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PULTENEY STREET SURVEY - Spring 2019

Honorary Trustee Henry A. Rosenberg Jr. '52,
L.H.D. '02

Board Chair Thomas S. Bozzuto '68, L.H.D.'18 and Rosenberg

Rosenberg '52 Receives Trustee Community Service Award

Event host Elizabeth Bennett Blue '78, Rosenberg,
Dorothy L. Rosenberg and Richard F. Blue

Event host Elizabeth Bennett Blue '78,
Rosenberg, Dorothy L. Rosenberg and
Richard F. Blue

At a New Year's gathering for HWS alums and parents in Baltimore, Md., Honorary Trustee Henry A. Rosenberg Jr. '52, L.H.D. '02 was presented with the Trustee Community Service Award in recognition of his extraordinary and sustained volunteer commitments to his hometown of Baltimore as well as the Colleges.

"Henry Rosenberg has embedded himself within the fabric of every community to which he belongs, changing it for the better," said Board Chair Thomas S. Bozzuto '68, L.H.D. '18 at the award presentation, citing an extensive list of educational opportunities, research advances and cultural programing that Rosenberg has supported though the Henry and Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Foundation.

vent host Elizabeth Bennett Blue '78, Rosenberg,
Dorothy L. Rosenberg and Richard F. Blue

Sally E. Howe '67 and
Sandra McGuire.

In addition to serving as an HWS Trustee for more than two decades, Rosenberg has held leadership positions at Johns Hopkins Health System, Loyola University Maryland, the National Aquarium, the Greater Baltimore Committee, the YMCA of the Greater Baltimore area, Boy Scouts of America, the United Way of Central Maryland and the Lacrosse Foundation.

His impact on the HWS campus is significant. "Rosenberg Hall is a permanent reminder of Henry's generosity and commitment," said Bozzuto, of the science facility constructed in 1994 that houses the departments of biology and chemistry.

At Hobart, Rosenberg graduated with a degree in economics. The two-time All-American was captain of the lacrosse team his senior year and a member of Phi Phi Delta, the Temple Club and the Orange Key Society. He was inducted into the Hobart College Athletic Hall of Fame in 1993.

Honorary Trustee Henry A. Rosenberg Jr. '52,
L.H.D. '02

Mark Pearson, Daisy Guevara Pearson '13 and Lisa V. Vaamonde '78.

After serving in the U.S. Army after graduation, Rosenberg joined his family's company at its Houston refinery in 1954. In more than 50 years at Crown Central Petroleum Corporation, he served as chairman of the board, CEO and president. He was inducted into the Maryland Business and Civic Hall of Fame in 2002.

An inaugural member of the HWS Seneca Society, he was awarded an honorary degree in 2002 and presented with the President's Medal in 2010.

Established in 2009, the Hobart and William Smith Trustee Community Service Award honors and celebrates alumni, alumnae, parents and friends of the Colleges who lead lives of consequence.

Honorary Trustee Henry A. Rosenberg Jr. '52,
L.H.D. '02

Barbara Bozzuto and Rosenberg

 

Preparing Students to Lead Lives of Consequence.