Kudos David E. Horn retired from the John J. Burns Library at Boston College. Horn graduated from St. Anselm’s College in New Hampshire in 1959, received an MA in history from Boston University and an MLS from the School of Librarianship at the University of Oregon in Eugene. Since 1962, he has served as archivist, librarian, manuscripts curator, and records manager at Newman Preparatory School in Boston, Montana State University in Bozeman, DePauw University and the Archives of the United Methodist Church of Indiana in Greencastle, The Faxon Company, Boston Edison Company (now Eversource), and Boston College. Horn has been a member of SAA since 1970, serving on or chairing committees on terminology, women in the archival profession, writing a code of ethics, nominations, and the program for an annual meeting. He taught SAA’s Introduction to Archives workshop for twenty years. He has also been active in the Society of Indiana archivists, the New England Archivists, and the Boston chapter of ARMA. In Memoriam Carol Ann Chapman Mathias passed away January 16, 2017. Chapman Mathias obtained a BA and MA in American History and MLIS from the University of Oklahoma. From 1990 to 2010, she served as archivist and head of Special Collections and then as library director and associate professor of Ellender Memorial Library at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana. She was a past president of the Louisiana Archives and Manuscripts Association and the Society of Southwest Archivists, she served on multiple committees in the American Library Association and was the recipient of its Distinguished Service Award, and she was active in the Lafourche Heritage Society and SAA. Meyer H. Fishbein, an SAA Fellow and Honorary Member, passed away on January 31, 2017. Born in 1916 in New York City, Fishbein served in the US Army Corps of Engineers during WWII. A graduate of American University, he worked at the National Archives for more than 30 years, contributing greatly to a machine-readable records program and eventually becoming director of the Military Archives. Fishbein organized The National Archives and Statistical Research conference in 1968, contributed to The American Archivist, chaired the Records Committee within the International Council on Archives, and chaired the US Archivists Association. In 2011, the National Archives Assembly interviewed Meyer for its Legacy Project.
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