Brumley Bridge

Campus: Druid Hills in Atlanta

Namesake: George W. Brumley Jr.

Date: Construction in 2013

Purpose: Pedestrian walkway

The Brumley Bridge spans Haygood Drive to serve the Health Sciences Research Building. It is named for George W. Brumley Jr., chair of the School of Medicine's Department of Pediatrics and a recipient of the Thomas Jefferson Award for service to the university.

Brumley and his family established the Zeist Foundation in 1989 to support children's medical clinics, hospice care, juvenile justice programs, and other philanthropies. He, his wife Jean, and 10 other members of their family died in a plane crash on Mount Kenya in 2003.