2004 Recipients

Robert Bonds ’71
Bonds served as vice president of the Yale Club of Hong Kong for 25 years and is responsible for creating and sustaining an exemplary program for Yale alumni in the Far East. He was also instrumental in coordinating an extraordinary Yale Tercentennial Celebration in Asia.

Mark R. Dollhopf ’77
Dollhopf has been responsible for conceiving and developing the Yale Alumni Chorus, which has toured China, Russia, Great Britain and South America, including performances broadcast from the Kremlin, Tiananmen Square and St. Paul's Cathedral in London. He has, through his daring and imagination, energized hundreds of alumni to become international ambassadors of song for Yale.

Christopher A. Forster ’54
Forster '54 has served his class as secretary, treasurer, Class Council member, 40th and 45th Reunion co-chair and as an active leader of his Class Reunion Gift Committees. His dedication extends beyond his class to many areas of the University, particularly athletics, as well as the Yale Club of New York City.

The Rev. Richard Mather Mapes ’49, ’52 DIV
The Reverend Mapes has been an exemplary volunteer at Yale for over five decades. He has served as 50th Reunion Chair for the Class of 1949, class secretary, Class of 1949 agent for the Alumni Fund, AYA delegate, president of the Yale Club of the Southwest, and board member for the Yale Club of New Haven.

David W. Wallace ’48E
Wallace is a Sterling Fellow, a member of the Yale Development Board and the Executive Committee of the Class of 1948. His devotion to education at Yale has led him to endow three professorships at the Yale Medical School, and to anchor the restoration and renovation of Branford College. He has also been generous with his time and involvement with his Class and the Yale Club of Greenwich.

 

 

 

 

 

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