Betty (Mullen) Brey

Betty Mullen Brey as the first world record holder in the 100 yard butterfly stroke in 1955, and the100 meter butterfly stroke in 1956.

In the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne, Australia, she was a member of hte silver medal 400 meter freestyle relay team. She also won medals in the Pan American Games in Mexico and Argentina.
 
Mrs. Brey was a physical therapist and First Lieutenant in the Women's Specialist Medical Crops at Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington, DC, where she worked with rehabilitatino for Army veteran amputees.
 
She was also a professor and swim team coach at George Washington University.
 
Mrs. Brey has won numerous other awards. A statue honoring her accomplishments was dedicated in the Weissport Park in September, 2017.