2010 In Memoriam
Antonio Leaño Alvarez Del Castillo
Antonio Leaño Alvarez Del Castillo is considered a role model and mentor for many in Mexico. His lifelong work and contributions resulted in national changes in education, the workplace, and the economy.
Tom Damon was an adult education administrator in Palo Alto, California for 24 years, first as principal and later as director. His legacy, despite a threat from Proposition 13, is a thriving adult education program 14 years after his retirement.
Paul E. Huff
Paul E. Huff served more than 30 years with the Department of Defense before becoming Deputy Chief of the Education Division, Headquarters Strategic Air Command (SAC), in 1962 and then Chief in 1967. In his 15 years at SAC, he was a visionary, increasing the limited educational offerings and services of the early 1960s into multifaceted and diverse on-base, degree-granting programs.
Burton Kreitlow's long and distinguished career at the University of Wisconsin-Madison extended from 1949 until his retirement in 1981. During these years, he was also Distinguished Visiting Professor at The Ohio State University and Visiting Professor at National Taiwan, Texas A&M, Alaska Pacific, Florida State, and Washington State Universities.
L.S. "Bill" Pope
L.S. "Bill" Pope's contributions to the progress of continuing education span a half-century. He is an outstanding educator who's creative and innovative contributions to the improvement of agricultural education and leadership development have been recognized worldwide.
Noel Ralston taught and conducted research at the University of Missouri (1937-1939), Cornell University (1939-1943), and the University of California at Davis (1942-1949) before becoming Associate Professor in Michigan State University's Dairy Department in 1949.