Norman T. Woodberry

Norman T. Woodberry ’39, of Stamford, Conn.; Aug. 16. He worked for American Cyanamid from 1939 until he retired in 1983. He served the First Congregational Church in Stamford as deacon, chairman of the prudential council, and church school superintendent. A past president of the Council of Churches and Synagogues, he received its 50th anniversary award in 1988. He had also been chair of Friendship House and a member of the Stamford Caregivers. A founding member of the Stamford Forum for World Affairs, he was vice chairman from 1953 until 1987. He served on many boards and was named citizen of the year by the Jewish War Veterans Post No. 142 in 1988. He was a leader of Amnesty International Group 13 and treasurer and chairman of Pilgrim Tower. A member of the Stamford Rotary Club, he received its Paul Harris Award in 1990. He was also an incorporator of the Stamford Savings Bank, president of the Greenwich Men’s Garden Club, and a member of the American Chemical Society, the American Institute of Chemists, and the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry. He is survived by a daughter, a son, a brother, and four grandchildren.

Brown Alumni Magazine, February, 2002