 50 or more years from Delta State. One-hundred-five years old, she earned a general science degree from the College of Arts and Sciences and resides at Providence Assisted Living in Cleveland.

“As president of the Golden Circle it was my privilege and pleasure to induct Mrs. Trimble,” said Dr. Johnny Arnold ’58 Golden Circle president. “Trimble was then presented the Golden Circle medallion, which she proudly wears.”

Also at the July 24, 2019, event: fellow resident Mary Ellen Leftwich, class of 1939 and an elementary education major. She has attended every DSU Homecoming except one.

Dr. Johnny Arnold ’58 Golden Circle president, congratulates Trimble (center right) as Leftwich observes.

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