Scott L. Rullmann, a 1981 graduate of Bladensburg Senior High, recently received scouting's highest honor, the Eagle Award. For his Eagle project, carried out in cooperation with the Red Cross, Rullmann led other scouts in gathering and preparing gifts for Christmas stockings for residents of St. Elizabeth's Hospital. Rullmann, now assistant scoutmaster of Troop 206 at Bladensburg's Central Baptist Church, is the son of Myron Rullmann Jr.
Karen J. Lumb, former supervisor of school health nursing for the Prince George's County Health Department, has been appointed vice president for patient care at Leland Memorial Hospital in Riverdale. Lumb will supervise the nursing staff, as well as programs in patient education, nurse recruitment and nursing education. She is a 1971 graduate of Columbia Union College in Takoma Park.
Twenty academically top ranking minority students have been awarded Benjamin Banneker scholarships at the University of Maryland at College Park. Designed to attract top minority students to the college, the four-year scholarships memorialize Banneker, the Maryland mathematician, astronomer and architect who helped design the nation's capital.
Selected on the basis of high school performance, academic excellence and Scholastic Aptitude Test scores were Patricia Banks of Landover; Barbara Bishop of Palmer Park; Rene Bowser of Hertford, N.C.; Adrienne Brown of Silver Spring; James Bryan of Baltimore; Brandi Chaffin of Baltimore; Wiley Crumlin of Hyattsville; Manisha Dhuria of Beltsville; Delores Dobson of Hillcrest Heights; Debra Eaton of Suitland; Carl Grant Jr. of Rockville; Marie Henderson of Upper Marlboro; Ellen Lake of Cambridge, Mass.; Douglas Myrick of Severn; Donna Smith of Philadelphia, Pa.; David Steele of Mount Vernon, N.Y.; Archana Surana of Silver Spring; Bryan Tweedy of Lanham; Karen Watkins of District Heights; and Douglas Wiggins Jr. of Severn.
David Jenkins of Mitchellville has been given one of Maryland's top 4-H honors, the Wilson Service Award, for his many years of volunteer service to the 4-H program at the state and county levels. Jenkins has served as vice president of the Maryland 4-H Foundation and has been president of the Patuxent River 4-H Foundation Inc. since 1968.
Also honored was Bonnie Dunn of Harwood. She was one of five adults to receive the State Friend of 4-H Award. She is leader of the statewide Maryland 4-H All Stars and president of the Prince George's County 4-H Leaders Association.
Two 4-H members, Carol Fulton of College Park and Rosemary Koppers of Seat Pleasant, received 4-H Clover Awards, presented to members who have demonstrated leadership, achievement and citizenship.
Rudolph V. McComb Jr. is one of 10 men who have been selected to receive Outstanding Young Men of America Awards for 1981 from the U.S. Jaycees. A graduate of Suitland High School and the University of Maryland at College Park, McComb is now a second-year podiatric medical student at Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio.
Thomas L. Foley of Oxon Hill and Hazel M. Lieb of Beltsville recently were installed as commander and president, respectively, of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and its Ladies Auxiliary for the District of Columbia for 1981-82. They will serve as national representatives for the 19 VFW posts and nine auxiliaries in the District.
Retired Air Force Col. James F. Clark Jr. of Oxon Hill recently took over as head of the retiree office at Andrews Air Force Base. Clark was in the Air Force 30 years.