volunteered on various Board of Regents committees and campaigns. The pair received the Charles Frederick Allison Award in 2004, recognizing outstanding contributions to Mount Allison. Sue also received the Board Service Medal in 2000, while Bob received an honorary degree for his achievements in 2006. “That was one of my favourite Mount A moments,“ says Sue, “... walking in the Convocation parade from Trueman House to Convocation Hall and receiving my service award from then-Chancellor Jim Keith.” The Winsors recently gave back once again, with a gift of $1.5 million in support of a historical and cultural centre on campus — Hammond House. “We felt Hammond House was an important project to support,” says Bob. “It is helping to preserve history on campus and has lasting value. We’re pleased to see it become a lively part of campus again as the President’s home.” “Bob and I wanted to see an elegant venue like Hammond House on campus,” continues Sue. “The President’s house is a busy intellectual and social venue at a school like Mount Allison.” Hammond House, formerly known as Black House, holds a special place in the University’s history, as Sackville’s only registered National Historic Site and the former residence of famed painter and first Mount Allison Fine Arts department head, John Hammond. With renovations completed in 2013, Hammond House welcomes students, faculty, staff, alumni, authors, artists, athletes, and dignitaries through its doors. University President Dr. Robert Campbell and his family host, on average, about 60 public events annually in this warm and personal environment. The venue includes a beautiful double parlour, now known as the Winsor Lounge in recognition of Bob and Sue’s gift. Hammond House is once again the official residence of the University President following renovations and restoration, completed in the fall of 2013. Robert and Sue Winsor (’60) on the steps of Hammond House on the Mount Allison campus. The Winsors donated the funds that made the restoration of Hammond House possible. 23