Distinguished Service Medallion 1999

PARK LIVINGSTON

Mr. Livingston's association with the University of Illinois spanned 70 years during which he was an undergraduate student leader, a staff member, a trustee, a graduate student, and a constant advocate. He was awarded the Medallion in memoriam at the September 1, 1999, meeting of the Board of Trustees.

 

Board of Trustees Minutes
September 2, 1999

AWARD TRUSTEES' DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDALLION
TO PARK LIVINGSTON, IN MEMORIAM

At its meeting July 8, 1999, the board passed a resolution honoring Park Livingston, a member of the board for 24 years. Mr. Livingston died on June 4, 1999.

It is now recommended that the Trustees' Distinguished Service Medallion be awarded to Mr. Livingston, in memoriam. The Trustees' Distinguished Service Medallion was created to recognize individuals whose contribution to the growth and development of the University of Illinois, through extraordinary service or benefaction, has been of unusual significance.

Mr. Livingston's association with the University spanned 70 years during which he was an undergraduate student leader, a staff member, a trustee, a graduate student, and a constant advocate.

Mr. Livingston has been recognized through the years for his contributions to the University. Among these honors are:  the Distinguished Service Award from the University of Illinois Alumni Association; the development of the Park Livingston Health Walk at the Chicago campus; and special recognition at the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Navy Pier branch of the University.

On motion of Mrs. Gravenhorst, this recommendation was approved.