Honors in Full
This year's Harvard Alumni Association Award winners were publicly recognized on October 28, at the fall meeting of HAA directors. The following...
This year's Harvard Alumni Association Award winners were publicly recognized on October 28, at the fall meeting of HAA directors. The following citations were read to thank the honorees for their outstanding contributions as volunteers.
Richard H. Harris '37. Loyal leader of the Harvard Clubs of Akron and Cleveland, you have faithfully fostered the ongoing fellowship of Harvard alumni in Ohio, always seeking to make Harvard stronger.
Sheridan A. Logan '23. Time-honored treasurer of the class of 1923, you have crossed the wide Missouri to serve Harvard with distinction, as treasurer of the Harvard Club of New York, director of the Harvard Alumni Association, and as cochairman of your 75th Harvard College reunion.
William E. Markus '60. Whether in Pittsburgh or Cambridge, you can be found cheering for Harvard, taking on any assignment for your College, class, and club with energy, enthusiasm, and ability.
Glen D. Nelson '59. Respected businessman, physician, and Harvard leader in Minnesota, you have welcomed alumni, students, and parents under the Harvard tent, making Harvard's family your own.
Ellen G. Reeves '83, Ed.M. '86. First woman president of the Association of Harvard College Class Secretaries, HAA elected director, and member of the RCAA board of management, you have uniquely combined service to Harvard and Radcliffe with commitment, intelligence, and excellence.
James R. Ullyot '62, M.B.A. '66. Devoted leader of your class, club, and the HAA communications committee, you have been our fearless guide through technological gateways, ushering the HAA "from the age that is past to the age that is waiting before."
Next day, the Harvard University Band was honored during its eightieth-birthday celebration concert with a special HAA award and citation: With crimson in triumph flashing, you have led athletes, alumni, and students on the field and off, reviving our school spirits with youthful vigor, musicality, and humor.
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