Frances Morton Froelicher Civic Statesmanship 2015 Award

About the Award

This award is named in honor of Frances Morton Froelicher, CPHA’s first executive director, who served for more than 25 years, from 1941 to 1969.  It is given to an individual who exemplifies Frances’ spirit and leadership and demonstrates outstanding commitment to and achievement in improving the quality of life for all Baltimoreans, particularly in community development, affordable housing, improved public education, and/or greater racial harmony.

Past Winners of the Frances Morton Froelicher Civic Statesmanship Award

1965…..William Donald Schaefer
1966…..Edgar M. Ewing
1970…..Movement Against Destruction
1971…..Dr. Homer A. Favor
1972…..Rev. Vernon M. Dobson
1973…..Mary Pat Clarke
1974…..John H. Michener
………..The Waxter Center
1975…..Robert S. Hillman
1976…..Walter Sondheim
1977…..Robert C. Embry, Jr.
1978…..Dickens Warfield
1979…..Georgine Edgerton
1980…..Baltimore City Fair
1981…..Robert Hecht
1982…..Ruth Kirk
1983…..Edward M. Kane
1984…..George B. Hess, Jr.
1985…..M.J. Brodie
1986…..Robert Orem
1987…..St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center
1988…..Judge Robert M. Bell
………..Neighborhood Design Center (NDC)
1989…..Richard O. Berndt
1990…..Sally Michel
1991…..Carolyn Boitnott
………..Bethel AME Smith Outreach Center
1992…..Tru Ginsburg
1993…..Herbert J. Belgrad
1994…..Anne Blumenberg
1995…..Boyd Booth Concerned Citizens
1996…..Ralph E. Moore, Jr.
1997…..Charlotte Marshall Perry
1998…..Susan Tibbles
1999…..Bill Struever
2000…..Carol Gilbert
2001…..Ruth Wolf Rehfeld
2002…..Israel Cason
………..Ed Rutkowski
2003…..Ann Perkins
………..Cleoda R. Walker
2004…..Ella White Campbell
………..Sr. Barbara Ann English
2005…..Michael Mazepink
2006…..Herbert Davis
2007…..Eric Siegel
2008…..Val Ukwuoma
2009…..Ellen Janes
2010…..Anne Clewell
2011…..Bernard “Jack” Young
2012…..Betsy Nelson and Laurence Campbell
2013…..Helene Perry
2014…..Jan Houbolt
2015…..Kevin Baynes