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Alumni Award Recipients

The purpose of Belmont Hill School’s Distinguished Alumni Award is to honor men who have exemplified in life those qualities that the School seeks to instill: honesty, excellence, integrity, respect, and caring for others. These qualities may be reflected in outstanding service, sacrifice, courage, hard work, or other ways by which the recipient has made a significant contribution to society. Contact the Alumni House to submit a nomination at alumni@belmonthill.org.
1962   Kingman Brewster, Jr. ’36 and Francis B. Sayre, Jr. ’32
1963   Thomas H. Hunter ’31
1964   William von E. Doering ’34
1966   William H. Claflin III ’37 and John H. Knowles ’44
1967   Edmund V. Keville ’29
1968   George Wilbor Finch Keller (honorary
1969   Henry Hixon Meyer (honorary)
1970   Richard W. Day ’34
1973   Thomas Winship ’38
1976   Edmund S. Morgan ’33
1977   Charles A. Meyer ’35
1978   Charles F. Hamilton (honorary)
1979   Thomas R. Morse, Jr. ’44
1980   H. Gardner Bradlee ’36
1981   John G. Brooks II ’29
1982   John B. Breed ’36 and Robert L. Moore ’44
1983   Henry B. Sawyer, Jr. ’32
1984   Louis B. Carr ’33
1985   William J. Cleary, Jr. ’52
1986   William L. Byrnes ’40
1987   Nelson J. Darling, Jr. ’37
1988   George B. Baldwin ’38
1989   Robert W. MacPherson ’42
1990   Robert L. Woodbury ’56
1991   Dunbar Holmes ’31
1992   Alexander H. Bill ’31
1993   John C.M. Pringle ’32
1994   M. Greely Summers ’37
1995   Hans W. Wanders ’43
1997   Robert Baldwin, Jr. ’42
1999   Thomas H. Lee ’61
2000   Richard O. Howe ’33
2001   Truman S. Casner ’51
2002   John A. Pike ’49
2004   C. Fessenden Morse III ’40
2006   David E. Kelley ’75
2007   Stephen R. Karp ’57
2009   Robert C. Repetto ’55
2010   J. Christopher Clifford (honorary)
2012   Thomas W.L. Cameron ’44
2014   Ronald M. Druker ’62
2015   Mark A. Milley ’76
2016   John G. Brooks III ’60
2017   Carl D. Dawson ’72
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Belmont Hill School educates boys in mind, body, and spirit to develop men of good character. Our community encourages and challenges students to discover and pursue passions, seek excellence, and face adversity with resilience. We cultivate critical thinking and creativity, teamwork and competition, hard work and reflection, tradition and innovation. Valuing our differences and working together, we embrace camaraderie, compassion, and service to others. Our school strives to instill in each boy ethical judgment, a sense of common humanity, and a lifelong love of learning.