Awards and Recognition
Alumni Achiever's Award
To recognize those outstanding alumni of Kimball Union
who have distinguished themselves in their chosen fields.
 
Recipients:
1984
W. James Hamlin '15 - Founder, Orange Julius Corp.
Edward C. Hallock '34 - CEO, Construction Specialties
Robert B. Kent '39 - Lawyer, Teacher
Hugh Cullman '42 - Vice Chairman, Philip Morris, Inc.
David L. Coffin '44 - Chairman and CEO, Dexter Corp.
Warren R. Guild, M.D. '44 - Physician
1985
Mary D. Burr '14 - Nurse, Teacher
Langdon Hockmeyer '39 - CEO, Vertipile
James A. Nassikas '45 - Hotelier
Kisuk Cheung '49 - Chief Engineer, US Corps of Engineers
Frederick B. Whittemore '49 - Managing Dir., Morgan Stanley & Company
F. Lee Bailey '50 - Lawyer, author
1986
Dr. Ernest Everett Just '03 - Marine Biologist, teacher, presented posthumously
Frederick H. Hermann '42 - Astronaut
1987
Mary Jane Hawes Wilmarth 1856 - Suffragette, social activist, presented posthumously
Norman F. Carver, Jr. '45 - Architectural Designer, Author
Robert J. Shaw '51 - Prof. Baseball Player, coach and manager
1988
William Jewett Tucker 1857 - Theologian, Paster, Lecturer, President Dartmouth
            College 1893-1909, Founder South 1891, presented posthumously
Charles Ransom Miller 1867 - Founder New York Times Company,
            President New York Times Publishing Company, presented posthumously
Richard W. Withington '37 - Auctioneer
Roger C. Brown '53 - Film Maker
1991
Thomas S. Brown 1899 - Physician, Teacher of Anatomy, presented posthumously
Charles F. Doe '45 -  Food Service, Restauranteur
1992
Bertha Martin Woodward '32 - Research Assistant   
Charles P. Puksta '42 - Research Engineer and Political Career
1993
Ralph D. Hough '62 - Political Career - NH State Senate President
1994
Charles Alden Tracy 1893 - Educator, former KUA Headmaster, presented posthumously
Henry W. Parker '41 - Civil Engineer Practitioner, Teacher
1995
Roland F. Pease '40 - Author, Reporter
1996
Edwin C. Rockwell, Jr. '41, park guide, environmentalist
1997
Daniel K. Poling '27, minister
Ken Hakuta '67, inventor, entrepreneur
1998
Stanford B. Vincent '53, education consultant, musician
1999
David Dean '49, minister
2000
Chester J. Robertson '50, Wildlife Conservationist, Raptor Preservation
David R. Marvin '65, Agriculture, Maple Syrup Production, Forestry
2001
Philip W. Porter '46, college professor, author
Norman J. Turcotte '61, grocery industry
2002
Meredith Judy Liben ‘77, teacher, founder of Family Academy
Kent McCray ’47, movie and television producer
2003
Benjamin Atencio ’73, teacher, superintendent for education for the Southern Pueblos Indian Education Programs
2004
Eugene Cenci ’59, hotel owner/entrepreneur
2005
J. C. Boggs III ’80, lawyer
2006
John W. Kluge ’66, teacher
2007
Curtis F. Brockleman ’57, investor
2008
Jeffrey P. Cutts ’73, financial manager
2010 
Major David Alexander ’96 
2011
Laura B. Trust '85
2012
Earl Devaney '66
2013
Jennifer Kurth Borislow ’78
Donald Lowery ’73
2014
Jim Gray ’66, financial executive
2015
Sherman "Whip" Saltmarsh '49, State Representative, MA House of Representatives
Phil Morse '60, Vice Chairman, Boston Red Sox
2016

John Loud '86
Andy Wheating '06
2017
Tom Easton ’62 - Retired FBI Agent and Commercial Pilot


 

  

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